The Power Of Orange

The Power Of Orange

In color theory, orange represents enthusiasm, encouragement, creativity & success. Orange is who I strive to be. Read about when orange started showing up in my life, when I started using orange in my branding AND when I realized it's significance.

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Resolute

Resolute

I know no one likes to hear "New Year's Resolution" anymore, but . . . when was the last time you actually thought about the root of that phrase's last word? Instead of debating whether or not we should make New Year's Resolutions . . . think for a minute about what it even means to be resolute.

Little Fella, Big Changes

Little Fella, Big Changes

My youngest son has been quite a trooper. Near the top of this year, we realized what I had already suspected. . . that he was on the Autism spectrum. It's a journey that has brought many changes. Changes are not easy on little kids, especially those with sensory differences. Truth be told, sometimes changes can be too much for even adults, sensory issues or not. Read more about how this little guy can give us all a lesson on adapting to change like a champ.

Radiate

Radiate

It's hard to chose to be your best self, every single day. Be encouraged if you are still struggling with this. I have as well, but the lesson is in the journey. A few weeks ago, while driving my son to school, I recognized an opportunity to instill the importance of this into my son at an early age.

Not Easy Being Queen

Not Easy Being Queen

When you're all about positivity, progress and passion . . . being down can seem out of character. That's how I felt last week. I was having a tough time dealing with some difficult decisions concerning my youngest son. He's three years old, curious, funny, sweet, full of energy and on the Autism Spectrum. I should have given myself enough room to fully experience my emotions so that I could process and work through them. Instead, I defaulted to guilt. Why was I quick to deny myself a safe space?

Specific

Specific

You know how people say "the squeaky wheel gets the grease"? I always thought that was some derivative (or at least second cousin) of the Biblical principal "you have not because you ask not". We understand that we need to ask for what we need: out of life, in relationships, from our careers or even [...]