A sabbatical is a well-earned break from years of work, usually involving some travel. It is a great opportunity to take some time for yourself, expand your horizons, and take stock of where you are in life through enriching experiences.
Today, an article came out that I was featured in. It is titled. “38 Underrepresented World Wide Talents That You Need To Know.” It is from The Fresh Faces Project. I am ecstatic right now! I feel so honored and blessed!
I wanted to share a link with you all to a guest post I did for the lovely Christy over at When Women Inspire. She was nice enough to invite me over to her site. The piece I did for her is called “My Bipolar Mind: A Blessing in Disguise.” Do you think it’s possible to be able to look at your own mental illness as a blessing in disguise?
I had the pleasure of working with Christy from When Business Inspire and I would love to share the Guest Post that I wrote for her site. Unfortunately, there is no reblog option so I am just going to share the link with you all. It is called: Mental Health In The Workplace: To Tell or Not To Tell.
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Suicidal Kids: 14 Warning Signs Moms Need To Watch Out For. Article Link. Please read because you could possibly save a life if you know the warning signs of someone that is considering suicide.
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