2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-September Edition

September was a remarkably interesting month for me. When it came to courage, I had to rise to the challenge more than once. I had my third orthodontist appointment, and luckily enough my pain from my tooth was improving, so my orthodontist had me continue to wear my retainers full time for four more weeks.Continue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-September Edition”

Surviving Hurricane Sally

On September 16, 2020, Hurricane Sally hit Pensacola, Florida.  Most of the people in the community were not prepared because we were told that we were only going to get the outskirts of the storm.  However, Sally had other plans. The storm carried high winds and lots of rain. Downtown Pensacola and some other areasContinue reading “Surviving Hurricane Sally”

Interview with Sal Mannan (Guest interview #28)

Hey everyone! Today, we have a guest post from Sal. She runs the blog Under my Umbrella. Be sure to check out her on social media and give her a follow. Thank you Sal for being a guest. 🙂  What is your name/blog, channel name? My blog is titled ‘Under My Umbrella’ and can beContinue reading “Interview with Sal Mannan (Guest interview #28)”

2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-August Edition

This month God really had me look at my heart. This month was full of ups and downs. But, when I stop and pause, I see all the blessings that God is working in my life. Courage is not a fruit of the spirit, but it is a commandment. Joshua 1:9 says, “I command you—beContinue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-control and Joy-August Edition”

Writing my book…one word at a time

For the past few months, I have been re writing my book. Ever since the loss of my hard drive back in November. I had to go back to a previous saved copy of my book. Therefore, I have not been doing a lot of extra writing projects. My goal is to finish this book.Continue reading “Writing my book…one word at a time”

Five Key Tips To Help Your Student Succeed In School

Sign your visually impaired student up for Bookshare.org: Bookshare.org has thousands of books that your child can access. The best part of this is if your student is in K-college they can have a membership for free. If a student needs a book for school, and it is not already available on Bookshare, a requestContinue reading “Five Key Tips To Help Your Student Succeed In School”

Interview with Chris Catt (Guest Interview #26)

Chris is a friend of mine who has helped me get ideas for my own business. Be sure to check him out on social media, and if you want to start your own business and are stuck be sure to contact him. 🙂 What is your name)? My name is Christopher Catt aka Enabled EntrepreneurContinue reading “Interview with Chris Catt (Guest Interview #26)”

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