Happy First Day of Summer!!!

 

Have any plans yet? Any vacations, planned beach trips, mountain climbing or catching some rays and dipping in the pool? Don’t forget summer cookouts, family reunions, and a big July 4th. (Who doesn’t love a good fireworks show?!)

 

Or are you like me and have absolutely no idea?
Never fear, I have inspiration for you.

 

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Hey everyone!

Hot off the press! Check out my interview with Wendy de Jong, owner of The Gratefulist. She is full of heart and passion as she helps other creatives let go of their perfectionism and embrace their perfectly imperfect selves. A woman totally after my own heart!

We all struggle with the idea of our own idea of being the best we can be and add that with what society expects and the ones we love wanting good things for us.

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Today is Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr Day, celebrating a man who fought for equality of all races (not just his own) or for all genders that we might live in a world of freedom and peace.  He was especially famous for his “I Have A Dream” speech. We celebrate him every 3rd Monday of January, while his birthday is actually January 15th.

 

 

I have A Dream

While he was persistent with his goal of a nation that was on equal terms and free from the chains of racism,

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As 2016 is ending (thank Goodness, I just can’t even!), it’s now the annual time for everyone to reflect on the good and perhaps even bittersweet moments of the year.

Let’s jump right on in!

 

I want you to take a journal that makes you happy and that you’ll want to write in and/or reflect on (or a plain notebook if that makes you happy!), some plain poster board (5 sheet pack for $1 at the Dollar Tree)  or even this beautiful Gold Glitter Poster Board from Staples (only $3.99.

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Hey everyone and Happy Friday!

 

This Friday is very special as it’s Veteran’s Day, a day where we remember and honor our Veterans, past and present. 

I believe that while we DEEP DOWN do support our troops, we tend to get caught up in our own lives and can sometimes forget about what a deep sacrifice our military has given. As they swear in, they are giving up their own identities,

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