In case you haven't heard we are running a huge promo to celebrate our first birthday in March! Make sure you're following (social media and enter your email) so you don't miss out. Once March is over, so will this promotion. In Success Magazine's Spring 2019 issue they had a large several-page spread with one … Continue reading The Personal Side of Complaints, Apologizing and Forgiveness
PS: Want to find out which brand archetype you are? Start here! I've been with my husband since 2011. Nine years together and married almost five of those years. In the grand scheme of things that really isn't that long but it does hold a lot of weight when you're together during some of the … Continue reading Love Is Always Coming Back Home
A challenge is inevitable but defeat is optional.
In the Winter 2018 publication of Success Magazine Harris Faulkner shared her bits of wisdom on a feature page in the back. I loved everything she mentioned and hope to get my hands on her book "9 Rules of Engagement" soon! Harris shared answers to several questions but one of my favorites was her … Continue reading “My Success Is Inevitable.” And The 10 Step Action Plan To Get You There.
If you realize how lucky you are, even in a horrible circumstance, you are still alive to experience that.
And that's something to be grateful for in itself.
This one is special to me <3
In honor of college football starting up this weekend, let's celebrate my favorite place, my favorite people and some of the most beautiful places in the country.
Of course, GO STATE!
"Ask stupid questions, get stupid answers."
Or at least that's what we've been told.
Why not "Ask better questions, get better answers?"
If you're a millennial reading this you have to understand we have the most valuable thing on our side right now: TIME. Don't waste that.
"Not the cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat." The people who know there is more success in avoiding complacency than there is in good enough.
There are a few words or phrases that seem to strike a nerve in everyday speech...c'mon we've all got them... But there are a few in particular that have been standing out to me lately. I've heard them in my own speech, in my friend's words or in conversations with my family members. I see … Continue reading Four Phrases You Should Avoid