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I Found The Tool to Fuel My Passion

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This is it! My first product on Amazon.

I found an E-commerce training system that has given me the tools needed, to turn this idea into an actual product.

As a photographer, my customers were always looking for ways to display their pictures, and share with family and friends.  I remember getting a calendar from the cleaners every year, with these beautiful pictures, so I thought it would make a great gift for people to personalize the calendar with their own pictures. Voila!

This is still a work in progress, but its a start, it sells and it updates each year.  To go a step further, we donated a portion of sales for the Breast Cancer Walk.  It was so rewarding that something so small could make such an impact.

This training system has been a tool to make my dream come true.

I know there are women out there who have hidden talents, skills and ideas that you want to share with the world, but don’t know where to start.  This is why I’m sharing this journey.  If thats you, leave a comment and grab the free ebook.

 

 

Embracing The Spirit of Giving,

Walking For the Cure

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October 17, 2015, Rydere, a hight school student from Philly said it best:

Whether we walk for the cure, or talk for the cure,

It does not matter as long as we work together to help find the cure.

We may feel like we doing a lot,

but we can do so much more.

We cannot stop, until we find the cure.

Cancer is not just something that makes a woman stress,

It’s a sickness weakening her and attacking her breasts.

Men can get it too, so never think less,

We need to keep fighting, until we put this thing to rest.

This is something we have been battling for quite some time,

We have been our hard earned cash, sometimes every dime.

A good friend lost his Mom to breast cancer,

That’s irreplaceable, a woman of her own standard.

I just want people to be aware, prepared, not scared,

Cancer is something no one should have to bear.

We can change someone’s life, do it because it’s right, not for the hype.

Making a small donation can make someone’s dark pain have a little light,

Also make a victim who is diagnosed, have a little fight.

Cancer is something no one should have to endure,

We need to keep walking, talking, and fighting, together to help find a cure.

 

Embracing the Spirit of Giving,

Rachael’s Auntie Is Bald-Headed

How do you approach tough, sensitive topics with your children?  Do you ever wonder how they would handle illness or divorce?  How about the topic of “breast cancer”?  We met a young lady named Amber, who had the same questions, but decided to tackle those tough subjects by writing.

Her first published work titled “Rachel’s Auntie is Bald-Headed“is on Amazon. This is the first book of a series that is designed to gently familiarize children with issues that require healing for their minds and hearts. It is about a 9 year old girl who discovers that her favorite aunt is bald-headed, as a result of Cancer.

She struggles with the fears of teasing, thinking Cancer is contagious, and wondering how to fix it, all during Thanksgiving weekend.

Readers may identify with Rachael’s fears or gain sensitivity for others who may have this experience. The book has an open ending to encourage each reader to develop his/her own conclusion. At the end of the story are a vocabulary list, creative writing assignments, and opportunities to promote the support of a charity, community service, or other selfless activities relating to the story.

Embracing the Spirit of Giving,

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