Then every once in a while you meet the genuine article. A true One Upper.
I have been so fortunate to grow a business and a budding group of individuals who find my content valuable. Thank you. It is hard to express how appreciative I am for those who have subscribed to my blog. I know that I have not been posting frequently here on WordPress, but I promise that… Continue reading Growth
My newest blog post on the ACP Coaching website asks this question. It is something that people hear often, but words that are said more often when talking about strong women. Have you have ever said this about strong woman? Have you ever really given her specific reasons as to why? If not, then your… Continue reading Are you intimidating?
When we are under stress, coupled with the pressure of being fast, that's when you make the biggest blunders.
You will also gain a sense of confidence in knowing that your life habits, circumstances, and personal traits are not fixed into your being.
Stop. Enjoy the View. As a child, growing up with a single mother was not easy. We lived in an apartment complex that was considered low income (I thought it was the best place ever), but it was home. Just a few short blocks away was Sunny Side Drive, a high end neighborhood, that sat… Continue reading Taking the Scenic Route
My cart remained empty 🙂 Have you given yourself credit for those not-so-big moments and little victories? A little side note to this blog, I had this topic come to mind in the middle of training, so I stopped my workout to write down the ideas. Little did I know, how meaningful this post would… Continue reading A Total Meltdown and Little Victories
It's always easier with your friends! From An Uncertified Self-Proclaimed Diet Junky. What Are You Afraid Of? The sad truth is, that in order to begin to lose weight you need to first discover what you are afraid of. There are so many ways that people are afraid and much of their fear, sadness, depression,… Continue reading A Few Simple Keys To Weight Loss
You would think that after twenty years we would have a friendship like that. That we had both earned and built the trust needed to tell each other anything, no matter how painful. However, our friendship is not what I had thought it was, and that is okay.
The warnings were clear, the terror had been set, and the calendar finally marked the day of her thirteenth birthday. When I opened her door would she be sitting up with her head spinning in circles and green puke projectiled onto her wall?