Choose your seeds (actions) wisely. Plant seeds that will create a harvest that will enhance life. Create a harvest people anticipate ingesting. Create a harvest that will leave people wanting to learn about the cultivation process. Plant wisely.
Two weeks ago, I started and completed the Saturday Spotlight that was scheduled for last Saturday. Unfortunately, last Saturday morning I woke up and decided to make an alteration and unfortunately deleted the entire post. I'd planned to rewrite the post and just post i later that day, but a friend popped up and surprised … Continue reading Disclaimer: Women’s History Month
Spread positivity - It's contagious!
Disclaimer: This post may include alarming, disturbing, or triggering information. Please proceed with caution. Hey y'all hey! I've been thinking on this post for weeks and couldn't decide how I wanted to acknowledge this day or what angle to present from; so you're getting it raw. Straight from my heart and mind. A few weeks … Continue reading International Social Work Day
Let your sparkle Shine Brightly today!
Today, I am spotlighting Nicole Bulla, affectionately known as Nikki. Nikki is 28 years old. She's an active member of Body of One Ministries Church in Orlando, FL. In 2019, she "left Case Management at Morgan & Morgan to honor God and became a House Mom at House of Hope until this past January." House … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Woman of Faith
Ladies, I want to introduce you to a gem who doesn't mind sharing her African American hair tips with the world. Before I introduce can we have a real conversation about hair? Our hair is one factor of ourselves that holds high regard for how a lot of us feel. Some of us didn't grow … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Naturlista
March is Women’s History Month. Perhaps, you already knew that fact. Google states we celebrate women’s history was established to acknowledge and set aside a time to “reflect the often-overlooked contributions of women to the United States history.” Have you ever had a message you wanted to present but were confused about how to deliver … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Introductory