Tag: women

April’s Stunningly Strong Woman: Val

I met Val in May of 1997 and I knew we would be fast friends, not just because she was my future sister-in-law, but because her sharp whit and sarcastic humor was my love language. At first impression you might think that she was maybe stand-offish but really she was

I Need To Apologize

I need to apologize to everyone of my beautifully strong and amazing women friends that have their own businesses, blogs, movements, groups, non-profits, churches, conferences, and anything else that helps, heals, and speaks to other women; because I struggle with comparison. I compare my DOING with your DOING. When I

Podcast GUEST

Earlier this week, my dear friend Sarah, creator of the Say it, Sarah! Podcast released the podcast where I was her guest. The link is below if you want to take a listen but what I REALLY encourage you to listen to is the episode WHO ARE YOU RALLYING AROUND?

The Proof of Desire is in the Pursuit

I belong to a Facebook group that’s for working moms. It has over 9,000 members from the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe. While mostly liberal in their thinking, they do have some killer recipes exchanges that happen and I do enjoy reading how moms all over the world hold it

March 2019 Stunningly Strong Woman: Tara Alston

T R I G G E R• W A R N I NG March’s Stunningly Strong Story is one that is full of violence but also redemption and I want my readers to be fully aware of this. If you have suffered violence, physical, sexual, or emotional I urge you

International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day to all the first responders and military women that grace the earth. The ones who are first on the scene of a tragedy, the ones who run to the problem and the danger. The women who put others freedoms and lives ahead of their own. The

I’ll Have the Love with a Side of Grace

Valentines Day. Love it or hate it, it comes every February 14th and the stores are decked out in hearts, candy, cheesy stuffed animals and cards. In fact, on February 13th you can stroll the aisle of any major retailer and see guys with panicked faces trying to find that

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