#ThoughtfulThursday; just be

Sooo, I have been thinking: what ACTUALLY engages us as an audience? That is an open-ended thought, right? Well, mostly, but more specific, what keeps us scrolling through news feed after news feed in an era of overly saturated information? Could it be our endless search for mental stimulation, or maybe it is for something deeper: maybe we are all searching for the real meaning of life?

Perhaps, in the midst of the rush, we can live un-peacefully, unhappily, but happy together.

Whatever your particular case may be, I pray you peace to just “BE.”






Introducing #WackyWednesday!

We want to hear from YOU! You have a business, be it family, or an external business. Either way, you have a business, and in that business wacky things happen. So, here’s the deal: we want to know your WACKIEST stories! We want you to tell us the details, and all the funny things in-between, kind of like a bloopers reel. We need these stories once a week, and at the end of each month, we will compile these #WackyWednesday stories, then choose a winner from all stories complied.

You could win shirts, hats and gift certificates to your favorite restaurants, so tell us…what is YOUR WACKIEST story?





How was your week last week? I missed speaking with everyone, due to being out of the office for Department of Mental Health training. We learned so many things during our stay in Tenn. What a week?! Monday started off with us in class meeting all our new team members with the dept. and participating in activities, which would prepare us for the rest of the week. It was a challenging and life changing time for me. I grew. I grew in many ways, learning skills that would propel my feet forward in ways otherwise unimaginable.

So, this brings me to the week: what does this week look like for you? Lay out your plan and move on it! Don’t quit, keep moving forward! Never allow negativity to be your motivator, unless it motivates you in a positive direction.

“Stop hanging around people that don’t help your life grow.” -Trent Shelton