Welcome to the 2021!
I have lived a historical 2020 and survived. Personally, I am counting my blessings, holding my family and friends closer and appreciating even more the simple things in life. Each of us has many things to
be thankful for.
I always chose ...
As we navigate through life, fulfilling our purpose, inevitably we will experience some form of grief and loss. Here are a few ways we experience grief: the loss of a loved one, losing a close friend, terminated from a job, moving to another state, divorce, and so many other life impacting things may occur.
Grief can hit you so hard that it literally feels like your world has stopped and you have no reason to hope again. In most cases,
As May arrives so does the new way of life. We are still sheltering at home for at least part of May and hopefully have learned something new about ourselves and families. For me, I have realized ...
Never in a million years did I expect to be experiencing a Shelter at home lifestyle. In such a short period of time our lives as mothers and working women (and fathers and men) have changed significantly.
What we once knew as "normal" will never be the same again. The new "normal" is yet to come. With this being said, now is the time, we need to pull together to support each other more than ever. Even though we cannot gather together physically, we can all support each other in other ways.
Take a few moments out of
I love what I do with my business and organization but I am also human. Sometimes walking thru life with others, I take on too much and/or I neglected my self care practices. The hashtag I use of #YouAreNotAlone means just that ... You Are NOT Alone! If I've not felt it, gone thru it or walked with another woman who has, I have someone on my team and in my life that has. My face of #depression isn't always sad because I am tired of crying. I am trying
Various members of the