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Becoming A Better Risk Taker at this Wednesday from 9 to 10:30 am - B.I.G. Meeting

Topic: Becoming A Better Risk-taker
Speaker: Chris Pallotti (Strategic Life Plans Coaching & Consulting)
It’s a new year and you’ve set some big goals.
Maybe you’ve even created a vision for what you want, where you want to go and how you’ll achieve your goals. 266 more words

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: THE SISTERHOOD: Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Reflections on a snow day, 1/27/15. As I read the papers yesterday, I was captivated by the story on Britain’s 30% Club, started by Helena Morrissey, an influential money manager. 427 more words

#ny Times

Whitney Christina on the B.I.G. Launch

Hello –

I want  to remind you about a new group that I am forming in Bloomfield.

Build, Inspire, Grow – B.I.G. is a national support, education and networking group designed to bring women together to share their work ideas, visions, challenges and even frustrations. 225 more words

The Center For Holistic Empowerment

Beautiful Stories: Debbie

“My heart is so blessed when I get to help so many women on so many levels!”

Debbie Keady has a heart for women, ministry and style, and has been a faithful Vi Bella: Beautiful Life Ambassador for more than a year. 407 more words

Beautiful Life

Registration is now open for "Prescription for Good Health!"

Registration is now open for

 Karin Lewis Ph.D.

Prescription for Good Health!

Learn Karin’s secret keys

for living and really thriving, in good health. 77 more words

Beautiful Stories: Amanda

“The women at Vi Bella are like my family. They provide support whenever I need it.”

Amanda is a 30 year old single mom to three young kids ages 7 to 12. 362 more words

Beautiful Life

Happy New Year from the TCHE staff

New Year’s Eve celebrations typically include singing (or slurring) the song, Auld Lange Syne. This Scottish ballad was written by Robert Burns in the 1700s. It is believed by many to have retained its popularity for nearly 300 years primarily because of its sentimental and universal appeal to our desires for community. 423 more words