Happy New Year! I hope this note finds you absolutely marvelous! I’m stopping in quickly to say thank you. Thank you for asking and thank you for waiting. You have been so patient in your waiting. You have asked nicely: So, when are you going to do an event for high school girls? 🙂 Or,…
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.
Best Day of My Life
Thank you for joining me and Marvelous University on this journey create a day for a girl to have one of the best days of her life, like this girl here.
YAY! Registration is OPEN!
Without a doubt, every girl, regardless of age, will leave the Marvelous Girls’ Summit knowing she IS a marvelous GIRL!
Don’t just take my word for it. Here is a testimonial from last year’s summit! 🙂
Race and Relationships Between Women & Girls
I invited two friends who I knew would be honest and not hold back their truth on their thoughts and ideas about the division in our society and what we can do truly model what it means to love your neighbor as yourself.
How You Can Change Her Mind
Daughters are amazing. I say that because my mama has always told me so. Even when I was a know-it-all teenager, she still referred to me as her #1 daughter. That could be because I’m her only daughter but hey, a fact is a fact. Even with that irreplaceable spot, it’s hilarious and strange to me how most of…
Marvelous Moms & Mentors
Mixed with humor, research and dare I say it, fun, we will get to the practical ways of how to get her be who you want her to be.
Thanksgiving & Jiggle
You’re probably thinking, how can a book for an 11-year-old apply to a girl who is 17 years-old, right?
4 Steps on How To Talk to Teens About Sexual Assault
Unfortunately, this topic doesn’t get much attention in religious circles. However, it is evident that we live in a rape culture, so I wanted to acknowledge this…in church.
Question from a parent, “My daughter loves Beyoncé. Should I allow her to watch Lemonade? ”