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With the factor of time comes life. Life is a gift and also a huge example of change. From the moment we are born, through
Remember, love is something that can be easily transferred to others, with very little effort. Love is after all, a choice.
3. Park your social media game - Along those same lines, the time for waging war on Facebook and other social media is over
As I matured, became a teenager and then a college student, I began to look around and saw a much bigger picture.
I'm pretty sure I saw smoke coming out of her ears! If I remember correctly, our conversation went something like this: It's
I applied, interviewed, accepted an offer, and went off to Pre-Service Orientation the week before starting my VISTA assignment
These two incredibly inspiring women are working to empower today's youth while suppling them with the tools and resources
We are our own answers to prayers of compassion, understanding, safety, decency and peace. We each have a responsibility to be the change that's being called forth. We can't become paralyzed.
This antiquated dichotomy of "us versus them" needs to stop. How many more lives need to be lost before we realize there are better solutions out there? How many more mothers and daughters need to cry before we stop the killing?
The baby boomer generation has witnessed technological advancements and changes as never seen in humanity's history. We have
Love took me from my comfortable and confident life in Tampa, Florida to Chicago, Illinois. I had always dreamed of living in a big city. After years of traveling to New York City for business and pleasure, I finally found myself living in a downtown iconic place.
For thousands of children in foster care, they hope your answer is "Right now!" When are you going to start? Dr. John DeGarmo
When you decide NOT to go after your dreams outside of motherhood, it absolutely comes at a cost to you. You'll miss out on the opportunity to do something just for you. You may not get the chance to feel intellectually and creatively challenged and accomplished beyond your role as a mom. You won't get to do the things outside of motherhood that light you up, the things that make you feel the very most like YOU.
Whether you are waiting to cash-out or check-in to your hotel room, standing in line at Starbucks or a business networking event ... or just passing another in the hall, being ignored and feeling invisible has become commonplace.
I can't promise you a best seller, but you'll definitely get a book written if you stick with it. 1. Do One Tiny Thing. That's
While success can encompass all of these descriptions, a major ingredient that should be included in any definition of real success is making a positive difference in the lives of others
Use the model above to consider your own life pursuit. Does the circle on the left or the one on the right best describe your current focus? How are you investing your heart, intelligence and life force?
One Sunday morning I ran into my mother's bedroom and woke her up. She was my very best friend. She sat up and intently listened
I had the gracious opportunity to sit down with Susan Crown to discuss her work with local, national and international organizations.