Welcome to my blog! As you can see, I love old fashioned, southern lemonade because my grandmother made it for me when she knew I was coming to visit her. It was cool, refreshing, and always lifted me. I remember the days when I sat on her front porch and sipped the summer afternoons away.
My lemonade welcome to you involves discussing personal growth and change, and let’s not forget the new buzzword for those seeking a transition; rebranding! This blog is devoted to positive, uplifting concepts and practices that will assist you in writing your first book, transforming your lifestyle, or enhancing your chances for success in your current or future workplace.
The American Credit Score continues to gain momentum as a hiring factor in the labor force and offers employers a different mode of viewing prospective employees, especially those seeking high level positions. In fact, the combination of those three numbers can...read more
The world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) is opening new doors for fresh bright minds and your child represents one of those minds. Utilize every advantage to introduce your child to STEM activities including camps, exploration events, tours and...read more
Are you employed or seeking employment? The great author, Anita Bunkley, reminds us that in order to move forward you must adjust your mindset and create a personal mission statement. If you don’t have one, it’s time to create one. Anita also stresses, “Be honest...read more
Your reputation as a writer can be destroyed by common grammar and punctuation errors! This is especially true for new authors! There may be times when you need constructive criticism of your manuscript. Do not ask family and loved ones to review your manuscript....read more
Glenda Birdow, Stephonia W. Roberts, Dr. Mary Payton, and Dr. Lynda Mubarak have some things in common. We graduated from Ft. Worth public schools: I.M. Terrell, Eastern Hills, Trimble Tech, and P.L. Dunbar. We reside in Tarrant County. We are US Army and...read more
The American homeless population and the stigma associated with persons living on the streets in the United States has always been associated with the irresponsible, neglectful mother of five with no spousal support, the horrible family drunk who was destined to fail,...read more
When I met Karen Anderson at the Chamas Brazilian Steakhouse in August 2016 I had no idea that she was so full of talent. Karen's skills as a creator of books and various media production projects is praise worthy to say the least. She is a combination filmmaker,...read more
Annette is an inspirational writer and poet who speaks from the heart and tells the story like it is! She will make you laugh, cry and reflect. Her artistic abilities represent the theme of a yellow rose. Annette's Theme "The Promise of New Beginnings" Her work...read more
Living in Waco, Texas in the 1950s was not easy, but... It would seem that growing up in segregated Waco, Texas in the 1950s would be filled with challenges and disappointments for any African-American child, but one little girl learned everything possible about the...read more
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