Posts in Inspirational
A Galentine's Interview feat. Jen Menard Olano

When did you realize you wanted to be a photographer? Actually, it sort of “accidentally” happened to me!  I was home schooled in middle school, and had the freedom to spend time exploring new things I enjoyed…

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A Galentine's Celebration feat. The Power Pump Girls

We have hosted Galentine’s Day parties with our close group of friends for the past several years and decided we wanted to scale it this year to include our PPG squad. We value our girlfriends and the time we share with each other, but we also know that there’s a bigger community and we have extended girlfriends in Baton Rouge. Community matters to us and we wanted to share this special “holiday” with ours.

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What Drives Your Productivity While Working From Home?

I have to say, working from home can be death or life to productivity. If you've done it before, you know how easy it can be to choose laundry or some other house task that you don't even like over your never ending work duties (you know... the ones you desperately want to check off your list but you're simultaneously dreading). Even if you don't work from home, you probably have felt the pull of those million billion "things" just waiting to steal your productive day right from under your nose. With that in mind, I've been surveying my habits and, although I'm no productivity expert, I've noticed some things that really help me sail through the day.

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On Food and Start-ups: Interview with Emilie Hebert

What would your advice be to someone starting a side-hustle? Make sure you love what you do enough to do it tirelessly. And make sure you’re not doing it solely for money. I have many people who contact me wanting to make money on their blog when they haven’t done the hard work of building a community. You have to love what you do so much that you would be willing to work at it for awhile unpaid. Also...

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Head in the Clouds, Feet on the Ground

As creative entrepreneurs, we're often faced with the challenge of reigning in our big ideas and lofty dreams.  When we were starting our company as event planners, we were quickly nicknamed the "professional dreamers," as our job was to - quite literally - dream up BIG ideas! But what do you do when you come to the crossroads of following your wildest dreams and keeping a sensible mindset of the real world you live in?

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Sometimes winning doesn't feel like winning

There's usually a conflict in my life between the tangible and the actual.
Lies relentlessly plague my mind attacking the things God has spoken over my life.
To be honest, not many days go by without a mental attack against my salvation, peace, or joy.

It's all over. You'll never get past this. I've won and God lost. Not even Jesus' blood can redeem this situation.

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