One day, when I was a little girl, my mother was putting curls in my hair. She took the curlers out of my hair and I began crying. Not just like small tears. But full on five-year old gushing tears. After that day my Mom never curled my hair again. I think she was traumatized
These “Life Lessons” were taken from Rachel’s book, Girl, Wash Your Face. If you like this list and you love to laugh then you can’t go wrong with her book. You can find it here in on audible, kindle, or old school book on Amazon! Rachel Hollis‘s 45 Life Lessons from Girl, Wash Your Face
I’ve had many dreams over the years. When I was 7 years old, I had the dream of being on Annie. I tried out and didn’t get the part. But I got up on stage and belted as best I could. At the time I was terrible at singing and had never taken a dance
I completely get it. You’re tired. You’re burnt out. You’re doing your best. We get pulled in so many different directions. We give at work. We give at home. We’re under appreciated and overworked. So what’s a girl to do? I’m sure that there are dreams you have that you haven’t reached yet. Even if
To some, a book a week, seems like an audacious goal. I’ve even mentioned it to some leaders and to them it seems like “too much”. “How about a book a month? Or maybe even a book every two weeks?” These are some responds I have gotten back. I’ve even let the thought creep in,
It’s like a mirage in a desert. You’re thirsty. You crave a drink of water. You see something in the distance. Sweat pouring down your face, you lift your feet like brick through the sand. But when you get there, it’s only a mirage. That’s the way many feel with money and investing it. But
This week’s book of the week is Amanda Steingberg’s Worth It. Every week we read a new book to further grow as individuals and as leaders. Even though this book is written for women, men too can find plenty of gems in this book. Of course I always offer an alternative book for men if
This week’s book of the week is Worth It by Amanda Steinberg. When I’m sitting still and reading or blogging, my cats love cuddling up in my lap. The inability to sit still for too long was either inherited from my mother or came about from years of being a nurse. Which one, I’m unsure.