Clairol Root Touch-Up Review!
While what they say about blondes having more fun is true (well, probably… I’ve always been blonde, so I don’t know the other side of the story), the less fun part is the upkeep! Recently, Influenster sent me the Clairol Root Touch-Up completely complimentarily in exchange for my honest review, and if you’re curious about an at-home solution to expensive salon maintenance, read on!
Bold Moves Podcast Episode 147 Rayne Parvis
This week’s guest, for Bold Moves Podcast Episode 147 Rayne Parvis has made some bold moves! Rayne is currently a personal stylist. Before becoming a stylist, Rayne was a stand-up comedian by the name of Raynecat. Rayne stopped doing stand-up because writing jokes didn’t come easy to her. She wasn’t meant to be a stand-up comedian. The boldest move she’s ever made was entirely changing her career – swapping stand-up for styling, and spending every day helping people be their best selves. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 147 Rayne Parvis!
Bold Moves Podcast Episode 149 Shaniece Wise
This week’s guest, for Bold Moves Podcast Episode 149 Shaniece Wise has made some bold moves! Shaniece was an Executive Sales Director with Mary Kay for 14 years, driving a Pink Cadillac and everything! Shaniece helped over 150 consultants all over the country, teaching them how to build successful Mary Kay Businesses. Shaniece even earned National Awards and Recognition and was featured in Mary Kays Marketing Materials. But, one day she woke up and decided that she needed to start my own company and build my own brand in order to change more lives. She gave up everything, including the pink Cadillac and her income, to start a company that she could call her own. Shaniece now has her own Coaching and Consulting Firm where she serves all entrepreneurs, not just one industry. Her speaking, coaching and consulting business helps entrepreneurs Identify, Activate and Maximize their gifts. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 149 Shaniece Wise!
Bold Moves Podcast Episode 151 Aneisha Hughes
This week’s guest, for Bold Moves Podcast Episode 151 Aneisha Hughes has made some bold moves! Aneisha is the founder and CEO of a nonprofit program called Big Sister Little Sister. Big Sister Little Sister is a mentoring program that promotes life skills, self-esteem, confidence, trust, and social appropriateness. The organization strives to make a positive and lasting impact in schools, college campuses and in communities globally for women of all ages. Currently, the non-profit is active at 2 schools and counting with over 400 members! Aneisha is also an actress and a creator! Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 151 Aneisha Hughes!
Bold Moves Podcast Episode 153 Asehli Howe
This week’s guest, for Bold Moves Podcast Episode 153 Asehli Howe has made some bold moves! Asehli took a job at a political reporting law firm after college and hated everything about it. After only six months, She paid off her student loans and quit. She didn’t have any idea what she was going to do but knew that she would never work in an environment where she was disrespected again. After multiple jobs, from teaching at a summer camp to canvassing for Amnesty International, Asehli still couldn’t seem to find her place. Then, she signed up to volunteer with SF Women Against Rape, met Drusilla Cowan in the training to become a rape crisis counselor, and shortly after agreed to co-found Survivor Alliance. Since then it’s been a wild ride. Now, they are on a mission to engage society in a positive sexual revolution. They are changing the dialogue about all types of sex, the good and the bad, and giving people a place to finally ask the questions they’ve been silenced from bringing up. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 153 Asehli Howe!
Miscellaneous Mandie Stuff:
March Goals & Accountability
This year, I began a new monthly tradition of sharing my goals each month and for the quarter, along with my accountability toward those goals. It has been really valuable for me, for many reasons. One is that it has helped me to stay focused on what actions I need to do on a daily basis, or longer term, to get where I want to be. I think that many people don’t even realize it but find themselves off track, partially because they don’t necessarily know what their track is to begin with! So, that’s why I find it very valuable to share my March Goals & Accountability with you, my readers! And I also realize that it is the end of the first quarter of 2018 already (seriously, where did the time go??), which means even more that it’s time to check up on my progress! Yikes!