1. Tell a silly joke to make someone laugh 2. Donate food to a local food pantry 3. Do a chore for someone in your family 4. Donate your time to wrapping gifts to raise money for a charity 5. Tape chnae to a vending machine
For the past nine years, I have watched my daughter grace the stage in the production of the Nutcracker. From a tiny mouse, to playing Clara, to dancing Chinese, to now dancing the snow scene and in the Spanish trio. I watch with pride as her magic unfolds on the stage. Ballet is an extremely… Continue reading Finding your magic
Human Rights Day is observed by the international community every year on December 10th.When the General Assembly adopted the Declaration, with 48 states in favor and eight abstentions, it was proclaimed as a "common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations", towards which individuals and societies should "strive by progressive measures, national and… Continue reading Acts of Kindness and Human Rights Day
This past few weeks I have been really struggling. After another bout with vertigo landed me at urgent care, and a diagnosis with Meniere's Disease I have been in bed most of the week. Each day praying for the spinning to stop, praying for relief, and even praying that if this is the downward spiral… Continue reading The scariest thoughts make us human
Inspirational role models are all genders, ethnicities, shapes, sizes, and ages. Today I am highlighting a 14 year old young woman who epitomizes what a role model is. Mackenzie is not only my daughter, but she is one of the kindess and purest souls I know. Wise beyond her years but still young at heart… Continue reading Meet Inspirational Role Model-Mackenzie Pinet
I cheer for people. I believe there is enough sun for everyone. Lately this has been at the forefront of my thoughs, as I have watched others who may not have this philosophy. None of us know what the other had been through. No two people are the same, no two people will ever face… Continue reading I cheer for people, Do you???
When I was diagnosed with lupus and Breast Cancer my biggest fear was how to handle these adversities with a child who would see everything. Children are sponges and I was fearful my aliments would put a burden on our small child, at the time. I'm the mom and my job is to take care… Continue reading Wise words from a 14 year old caregiver
As National Gratitiude month comes to a close I wanted to remind of you of something. The secret of having it all, is knowing you already do! I have spoken a lot this month of living in the moment, gratitude, and self love. All ingredients for a great life recipe. But for this recipe you… Continue reading The secret to a grateful heart
Happy Thanksgiving my Fabulous Fighters, Friends and Family! It seems so fitting that National Care giver month is also the month we give thanks for all our blessings. I wanted to take a moment to thank YOU! You all are why Fabulously Fighting is thriving. You read my thoughts, share your own stories, and keep… Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
A runner who is training for a marathon will run hundreds of miles to prepare for the 26.2 mile race. Each week has been planned out month's in advance to build the proper stamina and speed for the race. Let's put this into perspective when it comes to mindfulness and gratitude. Continuing with National Gratitude… Continue reading Training for the mind