My daughter-in-law’s boobs and my near death in same sentence?? Oh MY

Posted in Choose Joy, transformational

My daughter-in-law’s boobs and my near death in same sentence?? Oh MY

Don’t get me wrong I’m thrilled to get an International Women’s Day Tribute from my Son Not sure how I feel about reading “My mom should’ve been dead in the same sentence as my daughter-in-law’s boobs!” I have a friend who does a photo meme for Heating Up the Capital in the dead of winter to cheer up all those who appreciate a fine male form. That can be a bit much for me as truth be told I’m a PRUDE.. really. Oh My! Imagine...

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#BellLetsTalk Part of my Story

Posted in Choose Joy, Healing, Mental Health, self-love, self-worth

#BellLetsTalk Part of my Story

#BellLetsTalk A part of my story untold until today… Not many know the true story behind the accident that took part of my leg. Not many are aware of the mental torture of the next few years, the total annihilation of any semblance of self-worth, self-confidence or self-esteem that was perpetrated upon me by the person I was trying to help that night. In my weird way I always thought I was protecting those around me by fighting my battles alone. I now know that was...

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Monday Musings

Posted in Customer Service, Social, Social Business, Social Media

I want to share a fabulous site that is rich with phenomenal articles, an eclectic mix of authors and its being driven by  #awesomesauce men I am honoured to call friends.. Mark Babbitt, +Shawn Murphy Do have a look Switch and Shift and be sure to circle them.Click To TweetDo have a look Switch and Shift and be sure to circle them. This is an interview from 2013. It includes +Ted Coiné who is now with...

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5 Lessons I learned from 2014

Posted in Inspirational, motivational, self-mastery, Strategies

5 Lessons I learned from 2014 2014 was a hard year, rife with personal and health challenges. Now it’s time to allow those lessons to fuel my excitement and anticipation for the New Year. 1. Making Lemonade My life has included a lot of time in beds with push-button controls, and not the vibrating kind. I can bemoan my hospital stays and scar tissue or I can count my blessings. I can make a long list of hardships, or I can make a long list of blessings: which list is going...

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