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Bye Bye Norwex

Happy Friday everyone! Not sure about you, but I am starting the day with a grateful heart and beyond thankful that I see the SUN!! I'm working today but can see the sun through m office window and just want to sit in the sun and cry... okay anyways why I am writing today. Unfortunately,… Continue reading Bye Bye Norwex

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Times of Uncertainty

Anxiety! Anxiety, Stress, Worry - these levels are through the roof right now for so many of us! Worry about if we'll have enough food, enough money for that food, who will get the food, what will happen if I test positive for Covid-19, will I still have a job, etc, etc etc. We ALL… Continue reading Times of Uncertainty

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Time to Organize

Check out these ideas from Real Simple magazine: pin.it/7kKv0EY There are easy, simple and affordable ideas! I already ordered the pot and pan organizers, I can't even explain what a mess those cupboards are right now😳 .... it's very sad 😢 Have a blessed week ✝️ Christy Jo

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Confidence

4 ways to build your Child's Confidence Be RealisticDig DeeperWatch Your WordsFocus on Personal Growth Confidence is such an important part of who we are and having confidence as a kid sets us up for the rest of our lives. If we have that strong confidence as a kid, we build a platform and as… Continue reading Confidence

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Skin Cancer Awareness

Today, February 4th, 2020 is World Cancer Day – to spread awareness on social media use hastags #IAmAndIWill and #WorldCancerDay By tagging your posts with the official hashtags, supporters around the world can follow the conversations happening on social media.

Check out their official website to learn more – World Cancer Day

This Working, Blessed Mom

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Have to share this article about the different types of skin cancer, I read a lot of them but found this simple and easy to understand, with some nice pictures (that I always find super helpful 😉) So Please read and consult your provider with ANY concerns.

“Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, with more cases diagnosed every year than all other cancers combined.”

It’s important, be aware and Take care of yourself!

Blessings, Christy

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Smashing Cancer

https://youtu.be/beK6dkFi-j4 This 17-year-old; Henry Dai, celebrated his remission by destroying a replica of the tumor that once grew in his chest. This a great article about determination and strength! Cancer is not always a story about physically beating or "smashing" cancer but it also includes emotional, mental and spiritual healing. We wanted to signify the… Continue reading Smashing Cancer