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Saturday, April 21, 2018

How To Be A Focused Goal-Getter Working Mom
April 21, 20180 Comments



"The dream is free, 
the hustle is sold separately."

- Unknown

This one is for all my ladies! Especially my mothers out there! I'm excited and honored to have collaborated with my girl Latoya over at The Life With Latoya blog. Today, I'm sharing gems on how to be a goal-getter working mom while my girl Latoya shares how to get things done while being a stay at home mom! Ya'll are going to love it! You can read it here

As a mom of 2 under 2 I know and understand the level of intentional focus required for you to attain your goals. Taking care of your kids, ensuring they meet developmental milestones, while also challenging them to think through things and become smarter is the real definition of doing work that matters! I just have to stop, applaud you, and appreciate all that you do for everyone. You're the bomb.com, okay!? 

When I first started my journey I only had one child, and for me, it was fun. I enjoyed everything about being a mom to my daughter. Getting to know her was the best part of my experience. I felt like she was not only the perfect addition to my family, but she was also everything I didn't expect her to be (a real life perfect baby lol). 

When I got pregnant with my second daughter I was in the midst of business planning. I wasn't highly stressed because of my second pregnancy, but I was a little anxious to get the ball rolling with my business. I knew that having a baby while building a business was a recipe for zombie life.

Kids are time consuming! Yes, they're a huge blessing from God, they keep me laughing all day and they've become the joy of my life. I love watching them grow. Yet, if I'm honest, having 2 under 2 at this stage of the game is all consuming. Being a mom calls for your full attention. So, here's what I learned from being a working mom while having 2 under 2.


1. Always Create a Work Schedule or Routine 

Kids function best with a schedule. Both of my kids have a flexible routine that incorporates free time and free flow activities. We also have structured learning time and my favorite, bonding time! They not only love it, but they look forward to it. This allows me to plan my tasks and create a predictable work routine for myself.

Always plan your work at the beginning of the week and the night before, then execute the most important things first because as you know, with kids some days can be unpredictable! If you execute the most important things first you'll feel both accomplished and like you've had a productive day.


2. Allow Yourself to Have 10-15 Minute Breaks in Between Tasks 

This is especially needed when you start feeling like you're constantly on the go and need some time to just hear your thoughts clearly again.

Ladies, I had a few months where I was so frustrated with myself. I was being pulled in different directions, felt like I wasn't being productive in accomplishing my tasks, and I remember reaching out to a friend for some counsel. She told me something so simple and yet when I started implementing it my mindset changed. She said something along the lines of: "you don't have to do everything in one day". 

As a mom the immediate needs of your kids always come first. However, designate time for your goals and tasks. Don't let a whole day pass without doing at least one task that'll get you closer to achieving your goals. Having a to-do list doesn't mean you have to crush everything in one day. Spread out your tasks and celebrate your small victories. 

"Taking small steps in the right direction
 every day is better than killing a bunch of tasks
and producing sloppy quality work."
- Tee Forever

3. Enjoy Your Season 

Something I constantly remind myself of is that I only have a short window of time to enjoy the different stages of my children's growth. They won't be this young forever, and they won't be this dependent forever (although my kids are already really independent). So, instead of being busy working 24/7 or being busy trying to be the perfect mom or anything else, I choose to focus on being present and live in the moment. I want to enjoy my kids at every stage. At the same time, I'm a wife, a business woman, etc.

I've learned that not every season will be as productive as I'd like business wise and not every season will allow me to take my kids to the park every day. There's a flow that I must tap into to play all of my roles well and take care of myself. 

Being a mom and wife is a blessing that shouldn't slow you down or distract you from getting the results you want for your life and/or business. Trust yourself, never find your identity in the roles that you play and stay true to who you are.


Until next time,
Xoxo!


Theresa Forever


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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Top 3 Advantages Of Simple Goal Planning
April 19, 2018 6 Comments

"Dreams don't come true. 
Goals do."
- Unknown

We live in a world where having and achieving goals is honored and celebrated. However, most of us don't actually know what a goal is or why it's important. According to dictionary.com a goal is "...an aim or desired result." So, when we set or talk about goals we're establishing clear results that we want to experience within a certain time frame. Why is it important to set goals?


" If it doesn't challenge you 
it won't change you."
- Unknown

Having a goal brings you clarity and focus in life. You become intentional about every decision you make. All your actions become consistent, and they begin to align with where you envision yourself. You feel happy and empowered because you're on a mission, so you begin to realize that you have a purpose! You're here on earth to do more than just graduate from school and work a 9-5 job. You were designed to produce specific results on the earth. Find out what they are and start maximizing your life! In the process of achieving the result(s) you want you begin to discover yourself. 


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This is one of the greatest pleasures that you unlock while pursuing a goal. As you begin to develop yourself in preparation for your goal you'll expand your knowledge, skills, and understanding. You'll also discover hidden strengths that you have that you weren't aware of. This often leads to rediscovering dreams and igniting passions that had once dried up and died. Goal planning and pursuing your goals gives you a system to track your progress and evaluate your life. If you don't like where your life is right now, set some goals and change it. Getting results is amazing and the person you become in the process is an even bigger blessing, however goal planning is about more than just seeing results. Setting goals helps you to believe in yourself again, you will be hopeful for the future.


"My ultimate goal is to be better 
today than I was yesterday."
- Unknown


Having a goal is a form of hope. I know some people are afraid of goal planning because they don't get the results they want and end up feeling discouraged, but listen to me, goal planning gives you something to look forward to. It reminds you that if you're ready to change some things your best days are ahead of you. You can expect to experience more out of life. You can get excited again! There is a beautiful ending to your story if you're willing to plan your goals and execute your plan. 

Results are great, but the self-awareness and personal development that you experience through having a goal beats results any day. As you evolve into a completely better version of yourself through pursuing goals remember to keep hope alive, and just because you didn't attain something in the past doesn't mean it's not meant for you to experience.


Until next time,
Xoxo!


Theresa Forever



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Saturday, April 14, 2018

What Made Me Who I Am?
April 14, 20180 Comments


"The only time you should ever look back 
is to see how far you've come."
- Unknown

Quite a few of you have been wondering how I became the person I am today, who my major influences are, and what my top personal development books are. So, in today's post I'm sharing all my goodies!

I grew up fatherless and my mom passed away when I was 15 years old. Before you start feeling sorry for me, consider all the practical life skills and wisdom I was able to learn at an early age. At 15 I started paying rent in a shared apartment with my older sister whose 2 years older than me. I had to learn how to budget and make my income stretch to cover all my expenses. I also learned responsibility through my part-time job at a movie theatre.

Growing up in a christian household taught me that God was real. However, this doesn't mean that I was a christian. I really couldn't understand how God had any relevance to my life. He was invisible, He was silent (or so I thought), and He was distant. Why waste my time trying to understand Him? He's probably boring. 

Fast forward to after I graduated high school. I met a girl who was different in her approach to life. She was easy to connect with, genuine, and very sweet. At this point in my life drama, fighting, cussing, parties, and all that was normal, and I enjoyed it. I had girlfriends, but I didn't trust or like girls (weird I know). My new friend introduced me to the real Jesus who was fun, loving, and very interested in my life. After seeing Him in a new light I was convinced that He's alive (and not boring) and we all need Him more than we realize. I could dive deeper into this, but I'll save it for another post :).

After making a real commitment to follow God my life upgraded significantly. First, my environment changed. I stopped partying and I stopped listening to entertainment that clouded my mind. I began to build relationships with people that were growing in areas I wanted to develop. I also started reading personal development books that challenged my character.




The bible alone elevated my mind and helped me clean up my act. Including personal development books added another layer of mentorship. The top 2 personal development books I'd recommend to anyone that wants to develop themselves are:


1. Developing the Leader Within - John Maxwell
2. Who Moved My Cheese - Spencer Johnson

One of my primary mentors is my godfather who is a great thinker, highly articulate, and successful in his industry. He continues to show me the benefits of pushing yourself and putting in hard work. Most of my other mentors are authors and business leaders. I read TONS of books, watch a lot of documentaries, and I'm always listening to educational information. I enjoy learning and always have an open hear to wisdom!

The reason I shared this with you is to challenge you to think about who you are now and who you want to become in the next 5 years. Review the obstacles and distractions that have hindered you in the past and create a plan to work through those things. Don't allow anything to stop you from becoming who you know you can be.

I'm grateful for every experience I've had in life because they not only made me stronger and wiser, but also a woman of solid character, integrity, and moral values.


"Your life will only be as good as you make it 
so, create something great!"
- Tee Forever


Until next time,
Xoxo!


Theresa Forever


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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Good News! Your Choices Create The Results You Want
April 12, 20180 Comments
- Unknown
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This quote is not for the person sitting beside you, or the miserable person that you know who lives up the street. It's for you. We "can't be bitter" living in the past "and expect (our lives) to be sweet." Full of peace and thriving relationships. Why? Because how we feel and what we think determines our quality of life.


"Everything we do 
reflects what we believe."
- Tee Forever

Here's an example, if I believe that my job sucks, my boss doesn't like me, and my co-workers talk about me behind my back. Will I enjoy going to work? NO WAY! Will I produce my best work? 100% no! Why? Because my actions are fueled by my beliefs no matter how much I try to ignore or dismiss them.

Our behavior follows our mind. If we think we'll be amazing at running a business, parenting, marriage, and relationships, we'll feel excited and strong. This fuels us to develop ourselves and learn what we need to know if we want to be successful in these areas. Then we'll begin to CRUSH IT! On the same token, if we think that running a business is too much work, parenting is hard, and kids are annoying, and marriage is boring, then we won't feel motivated or inspired to cultivate those areas.



"Life is a matter of choices and every choice you make, makes you."
- John C. Maxwell

Believe idea's that'll help you create the kind of person you want to be. Make choices that'll help you build the kind of life and relationships you want to have. 


Read that again. What do you think about that? 

For me, this says I have to stop being an emotional decision maker. Overall, I'm a very practical and logical person. In most areas of my life I make decisions with the big picture in mind. However, I experimented with emotional decision making a few months ago and produced a MESS! I had to eat the bitterness of my choices, BUT I didn't allow it to make me bitter and I didn't beat myself up for the mess. I learned so much from that experience and now I'm committed to resisting the temptation of making emotional decisions. Having accountability also helps with this because I get an outside perspective to help me remain logical.

When it comes to choices, you're in complete control. You're on the receiving end of the consequences of every choice you make. You'll either benefit from making a good choice or you'll suffer for a bad one. Choices are completely your responsibility.

"Everything in your life is a reflection 
of a choice you made. 
If you want a different result, 
make a different choice."
- Unknown

This is a basic principle. If everything we talked about today is true and what we believe fuels our actions, then doesn't this mean that our thoughts shape our lives? 

What we think about something determines how we decide. What we think turns into action which produces results. So, the results we have reflect our thoughts and beliefs. If we want to improve our relationships, finances, businesses, etc. We must improve ourselves. 

This is good news! This means that we can turn all our bitter experiences into sweet, learning curves. This means, that if we feed our mind knowledge that develops our character and filter our thoughts to ensure they are conducive to the future we want. The result will be exactly what we want. 


"Everything in your life changes 
when your thoughts change."
- Tee Forever


Until next time,
Xoxo!


Theresa Forever



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Saturday, April 7, 2018

Community: The Missing Link
April 07, 2018 16 Comments
Every successful individual knows that 
his or her achievement depends on a community of people working together."
- Paul Ryan

Man, I can't even begin to tell you how many people have encouraged, helped, and prayed for me throughout my journey. Life was never meant to be lived independently of others and you were never meant to pursue goals on your own. Trust me! I know sometimes it feels like the world is against you and no one will or wants to help you, but the truth is we all want the same thing (love and connection) and we're here on earth to build community with others.

Something I love about being a part of a community is the freedom to be my raw, unfiltered self without the fear of being judged. I have several people in my life who know me inside out. They know my strengths, weaknesses, struggles, insecurities, and EVERYTHING else! I let them in when I make mistakes as well as when I'm on top of the mountain. I use to be afraid of this kind of intimacy because it made me feel vulnerable and weak (which I hate to be honest), BUT what I've learned is that exposing myself to trusted people that I know will keep everything confidential, helps me sort through my thoughts a little better and allows me to let my guard down and just be myself without any consequences.

If you don't connect with at least one person on this level, fam jam! You're missing out!


"Community is an opportunity to create a family outside of the one we were born into. You get to build real connections and deep friendships with people that were once considered strangers."
- Tee Forever



Allow me to pause right here and say that the kind of community I'm referring to includes more than just your girlfriend/boyfriend, husband/wife, or the 3 people you still talk to from your hometown. No, they're apart of it, but it expands to people like the money smart person that lives down the street. You've talked to them a few times and you know that their good with money, but you've never opened up and asked for tips on how to manage your money better. Why not? What if it turns out that they're actually a millionaire and would love to give you some feedback on what you could be doing better. They might even refer you to a really good accountant that could help you save some mula during tax season! Ever thought about that?

Instead, since you thought it would be awkward to initiate a relationship with them you'll never reap the benefits that connection would've brought. To all of my stressed out parents, have you ever considered talking to that other parent you always see at the park with the 4 kids? They seem to have a good grip on things. Their kids are happy and well taken care of. You could "sniff them out", see if their trust worthy and if so, you could begin to talk to them about the stress or pressure you feel from parenting and find out what strategies they use to keep everything together while taking care of themselves. All of these small connections play a big role in enhancing the quality of your overall life.

Now, when you start building your community don't just chose Sally or Bob because they seem nice. Choose people that are wiser than you and have strengths or success in areas you want to develop. People that don't talk about others and have a reputation or history of keeping things confidential. Lol, the last thing I want you to do is start building your squad with people that aren't mature enough to handle your realness! Not everyone is meant to be in your inner-circle so don't give everyone access.




Another thing I'm quite fond of in community is the fact that I'm able to have authentic transparent and honest communication. This is BIG for me because our society is full of small talk and typical responses. Here's an example: When someone ask, "How are you today?" or "How's your day going?" you respond with ... (I'll give you a second to think about it) ..."I'm doing well, how are you?" or something along those lines, right? BUT THAT'S NOT ALWAYS TRUE! What about those days when you just want to hide in a corner and cry because you're so stressed out or overwhelmed!? Or what about when you're so mad that you want to cuss every and anybody that looks at you the wrong way. We don't always share that with people. Most of us bottle it up inside and then explode on the wrong person OR overtime become angry, withdrawn, emotionless, etc. Having a community or inner-circle of down to earth, trusted, regular people will help you work through your emotions and process life in a healthy way.

With a handful of people, I'm able to share exactly what's on my heart whether it aligns with my faith or not, whether it's good news or bad news, no matter what I'm going through, no matter how much I'm struggling these people provide a safe place for me to share my heart in an open and defenseless way.

"Taking the time to build community,
to get to know people will have long-lasting benefits."
- Clifton Taulbert

Connection and community is not only good for your soul, it benefits everyone that gets to experience it. Find and create your inner-circle. Sharpen and inspire each other and love them until the wheels fall off!

PS: Guess who caught a cold! Stuffy nose and everything! If any of you want to start adapting this principle here's your perfect opportunity! Feel free to bring some spicy Jamaican chicken noodle soup to my house :) ha-ha I'm kidding! I love you guys!


Until next time,
Xoxo!


Theresa Forever



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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Enjoy Life Now: Work Hard, Rest Harder
April 05, 20180 Comments
"A dream doesn't become reality through magic; 
it takes sweat, determination, and hard work."
Colin Powell

Ya'll ain't ready! Guys! I can't hold it! Remember last month when I told you my self-discipline goal was to launch my online business by April (Read About It Here)?! Well....drum roll please! *drum roll starts*... I officially launched my business today! I purposely waited so that I could blast some music, sing at the top of my lungs, sip champagne and celebrate this moment with YOU! I know you guys were up to some pretty adventurous stuff last month as well. Launching books and starting businesses! *High five!* This is only the beginning. 




This month's personal growth challenge is to get in the habit of getting proper rest! Yes, I said REST! I'll be honest. I'm the least qualified person to talk about rest because I don't ever get enough lol. However, this month! I'm going after it! Rest is apart of maintaining self-discipline. It's easy to work all day and night because there's always something to do. Choosing to prioritize rest not only reaps physical and relational benefits but you come to life! We experience a real connection in relationships that comes from being present and we free our minds from constant busyness. Balancing a strong work ethic with solid rest habits is a fountain of life to anyone that want it.

I'm going to start implementing things like no "screen time" (cell phone, TV, lap top, etc.) an hour before bed, and no phone time until one hour after I wake up. I want to center myself, do some mental detox and just relax completely before bed and first thing in the morning. It's kind of like getting a...




By the way, I didn't go to bed until AFTER 4 a.m last night and my beautiful chicklets forced me out of bed by 8:30 this morning! ...lol. Chronicles of a working mom! Ha-ha. To prevent scenario's like this during this month I'm going to DELEGATE some of my most time-consuming task to people that specialize in those area. 


"Rest is as important as working hard."
- Unknown

I know this is going to be a challenge for most of us but make rest a priority for the next 3-weeks! It's worth it.


Until next time,
I'm going to get some rest! :)
Xoxo

Theresa Forever


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Saturday, March 31, 2018

Your Dream Is About To Expire
March 31, 2018 12 Comments

"There is a price to pay to make the changes you want in life. There is also a price you're already paying for staying the way you are. You have to weigh these two prices and decide what to do based on that comparison and no one can do that for you."
- Bill Harris

During my pursuit to launch my business, the reality that everything cost something really began to make sense to me. We can all easily understand that tangible things like clothes, food, and shelter cost us money, while other blessings like kids, self-education, and work cost us time. Something I want you to examine over this long weekend is what will your goal(s) cost you? 

If you decided right now that you're going to commit yourself to accomplish the goal that's been following you around for the past year how much effort would you have to put in to attain this goal? Are there any specific skills you'll have to upgrade? How much money will you have to invest to get the results you want? What will you have to sacrifice? 

While you consider these questions I also want you to think about how you would spend some of your unlimited and limited resources to accomplish this task. An unlimited resource is anything that can be replenished or acquired like money, knowledge, and skills. A limited resource is anything you can't get back or that is limited in nature like time. There is a price tag attached to every accomplishment. Decide how much you're willing to pay and then either commit to the goal or accept that it's time to break up.


"Decisions are the hardest thing to make especially when it is a choice between where you should be and where you want to be."
- Unknown



If you've been carrying a goal in your thoughts for OVER A YEAR, it's time to decide whether you want to experience it in real life or not. John C. Maxwell said "Life is a matter of choices and every choice you make, makes you." Why? Because we're all responsible for building our empires and our lives. The person we become in the process is based on the choices we make throughout our journey. God cast the vision and we create the plan with the wisdom and common sense He provides. How do you think Albert Einstein developed his theory on relativity? Do you think he was just a natural genius and was easily able to work through formula's and figure this out. Nooooo! He worked out his mind. He developed his understanding on the subject and experimented with different theories and ideas, which means HE MADE PLENTY OF MISTAKES by the way. He also had to sacrifice sleep and time he would never get back. But guess what? He believed that finding a solution was necessary. Now over 60 years later we still respect and value his discoveries. I could list many more examples like Albert, but I won't because I'm sure you get the point. Decide how important this goal is to you, why it's important and if you really believe this is something you can accomplish GO FOR IT! I'm going to tell you right now, anything that's been following you for THIS amount of time, is worth pursuing. You are obviously passionate about it so man up, and for my ladies, put on your big girl panties and make it happen. Stop getting in your own way.


"Don't just dream big, follow through!"
- Bob Buford

This is where everything comes to life. You've thought about what this goal will require for you to experience it in all of it's glory! You've weighed the pros and cons and decided it's worth the pursuit, now the hardest stage of all...follow through. We have to work our plan! James said "As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without work is dead." No matter how much we pray, hope, cry, talk, worry, plan, schedule, envision, believe, and desire for something to happen, if we don't discipline our bodies to follow through on the things we've planned WE WILL NEVER experience it. And the reason isn't because God doesn't want you to have it, or because no one would help you, or because your environment is toxic, or because your around the wrong people. *Shake my head* Nope. The reason why you won't accomplish this goal without follow through is because no one can put in the effort to accomplish this on your behalf. If you want something you have to pay for it. It's a simple formula you want, you pay.


An unknown source said never "make permanent decisions based on temporary feelings." You know that if you don't discipline yourself and do what is required to get the results you want you'll continue living in a cycle of discontentment. We both know that you were made to be and do more than you're currently doing. Don't short change yourself. Go big or go home!

Until next time,
Xoxo!
Theresa Forever



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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Goal Getter: Work Smarter, Not Harder (Improve Your Hustle)
March 29, 20180 Comments
"A person who never made a mistake 
never tried anything new."
- Albert Einstein

We are quickly approaching the end of this month! How are you guys doing with the Go Big Or Go Home - Self Discipline goal you started (click here to learn more)? As promised
I am on route to launch my online business at the beginning of next month! Wooou hooouuu! Super exciting right? I know! Well as exciting as this is, I know a few of you guys are launching businesses and completing major projects so kudos to ya'll! I'm happy to be connected to mountain moving GOAL-GETTERS! 

Alright so, nod your head if you've ever made a silly mistake that could've been avoided if you had adequately prepared, built up your self-confidence, or trusted smart people around you? *Head nod* yep! Just last week I was preparing dinner and my husband suggested that I should turn the heat down before I burn everything. Of course, since I'm an experienced chef I tried to ignore his suggestion, but lo and behold, Mr. Hubby was RIGHT! You know when you're about to put a freshly baked, soft chocolate chip cookie into your mouth, and then you remember that it's not good for you so you quickly put it down...well, some of you still eat it (LOL!), but THAT'S how close I was to ruining dinner!


One of our weaknesses as goal-getters is we try to do everything ourselves. We plan the project or business, implement everything in the plan, run marketing campaigns, build our brand, and the list goes on. By the end of all this most of us end up feeling overwhelmed. This golden nugget I'm about to share with you applies to me as well. If you talk to some of my closest friends they'll tell you I'm always go-go-go with my kids, business, meetings, etc. Late nights, early mornings. But here's something I want to challenge you with. One day a week take some time to stop everything. Breathe. Sleep, eat, and repeat this for the WHOLE DAY! I know! You could use that 18-hour day to crush at least 10 major tasks, right? It's true, but here's a scientific fact. When you allow your mind and body to rest your stress levels decrease, you produce more clear, deep thoughts, and your creativity, which we all rely on, increases. Another thing we must consider is delegating task. This does not always require money. You could reach out to a budding entrepreneur that specializes in the task you want to delegate and offer to provide a free service in exchange for their assistance. You could also ask a friend that is gifted in the area you want help. There are SO many ways you could delegate task for free and get high quality results. Stop trying to do everything! it takes a team to build an empire.


"Great things in business are never done by one person. 
There done by a team of people."
- Steve Jobs

The people you chose to partner with is almost as important as who you chose to marry. When I refer to partnership I'm not only talking about business. This includes the people you choose to spend time with like your closest friends and family. In business it's pretty simple you can easily replace the wrong people with the right ones however, in personal relationships it can be a bit more complicated. When sifting through the kind of influences you want, you have to decide the type of character and mentality you want to be around. As a person that is limitless in your thinking and intentional about how you spend your time, do you want to be influenced by people that gossip, aren't teachable, and are complainers? I'll give you a second to answer that...

Get the right influences in your circle and let the wrong ones go.

Now, a lot of entrepreneurs and goal-getters want quick results. Sometimes this leads us to quit a good idea before we get to experience the full beauty of it's potential. Here's a gem you should apply to every area of your life. If something isn't working change your strategy, don't quit. Try to pin point what's missing, add it to the equation and wah-lah, your idea might begin to blossom. If not, try something else. Test your ideas prior to launch and if it passes the test and you know it can work, then make it work.

As always, I love connecting with you guys. leave me a comment, share your thoughts and stop trying to man handle everything, start resting and delegating tasks, surround yourself with better influences, and if something isn't working don't quit, change your strategy. 

Until next time,
Xoxo!
Theresa Forever


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