“Cincy Lifestyles” Interview – Chick-Fil-A 5K Fun Run for Hope House Mission Airs Tomorrow – 10am

“Cincy Lifestyles” Interview – Chick-Fil-A 5K Fun Run for Hope House Mission Airs Tomorrow – 10am

It’s Day 37 of the Pink Collar Savvy & Chic on Purpose Project, and the Cincy Lifestyles interview on the Chick-Fil-A 5K Fun Run for Hope House Mission, where I represented my agency as the Women’s Center Director, airs tomorrow. Chick-Fil-A has partnered with Hope House Mission on this race for the 3rd year with all proceeds to benefit Hope House, which is celebrating 30 years of serving homeless women, children and men in Butler and surrounding counties. Acting as the spokesperson is such an honor and presented the opportunity to briefly share how I’m blessed to use my story of overcoming the domestic violence that led to my own homelessness to serve the women at Hope House. By doing so I’m able to minimize this  D –– or barrier women face ––  in order to not only maximize beauty and my best life, but to coach, encourage and inspire other women to do so as well.  All to His glory.

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On the “Cincy Lifestyles” set at our local news station, WCPO, Channel 9.                                Mona Morrow, our television host and Ed Hennel, Chick-Fil-A Marketing Director.                                             Me, Pink Collar Coach/Hope House Women’s Center Director.                                                          In my signature pink Calvin Klein blazer, blouse, pencil skirt, hose and kitten heels.                All TJ Maxx.

As a relatively new blogger –– today actually marks three years since I signed up with Word Press, but I’ve been blogging for two years –– I’m still struggling with finding my niche or voice or both. I believe I’ve nailed my purpose –– not just for my business and writing, but for my life. Still, I struggle to engage readers. And being even more transparent, I compare myself to other bloggers who get tons of followers, likes and comments. Consequently, I’ve begun to really pray about what God wants me to write and the revelation scares me. I feel compelled to go beyond the surface –– deep into the really ugly Ds so I can really reach those who need to hear those stories. But I’m frightened about exposing that much of myself.  This interview scratches the tip of the iceberg because I publicly reveal that I became homeless after my abusive marriage ended…And I have some haters…

Even so, I’m committed to following the leading of what I believe is the Holy Spirit in my life. Because ultimately, I want to my pain to serve a purpose in the lives of other women to let them know that if God can take all my Ds –– my rock bottom –– and use it as the solid foundation upon which I am building not only the rest of my life but the best of my life, He can do it for them. When it’s all said, done and written, pointing the way to  Him and bringing Him glory through my personal and professional life is the real way to be Pink Collar Savvy & Chic. 

I pray this “Cincy Lifestyles” interview that airs tomorrow not only brings people out for the race but accomplishes  that.

Be savvy & chic,

~Pink Collar Coach