Creating Your Personal Motto

Welcome to Day  24 of our 31 Days of Embracing Your Divatude Challenge!  Today we are going to work on creating a personal motto. Your personal motto is simply a word or words that summarizes your outlook on life.

If you are new to the challenge, you can catch up here.

Briefly, the month of May is dedicated to focusing on our Divatude – being driven, inspiring, victorious and called to action in our personal and professional lives.

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Learning How To Accept A No

Welcome to Day  23 of our 31 Days of Embracing Your Divatude Challenge!  Today we discuss how to accept a no.

If you are new to the challenge, you can catch up here.
Briefly, the month of May is dedicated to focusing on our Divatude – being driven, inspiring, victorious and called to action in our personal and professional lives. As women, different aspects of divatude impact our daily walk at all times.

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Review: Adovia Natural Dead Sea Mud Soap

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

When it comes to skin issues, we seem to have it all covered in our household. From dry skin to psoriasis to eczema to pre-teen acne.  Finding a soap that everyone can use can be a task. Those with psoriasis and eczema need to rotate what they use on a fairly regular basis and the pre-teen is well…a pre-teen!

Our family has been using Adovia Natural Dead Sea Mud Soap for the past few weeks and it has been working for everyone. 

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An Average Joe’s Pursuit For Financial Freedom

I received a free electronic copy of An Average Joe’s Pursuit for Financial Freedom: Change Your Perception of Money by Michael Warren Munsey in exchange for an honest review. No financial compensation was received.

An Average Joe’s Pursuit for Financial Freedom offers a different perspective on money than what is traditionally taught by our parents and in our school systems.  The reason there is such a discrepancy between the wealthy and the poor is due to the difference in the way money is perceived.

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It Is Okay To Say No

Welcome to Day  22 of our 31 Days of Embracing Your Divatude Challenge! Today we remind ourselves that it is okay to say no.

If you are new to the challenge, you can catch up here.
Briefly, the month of May is dedicated to focusing on our Divatude – being driven, inspiring, victorious and called to action in our personal and professional lives. As women, different aspects of divatude impact our daily walk at all times.

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Expanding Network of Computers

Computers have evolved in the last few decades from archaic scientific calculators with lots of strange symbols on the buttons to point and click machines that my two year old can master. The expanding network of computers was evident when my tween saw an old yearbook picture of me from elementary school in the computer lab. I explained we went once a week to learn how to operate a computer – he and his classmates carry laptops with them from class to class!

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Thinking Big Is Okay

Welcome to Day  21 of our 31 Days of Embracing Your Divatude Challenge! Today I want you to remind yourself that thinking big is okay! Don’t let your negative self-talk or that of others tell you any differently.

If you are new to the challenge, you can catch up here.
Briefly, the month of May is dedicated to focusing on our Divatude – being driven, inspiring, victorious and called to action in our personal and professional lives.

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