Category: motivation

She’s Not Ignoring It.

Because language is important.  Because words are important. Because experiences are important, I thought it would be a good idea to post this blog again. 

I hope that you’re already having this discussion with your preteens and teens. I hope this enhances the conversation. And if you’re not having the discussion yet, I ask you to talk about it.

Please.

So she can be aware and be prepared.

Summer Ends. Marvelousness Doesn’t!

This year will be the 3rd Annual Marvelous Girls’ Summit! In the past, the summit was only open to 6th through 8th graders. This year, after many requests, the summit will include 5th grade girls! (YAAAY)! Early registration is open now for a short time. Don’t delay.

Marvelous 2018

Will you join us?
Great! Here are 5 quick ways to help us reach #20k2020 plus how you join MU internationally!

Tragedy. Art. Influence.  

Regarding Charlottesville, I have to add a disclaimer. My words and tone suggested that parents know what their son or daughter is doing every second of the day. How irresponsible of me.

Also on the show, Kalen McGuire. An artist, a photographer, a college student and my cousin!

Stop Winging It!

I’m pretty sure I’ve never shared my process with anyone, specifically my mentees. It’s important to me that they feel like we’re just catching up even though there is a method to my marvelousness 😊