Lately I have been led to share more of the transformative part of my journey, dealing with more lifestyle transformation than business transformation. Even though one does affect the other, vice versa. We’re all in a place right now in our lives where we are reevaluating a lot of the things externally that we participate in. During this time, I am always guided back to what is going on within myself. My inner knowing, all that I refuse to see or accept and even the good things that I seldom acknowledge.
This recent article from RidgeCrest Herbals discusses the many “milk” options available to consumers, Click the link below to read more.
— Read on www.rcherbals.com/rc/blog/article/103778/Articles/Alternative+Milk+Types
It’s not an easy thing to write the words in this post. Although I am confident in the potential that is has to support healing for myself and others, culture has dictated otherwise. Modern culture has masked the trauma of sexual abuse and trauma as a non disclosure for most people, especially women. While those in religious groups have been acknowledged and admonished for speaking there truths, the road for Black women survivors of Sexual trauma remains non existent. Even with the #Metoo movement of recent years, many black women young and old still do not share this pain outwardly, because of Culture and lot because of shame.(more…)
It is the time of year where my daughter is in dance. One son is playing soccer, and the other is playing basketball. I am coaching track after school. My husband has football workouts after school. Evenings are filled with dinner, homework, practice and clean-up. Weekends are filled with games, track meets, birthday parties, and…
— Read on ordinarilyextraordinarymom.com/2020/01/23/managing-time-as-a-mom-during-the-busy-season/