I’m continuing the Celebrating Phenomenal Women series with Hope Zvara! I am honored to introduce you all to this phenomenal woman!
Hope is creator of the HOPE Process (Helping Other Purposefully Excel). She does so by inspiring others with what she calls her “yoga tool box”. On and off the mat you will find her teaching, inspiring, and breaking down lifestyle changes and making them adaptable for everyone. Over the past 17 years, Hope has opened a yoga studio (Copper Tree Yoga & Wellness Studio), ran teacher training’s and now taken her yoga tool box, life experiences and inspiration off the mat to listeners world wide.
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Christmas is around the corner and I’m sure many of you have purchased your gifts through Amazon during the Thanksgiving weekend. I sure did. There are a few people left on my list and are particularly difficult to shop for because I’m not too familiar with the types of gifts they enjoy receiving.
Continue reading “3 Christmas Gift Ideas for Christian Ladies”
I have super exciting news! It’s been my DREAM not only to be a published writer, but to host my own podcast and both dreams have come true! 😍 You can listen to my brand new podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Anchor, Stitcher, and bunch of other places.
Basically, it’s a podcast that hopes to ignite the passion to pursue God, seek His kingdom, and glorify Him in all that we do – guided by scripture and inspired by Matthew 6:33
In my first episode, I share some juicy details about the past two years of struggle and how my faith helped me through it.
I would be so grateful if my friends subscribed, rated it, and left a review.
If you don’t have an iPhone, feel free to listen through this link or be directed to all the supported Podcast platforms:
We are continuing our Celebrating Phenomenal Women with an interview with Amber Gochoel! I started the series at the beginning of the year and it was not only popular with you all, I really enjoyed doing it. For more information on the series, check out the link above, otherwise, keep scrolling to read about this amazing woman.
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I’ve been a busy bee this month, but that doesn’t stop me from picking up a book and taking some time to myself. Here’s some of what I read this month.
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We talk a lot about working mothers juggling daily tasks or the difficulty of being a stay-at-home parent…but what about the work-from-home mom? What about the work-from-home mom with children still in diapers?
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A book signing is an important part of publishing a book, but most authors don’t realize that they are not only the writers, but the salesmen. Promoting a book is hard work and when I was asked to join the Threshold’s annual author event, I spent weeks preparing. Here’s a little look into the event that happened yesterday.
Hi, I’m Samantha and I have an eating disorder.
I grew up with a father that used food as a tool for manipulation and control. I was never overweight, yet my own father called me names regarding my weight and looks. As a healthy teenager, I joined weight watchers because I believed what he said. I restricted my calories down to an unhealthy amount, I hid food and binged when he wasn’t around to tease me, and I tried wearing baggy clothes to hide my curves. I also deleted as many pics as possible.
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