Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – January 13, 2019

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – January 13, 2019

If you’re a fan of Pink Collar Savvy & Chic Victoria, Season 3 starts tonight on PBS!

Whether you’re happily awaiting the return or curious about checking it out,

Here’s a preview:

https://player.pbs.org/viralplayer/3019263727/

Happy viewing!

Be savvy & chic,

~Pink  Collar Coach

 

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Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – January 12, 2019

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – January 12, 2019

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Wishing on Wings

So blessed to be his daughter,

So proud to bear his name.

So thankful for his friendship

And love that never changed.

Been missing him for 18 years,

Longing for an eternity more.

Praying I’ll see my hero’s face

As I walk through heaven’s door.

Days spent wishing –– for that very thing,

Not a single one of them has passed

Without his wind beneath my wings.

I’ll love you forever Daddy,

~Pink Collar Coach 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – Happy New Year & Beginning to Blog Again!

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – Happy New Year & Beginning to Blog Again!

It’s Day 1 of 2019 and the first day since I started my new role as a Women’s Center Director that I’ve posted. I’m not exactly sure how to manage being a wife, mother, Life Coach, author and blogger, but I’ve missed this –– I’ve missed you –– and am determined to get back to writing regularly. I did it consecutively for over a year after all! Recently, a conversation with a dear friend, Valerie, has inspired me to get incorporate servant leadership and social service into the blog, but I’ve yet to work out the details. And of course I still want to feature style and Shabby Chic decor –– like my tree! Now that I’m renting a tiny house for personal and professional use, there are lots of fresh photos to share. Then there’s faith, the foundation of everything I do. Though I’ve been at it for a bit now, I must confess I still feel like a novice/beginning blogger and am somewhat overwhelmed…

This morning’s devotion, however, entitled Something New, spoke to God’s work in our lives and encouraged me: “I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness, I will create rivers in the dry wasteland.” – Isaiah 43:19 NLT. How exciting is that! I don’t know what 2019 holds, but it’s so good to know Who holds 2019! Can’t wait to see what He does in my family, my career, my writing –– my life! And yours!

Blessings for your best year yet!

~Pink Collar Coach

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A Shabby Chic Christmas! All ornaments, tree skirt, ribbon topper and valance are from the           Simply Shabby Chic line at Target. The ribbon came with a quilt and got repurposed. The white tree –– my fantasy finally realized was $40 from Walmart. Who knew?
Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 11, 2018

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 11, 2018

If the road you’re facing a D –– a personal barrier or challenge that negatively impacts you professionally –– like a difficult, bumpy road, take heart! God can make it lead to a beautiful destination and your best life!

Beautiful Destinations

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 4, 2018

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 4, 2018

Spent this morning providing some career coaching by revising a resume. Love living my purpose by encouraging and supporting others to live their best personal and professional lives!

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Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 3, 2018

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 3, 2018

Create in me a pure heart, O God,  

and renew a steadfast spirit within me. 

~ Psalm 51:10,  NIV 

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Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 2, 2018

Pink Collar Coach’s Positivity Post – October 2, 2018

Though I’m trying to make a go of my business, Pink Collar Savvy & Chic, when a perfect career opportunity presents itself, I go for it. Yesterday I had a second interview for a Women’s Center Director position where I had to present a comprehensive 90-Day plan for residents. At the end of my Power Point, the Chief of Operations let me know he was impressed with how smart I am. As a feminine, petite, small-voiced female, that’s not always people’s  first impression of me. Whether I get the job or not, I feel confident he and my other interviewer heard my message load and clear!

Hard Smart Worker