March 14, 2013
I woke my daughter up extra early last Saturday so she could get to her SAT test on time, fully awake, and fed. Somehow, I think the SAT people might get better results, and less stressed teens if the test was schedule for 9A.M. instead of 7:30 A.M. on a Saturday. Timing is everything; on the air, and in life. Many of my girlfriends try to cram too much stuff into the precious time they have, or, feel like they are running out of time. Drawing attention to this is is not the approach to take. Offering ways to enjoy life as it unfold's either in a song, or life skill, will get you friends. If there's one thing that has the ability to make a difference in her life, it's action. You can gauge a gals day by a Facebook post; here's my friend Wendy, the mother of two; her status reads: "I am living the dream today people! Snow delay, sleep in, my favorite sweatshirt, Target, chicken nuggets, watercolor painting with my favorite five year old, pioneer quilting project underway, laundry, Daddy Daughter dates and Mom's night out. BAM!" Did I mention she owns Travel-Tot? More show prep at travel tot.com
She could be a
Accounts Receivable Technician
Right now she could be
Packing a suitcase
Washing her car
Petting a cat
Making a bed
"I really am the only person in this family that can change a roll of toilet paper".
Rachel Winegard was a classically trained violinist and a lawyer for a major corporation, making money and doing well, until she was diagnosed with lupus. This illness not only forced her to leave her pressure filled job, but her skin was so sensitive she could not even find a soap gentle enough to use. As a result, she learned how to make soap and lotions that her skin could tolerate. "Soapwalla" is a combination of all her struggles and experiences. Now she's selling organic products with no preservatives. Does she have a success story that grew out of a need to survive?
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