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Perfectly Imperfect is Perfect

Did you know self-doubt is the BIGGEST hurdle to success?  Far too many of us are too afraid of taking a leap for the fear of revealing our own imperfection…
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Beautiful on the Inside,Making HerStory

Believe In Your Own Power

Sanni Brown is a TV / radio personality and voiceover artist based in St. Paul, MN.  She hosts “Candy Freshon the St. Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN), appears on TV for Evine LIVE, fills in as a DJ at 89.9 KMOJ, and has done voiceover work for the likes of Target, Pandora, KDWB, and the Minnesota Historical Society.

Her charisma, charm, and positive energy kept me smiling throughout our interview and photoshoot.  She made my day, and I know that her story will brighten your day, too! Read More »

Beautiful on the Inside

Need A Little Rest

Hello, MyDailyShe readers!  I’ve been feeling a little under the weather lately, so I’ve decided to take my own advice and allow myself some time to rest and recover.  I was able to interview some amazing women over the last couple of weeks.  Their inspirational stories will knock your socks off!  I’m really looking forward to posting their stories soon.  Thanks so much for reading!  See you soon!

Beautiful on the Inside,Making HerStory

A True Story About Forgiveness & Love

I believe hands down the best way to teach others how to love is through actions and example.  Here is one woman’s extraordinary story of overcoming hate, overcoming the loss her son and forgiving her son’s killer. Read More »

Beautiful on the Inside,Fashion,Making HerStory

Bringing an Idea to Life

Starting a business can be incredibly challenging, especially when you and your potential partners all have full time jobs and personal lives.  But when you have something you believe in you’ve just got to go for it! Molly Mogren, one of the co-founders of Namakan Fur, share’s how she and her friends took a great idea and turned it into a business.
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Beautiful on the Inside,Self-Care

My Daily “Pep Talk”

Beginning your day by giving yourself a little pep talk is an excellent way to inject some positivity into your daily routine.  If you’re working toward a goal, it’s a great time to remind yourself of your goal and the steps you will take during the day to move toward achieving that goal.  Reinforce your goals with some daily reminders or affirmations.  They help you stay focused on what’s really important and help quiet those negative thoughts that can creep in every once and a while. Try choosing reminders or affirmations that compliment your goals, but also add some to your list that help you with every day situations. As you make daily reminders or affirmations a habit, they will come to your mind throughout the day when you need a little pick-me-up. As you continue to think on them and act on them, they become more and more a part of who you are. They are more than just positive self-talk and a tool for helping you reach your goals. When you really act on them they can help put you on the path to feeing real gratitude and joy.

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Beautiful on the Inside,Making HerStory

A Love Based on Self-Sacrifice

Krynn Ledah Umm shares the “hard path” she walked through heartache, sacrifice and joy.  Out of respect for the privacy of those mentioned, all names have been changed along with some minute details, but this is her truth and a small glimpse into her journey to place her child for adoption. Read More »

Beautiful on the Inside,Self-Care

Laughter Does a Body Good

Laughter has some seriously impressive benefits.  Check out some of the ways that laughter can make you not only feel good but also improve your health. Read More »

Beautiful on the Inside,Reaching Out,Women

A Force For Good: Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

By Jean Strait

In Western Pennsylvania, ethics and hard work go hand in hand. Coal and Steel were the two biggest industries in Johnstown, Pennsylvania where Dr. Jean Strait grew up. The ethics of hard work were passed from generation to generation.  Her mother, would tell you Jean was born a teacher, leading the neighborhood kids in just about anything. It is no wonder she grew up to become a strong advocate for service-learning and community engagement. Read More »

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