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I’m Rewriting My 2020 Letter

2020 is literally right around the corner.  Whether you win the game or not is dependent on how well you score during this quarter.  Last year, I was asked to write a 2020 letter to myself, detailing where I wanted to see myself in the year 2020.  I just read the letter and let me…

Faith & Parenting: Back2School Episode 6

Access this episode here—–>>>>  Episode 6: Faith & Parenting: Back to School Welcome to “All about Faith” Episode 6. In this episode, we chat with Tonja Davis of T. Lyn Compositions about how we can prepare our children for a successful school by prioritizing our agenda with God.  You’ll hear how and what to pray…

Goals for the Gold

Today I was thinking about my goal-setting habits and realized that I need to refine this habit to be more productive and efficient for my short and long-term goals.  As I was thinking about goal-setting (or my lack thereof lately), I thought about the Olympics.  As much as I love sports, I’m not a fan…

It’s Time to Wake Up

Right now I’m listening to recorded webinar giving tips on how to grow a successful business online. One of my takeaways is this: it is time to stop dreaming about your passion and just do it. On the other hand, sometimes we can’t see the end because we are drowning ourselves with trying to do…

Be Still….

It’s Wednesday and last week I promised to post my reflections from The Best Yes. Well if you checked your inbox you know they never came. It’s not that I did not want to encourage you and help you reflect on ways to say NO or how to figure out ways to empty your “plate”.…

3 Vacation Money Saving Tips for Summer Travel

Vacations are fun but let’s be honest, they can be quite expensive.  Depending on where you travel and how long you will vacation there, families can spend close to $3000 including transportation, food, souvenirs, tours, and hotel.  But there’s hope.  Whether big or small, start saving money for your next vacation with these tips! Enroll…

Are You Busy? You Still Need a Budget!

“The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.” Proverbs 22:7 NKJV Anytime someone hears the word budget they automatically assume that the person is struggling financially or that they are BROKE. Not always the case.  According to a Gallup poll, only 1/3 of Americans have a household budget yet…