4 Tips to Stay on Track Over the Weekend

What are YOU doing with your weekend? Are you doing something every day that your future self will thank you for? We all get the same 24 hours in a day. You can’t spend Monday through Friday working on your own goals and side hustle and when the weekend comes along, everything flies out of the window. This my friend, is how you don’t win. Now I’m not saying don’t have fun, I’m saying that if you want something that bad, you need to work towards it almost every single day. Yes, this includes the weekend.

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Goddess Provisions Subscription Box Review – August 2019

When I speak my truth in a loving and compassionate way, my words are fully received and welcomed.

The Goddess Box is a $33 per month subscription box. The box I am reviewing is the August 2019 box, valued at about $300, that also included a Voice Activation Class that is valued around $194!

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So you want to be an influencer? -How to find your niche market

It is no question that influencer marketing is becoming a big deal in the social media world. Nowadays you can’t scroll through anything on your phone without consuming content and seeing an ad for shampoo from your favorite beach bum. So why can’t you be one of these people? As Gary Vee himself says, influencer marketing has just begun, and it’s very underpriced. So how do you get started? Well, here I am to help you with STEP ONE of this process. Figure out your niche and run with it.

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My Summer Round Up


This shoot was inspired by Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado.Styled by Jess. Models: Ellie Norkina and Devon Williams. Photography: Bryan Ralphs.

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My top 5 thrifting/reselling tips

Thrifting for me has basically been a family tradition, I remember being dragged to thrift stores and yard sales as a kid. I didn’t start to appreciate thrifting until recently, where I realized I not only was doing something that was nostalgic, but I was making money off of it.


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