Cut It Out Certified

I am now certified and on the Professional Beauty Association at a certified trainer of Beauty Salon owners and employees to recognize DV, as well as assist the victim. I am beyond pleased that I can offer this service! Solving DV starts seeking out where it hides: behind closed doors. Hair stylists and beauty consultantsContinue reading “Cut It Out Certified”

I Am A Crusader for Women

***NOTE: this post was supposed to “autopublish” and was scheduled for May 3rd. I apologize for its lateness and for technical difficulties!*** Feminist. Women’s Rightist. Man Hater. I’ve honestly heard it all. I am a woman who wants for women to do better and be better. I like the term “Crusader for Women.” That soundsContinue reading “I Am A Crusader for Women”

#Bloganuary Bliss: #22

“Be the change you wish to see in this world.” — Mahatma Gandhi I am the type of person that will voice their opinion, but I also walk the walk, meaning, I am willing to make change instead of just complain about it. Anyone can complain. When I was a high school teacher, that’s whatContinue reading “#Bloganuary Bliss: #22”

State Legislation Watch

With my involvement with the re-viving of “Laura’s Law,” I have found some other interesting pending legislation that would be in the realm of “must watch,” as they deal with aspects of domestic abuse. Also, being a DV advocate, it’s good to keep tabs on such things. I am reporting for my state of Indiana;Continue reading “State Legislation Watch”

Warrior Mode Activated

Maybe it sounds corny, to which I honestly don’t care, but I’ve decided to choose an intention word for 2022 — a theme, if you will It always seems as though I have themes at work, daily, and it’s as if God is seeing if I’m paying attention. It makes me laugh and gives meContinue reading “Warrior Mode Activated”