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Keep sipping on #SHETea

Wow, oh, wow! What an absolutely amazing experience we had at the 4th annual SHE Tea: Women’s Wellness Conference. As a mentor, presenter, small business owner, or sister in the space, thank you for what you deposited into this sacred experience. Now, it’s time to pour into you… Be intentional about reflecting on the relationships that were formed, smiles that were exchanged, and wisdom that was acquired. Protect your “GO Plan” in your heart’s memory, and...

Forgiveness is a favor for your FUTURE

I get it, forgiveness is hard! Many times we get mentally hooked on experiences and decisions we have had throughout our lives. Therefore, these experiences may have made us change something about ourselves, our perspective on life or our view on the things that lie ahead. These could also be decisions that we made in life that caused a negative outcome, or created a twist in our path in life that was highly unexpected. We hold...

Reframing Regrets

One night while my husband and I were still dating, we were doing that annoying thing where you ask each other all these getting to know you questions. Me being the analytical person that I am, I found this list of 100 questions that you should ask you partner, and we just partnered off down the list answering questions and learning about each others quirks and tendencies.   I love to talk and am really...

Change is good, change is God

Making any type of change can be stomach-wrenching. But change is necessary for us to progress and be successful in life. Change happens without us even noticing it sometimes, but most times we do and we overthink and overreact. Recently, my life has consisted of MANY changes, all that have made me to be a better woman, a better nurse, and a better person overall. The first change of many was moving to Georgia right...