Divas With A Purpose hosted our first virtual conference last month. The Divatude Experience focused on different facets of our personal and professional lives. Registered participants will be receiving special offers from our speakers and sponsors and had the opportunity to connect with them one-on-one in our closed Facebook group.
This week we’ll be sharing the content and video recordings from The Divatude Experience.
Getting Fit and Healthy With A Busy Schedule | Tips from @Czardiva #DivatudeExperience
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Our first speaker was Patricia Lolo.
Helping kids find hobbies of their own is one of the best things you can do for them. Hobbies give them something to do other than sit in front of the TV or computer. Not only that, it helps them to develop their skills. They could turn into better readers, speakers, and listeners all because you encouraged them to take up a hobby. They could even improve their motor skills, maths, and more!
2015 disappeared before I knew it! Thank goodness I had a goal to achieve!
Let me start by saying I don’t do new years resolutions. I do, however, like to set practical goals that are measurable and achievable. I share them with my monthly accountability group so I feel a sense of commitment. Last year I established a goal to complete a family savings challenge with my children. I had done personal savings goals myself in previous years,
I received The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes through iRead Book Tours. As always, all opinions shared are my own.
At first I was apprehensive about reading The Thread That Binds because it dealt with new mothers and that stage is way behind me. However, the story of five women forming a bond of friendship won me over and I was quickly engrossed in their lives. Sherice, Sylvie, Joanne, Payton,
Today’s guest post is written by Alice Hayes, the author of The Thread The Binds. I had an opportunity to review her novel through iRead Book Tours.
It was August 2013. We still had several weeks left of a sweltering Georgia summer, and it had been a hell of a year. In February, my husband made me cut all ties with my family overseas. In May, I lost my grandmother. In July,
For us moms, one of our biggest fears is something bad happening to our children. We worry about them constantly and dread the day that they hurt themselves or become unwell. As parents, worrying is a big part of the job, especially when your kids are young.
While it’s natural to worry about your children, sometimes when they have small medical issues, we panic. While our minds tell us not to worry, our hearts are racing in fear that maybe there is more to the problem than meets the eye.
I received Really Good F Words written by Lorrie Forde to review through iRead Book Tours. As always, all the opinions shared are my own.
There were two things that affirmed this book and I were going to work out well together. Flipping through it, the first sentence my eyes landed on was: “Self-care is not selfish. It is a healthy practice and essential to our ability to care for those around us.”