The Power of Impact: Volunteering in Rwanda & What It Meant to Me

On my 31st birthday last September, I was writing in my journal when I noticed a crinkled and stained piece of paper had fallen out. I picked it up and realized it was the bucket list I had written during my early years of college. As I read over my list, I noticed two things…

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Featuring Carla Gomes Jensen: Founder of Solarium Press & Children’s Book Author

Thanks to the close friendship of our husbands, Carla Gomes Jensen is a dear friend I’ve come to know and respect over the years. I’ve been fascinated by her upbringing in Sao Paulo, Brazil and how she has blossomed living and working in the United States. We’ve connected especially over the last year or so…

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Featuring Abigail Gibbons: Natural-Born Connector & Founder of The AG Collective

Abigail Gibbons, recently referred to as “Lady Boss For the 20-Somethings,” is the founder of  The AG Collective (AGC), a social networking company advancing women and equality in the workplace. Abigail and I crossed paths after being connected to each other by our coach, Emily Merrell of Six Degrees Society. I found that she and…

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7 Ways to Feel Better ASAP When You’re Sick

This post is sponsored by Tiesta Tea. This post also contains affiliate links. All opinions are my own. Read my disclosure here. Last year around this time, I wrote about ways to avoid getting sick. If you’re anything like me, you do everything in your power throughout the year to prepare yourself for cold and…

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Giving Tuesday: The Power in Giving Back

This post is sponsored by Tiesta Tea. All opinions are my own.  Today is GivingTuesday, a global generosity movement that empowers people and organizations to do good and transform their communities and the world. This day is a reminder just how powerful giving back can truly be.  For me personally, over the years I’ve realized…

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