Accident prevention. What a fun topic to kick off my Making A Happy Home From A to Z for April, right? Well, in our household this is always a hot topic. With three very lively and active kiddos, it seems like I’m almost always watching an accident ready to happen. I truly believe my 7 year old is incapable of walking – he runs, skips, flips, jumps and catapults everywhere. His 3 year old little sister is his shadow and is often right behind him and taking it up a notch.
I received a free copy of Crashing Into Love written by Melissa Foster to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours. No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.
Book #12 The Bradens, Love in Bloom Series #20
Only one woman could hurt ultra-alpha bad boy Jake Braden.
Only one woman can heal him.
Fiona Steele has arrived…
Fiona Steele has a great career,
I received an advanced copy of Renewable: One Woman’s Search for Simplicity, Faithfulness, and Hope by Eileen Flanagan to review and share with my readership here on Divas With A Purpose.
I’m one of those persons who always reads the back of the books and the reviews included. This quote from the Executive Director of Greenpeace International really stood out and piqued my interest the most:
…shows us how one person can change their life while working to change the world we all share.”
I received an advanced copy of 100 Under $100: One Hundred Tools for Empowering Global Women by Betsy Teutsch to review and share with my readers here on Divas With A Purpose. In 100 Under $100 the author arms readers with simple and effective tools to empower women challenged by poverty.
Ever wanted to help but didn’t know exactly how or where to start? 100 Under $100 is the book to start!
“Michelle, if I was you I would put some of that in the bank for a rainy day. You always want to be prepared.”
I can still hear my mother’s words to this day. Growing up, she tried to instill the importance of having a savings to my sisters and I. Not just with her words but with her actions.
We all had bank accounts early and would take bi-weekly trips to deposit a portion of our allowance earned from completing additional chores around the house.
I can vividly recall the first time I realized my tween son was struggling with his self-esteem.
He’d gotten in trouble for something and written an apology note to me. Throughout the note he referenced being “stupid” and “bad” and “not good enough”. It truly broke my heart.
The topic of self-love is no stranger here on Divas With A Purpose.
On one of my older articles entitled Inside Out Beauty I shared these words:
As a parent,
You can’t have a business without growth. The business world is always changing, and you have to know how to grow your business to avoid losing your share of the market to newcomers. A lot of this has to do with consumers constantly looking for the next big thing. This is achieved by expanding and building on the success your company has already earned by remembering a few key tips.