Breast Cancer: A Story of Survival and Triumph

Article Written and Interview by: Debbie Stokes I remember years ago during the days when I owned a beauty salon, one of my customers came in with watered-filled eyes, and when she saw me she burst into tears. She was so distraught she made me cry. She wasn't talking like she normally did. After a… Continue reading Breast Cancer: A Story of Survival and Triumph

You Can Thrive Through Mental Illness

Article Written and Interview by: Debbie Stokes Did you know there are people suffering with depression, anxiety, OCD, biopolar disorder, and so many other types of mental illnesses who work and function in society everyday among you? Many have been suffering for years, and as long as they take their meds, it's possible you may… Continue reading You Can Thrive Through Mental Illness

Comedian Carla Simpson Brings Laughter in the Middle of the Covid-19 Crisis

Article & Interview by: Debbie Stokes During these times of family lockdowns, social distancing, and executive orders being placed on its residences by city, state, and the federal government due to the coronavirus pandemic; people are finding ways to be creative. They are experiencing self-discovery, shifting prospectives, rediscovering family, implanting themselves in their faith, and… Continue reading Comedian Carla Simpson Brings Laughter in the Middle of the Covid-19 Crisis

True Christian Spirituality Explained and Why It’s a Sin to Be Poor

Article and Interview by: Debbie Stokes Yes, we are all dealing with the effects of the Covid-19 crisis. For some, we are being pushed to the brink. Some are fighting with depression. Some with lonliness. Some with boredom. Some with feelings of uncertainty. Some with fear. Then, there are those who are using their adaptibility… Continue reading True Christian Spirituality Explained and Why It’s a Sin to Be Poor

Joel Gamble: Former NFL Player Tells How to Keep Your Children Positive and Safe

Article Written and Interview by: Debbie Stokes The most precious jewels you have are your children. They come into the world dependent on you nurturing and molding them to be people of character, substance, and integrity. Hopefully, they will one day grow into law-abiding, productive, and giving citizens who can stand strong in their beliefs,… Continue reading Joel Gamble: Former NFL Player Tells How to Keep Your Children Positive and Safe

Coronavirus: Things You Can Do to Get Through This New Normal

Written By: Debbie Stokes The Coronavirus has come like a thief in the night seeking to devour all the people it can. It has been relentless, whether affecting people directly or indirectly. It has been testing people’s sanity, faith, common sense, and strength. The scary thing is that there is no vaccine or cure at… Continue reading Coronavirus: Things You Can Do to Get Through This New Normal

The Truth About Entrepreneurship

Written & Submitted by: Kirsten Dunn "It’s a good Morning, this is a good Morning. This is a really good Morning, this is a New Morning, this is a New Day. This is a new vibrational point of an attraction." Hearing this soothing mantra, I inhale life and exhale gratitude. I place my feet on… Continue reading The Truth About Entrepreneurship

How to Know If He Is the One

Article Written by and interviewed by: Debbie Stokes What is it that you really want in a relationship? Do you know? For far too long many women have struggled with finding someone who is "their" everything and who adds value. If it's not one thing, it's another. ⇒ He doesn't listen or talk to you… Continue reading How to Know If He Is the One

How to Deal with Grief and Loss – A Video Interview

Article Written and Interview by: Debbie Stokes One thing is certain in life, we all will experience grief and loss many times throughout our lives. Loss is inevitable. What makes the difference is how we deal with it. Most times when we think of grief and loss, we relate it to losing a loved one,… Continue reading How to Deal with Grief and Loss – A Video Interview

Your Storms Don’t Have to Break You

Article Written and Interview by: Debbie Stokes In our lives we experience test after test after test and are challenged from within as to how we will respond to them. We sometimes find ourselves struggling to see and think clearly. As a matter of fact, at times we are pushed to our breaking point—asking God… Continue reading Your Storms Don’t Have to Break You

How to Ace an Interview

Article Written and Interview by: Debbie Stokes Have you ever wondered why you didn't get that job? The one where you thought you aced the interview. I know I've asked that question before. Then I would start thinking about what could have gone wrong. Did I not answer the questions correctly? Were my answers not… Continue reading How to Ace an Interview

Bad Bitch with a Killer Pitch: A Video Interview

Article & Interview by: Debbie Stokes How many of you have ever had a hard time finding the right words to say to get a job, a date, to borrow money... whether from a friend or a bank, or to get a book deal? I bet you didn't know you were doing what is called… Continue reading Bad Bitch with a Killer Pitch: A Video Interview

6 Ways to Say No and Mean It

Written by: Debbie Stokes No is such a small word but also an unbelievable BIG word. A word most find hard to say when family, friends, or co-workers are asking for something of you. I mean how many of you have ever been asked to do something you didn’t want to do? Most of us… Continue reading 6 Ways to Say No and Mean It

5 Steps to Stay an Individiual in Your Relationship

Written by: Debbie Stokes Did you know it’s possible to remain who you are in a relationship or marriage? Did you know it’s possible to have your own thinking and space? Well guess what? It is… when it’s healthy. I’ve been with the same guy for 42 years in June. Married 31 years and dated… Continue reading 5 Steps to Stay an Individiual in Your Relationship

The Do’s and Don’ts of Resume Writing

Written and Interviewed by: Debbie Stokes Getting a job these days is a struggle for some, not because of a lack of jobs available but because there is so much competition. There are more and more college graduates, to their surprise, who find themselves competing for lower level positions upon graduation. Often, they are being… Continue reading The Do’s and Don’ts of Resume Writing

Why Only Women Burnout and What to Do About It

Article Written By: Angelica Weaver Hello! To begin, I left a toxic job and a toxic relationship. Those led me to coaching about wellness and purpose. I struggled with how or why I had allowed these two into my life. It all boils down to burnout. I couldn't stand being alone with my feelings of… Continue reading Why Only Women Burnout and What to Do About It

Leaving A Legacy For Your Kids: A Must See Video Interview

Article Written and Interview By: Debbie Stokes Do kids have a right to our "stuff" when we die? Depending on who you ask, the answer to this question can vary from—they don't have a right to anything to they can have everything, or their answer can fall anywhere in between. Where do you stand with… Continue reading Leaving A Legacy For Your Kids: A Must See Video Interview

The Journey to Weight Loss

Written by: Debbie Stokes We all have struggles we deal with from time to time. So, for this post I wanted to share with you my current struggle. My weight loss journey is in full effect not because it’s a New Year's resolution but because it’s for the sake of my health. I am on… Continue reading The Journey to Weight Loss

Over 40 and Traveling- Let’s Go!

Article Written By: LaRae September You are now in your forties and have successfully created a career, a wonderful family life, or maybe you are happily single. You have given your everything to make sure your family and career is content and well attended to for quite some time. You look up and realize it… Continue reading Over 40 and Traveling- Let’s Go!

My Life Behind the Camera: A Faith Walk Interview

Article Written and Interview By: Debbie Stokes Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you acted strictly on faith? So often we make choices based on what our present circumstances are and what we see. To go further, we base our decisions on how people see us and what people say… Continue reading My Life Behind the Camera: A Faith Walk Interview