Tag Archives: Boss Ladies

December 06

LIVE AT FIVE: INTERVIEW WITH NEWS ANCHOR, KELLY D’AMBROSIO

  Kelly D’Ambrosio is currently the Evening Anchor for CBS2 News “Live at Five” and FOX28 “News at Nine” in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Previously at CBS2 and FOX28 Kelly was the morning show Anchor for CBS2 “This Morning” Fox28 “Morning Live” and CBS2 news at noon. Before moving to Iowa, Kelly was the Morning Show […]

August 08

A LETTER OF APOLOGY TO MY LAST BORN

  I don’t know how I found the following post. I stumbled upon it somehow, and I’m glad that I did. You see, I am a “last born,” a last born by far. Before entering kindergarten, my days were spent at home with my mom. She would let me drink leftover cold coffee (for which […]

June 27

FORGET ME KNOTS

FROM A PLACE OF HARDSHIP AND DARKNESS, DEALING WITH ANOREXIA AND DEPRESSION, TAYLLOR LEMPHERS FOUND HERSELF CAUGHT UP IN THE LIE THAT SHE WAS NOT ENOUGH. UNTIL ONE DAY SHE STOPPED RUNNING FROM THE PAST, AND STARTED TO UNDERSTAND HER VALUE. AND TODAY, THROUGH HER JEWELRY BUSINESS, FORGET ME KNOTS (FMKS), SHE ALLOWS HER JOURNEY TO SERVE AS A BEACON OF LIGHT TO WOMEN ACROSS THE WORLD. THIS IS HER STORY.

May 22

Model Talks Industry and What It’s Like To Work With Anne Hathaway

Emily Doyle is a 24 year old model from the sunny state of Florida, who currently resides in Brooklyn. You may recognize her from the major movie starring Anne Hathway, The Intern. We had the opportunity to ask Emily a few questions about what it’s really like to have one of the most seemingly “glamorous” careers out there, and also, “What’s Anne Hathaway like!?”

April 17

Help! I have no Instagram followers!

Editor’s Note: Emily Thomas first published this post on her own blog www.thebegoodblog.com. BY EMILY THOMAS “Help!” She cries, looking desperately at her impoverished number of Instagram followers. “I’m doomed! Forget about my bikini body, 25 lunges and kale green salad, there is no-one out there to see it!”   But honestly, what is happening with the world, […]

December 21

Jessica Grace Allen: Director of Still Waters, Founder of The Refinery and Maiden from Maiden South

The Refinery was created in November of 2013 to sustain the home of Still Waters, a safe place for women and their children in south Georgia. We seek to provide job skills, develop opportunities and create a sense of community for our current and former residents. Our goal is to create something beautiful from regional and recycled resources; to invest in the potential of our ladies and to be an ever-present light in our community. We take our name from Psalm 66:10 as we believe we are all in a refining process. We are carried through difficult times, we are stripped of things that seem to matter and we are being made new. We are best when work together; rubbing like sandpaper at times to a smoother, softer, level surface. The Refinery is a non-profit social enterprise in Bainbridge, Georgia. All proceeds from sales of The Refinery go to Still Waters. Still Waters is a free faith-based residence where women are given tools to re-establish themselves through a variety of resources

November 30

Solo Travel Girl Inspires Others to Travel Alone, Not Lonely

Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., a hiking trail led Jennifer Huber to a career path in tourism. She has worked in the tourism industry for more than 20 years including 10 years with a park management company in Yellowstone, Death Valley and Everglades National Parks. She currently lives in Southwest Florida, is the public relations manager […]