Carolyn Gray and I were destined to be friends. She wore pearls and a feather boa and talked of business and etiquette, while I sported wild curly hair with a 4-year-old in tow speaking on communication and marketing.
This article contains affiliate links. A book review. Anyone who puts a burnt chicken on the front cover of their book has my attention. It is a completely relatable item, burned food. I felt an immediate kindred mother spirit with Jennifer Fulwiler before I even read the first page of her book, One Beautiful… Continue reading What Does the Blue Flame Have to Do with Burnt Chicken
"I felt like if I couldn't handle not being good at something, then how could I consider myself a successful person" -- Gerald Hodges For an inspiring story of success, determination and leadership, look no further than high school student, Gerald Hodges. He is a prime example of living an unmuted life! His wisdom to… Continue reading The Unmuted Life: Gerald Hodges
This article contains affiliate links. The book in review: The Only Pirate at the Party by Lindsey Sterling and Brooke S. Passey Confession time: the primary reason I selected this book to read was because of the title. Really, how could I pass up a book titled, The Only Pirate at the Party? If you… Continue reading Book Review: “The Only Pirate at the Party” by Lindsey Sterling
She lights up a room with her energy and love for others.