Now that I’m approximately 1/2 way finished with writing my first book and feel like I’ve gotten the hang of it, I think that I have enough knowledge to teach others how they can write the first half of their own how-to/self-help book.
Supplies you’ll need:
*Something throwable [click to continue…]
I haven’t posted in quite a while here and that’s not good because as I’ve said in previous blog posts, this is the web space that kinda keeps me sane.
This is the only place where I don’t have a “target market”, don’t have to watch what I write as to not piss anyone off or fear that my unorthodox opinions will make people hate me.
I haven’t posted in a minute because I’ve been focusing on YoungMomsClub.com, planning the Tribal Truth Speaks event and writing my first book that I hope to have finished by the end of the year.
Well now, the Tribal Truth event is less than 2 weeks away and I’m stoked!
It’s been quite a learning experience and thankfully I had 4 of my tribe sisters step up to be part of the committee and they’ve been amazing.
Along with planning the event, I’m also going to be a speaker.
My initial idea was to do a speech about Teenage Motherhood, similar to my TEDxWomen talk.
But after really thinking about the theme of the event “I am enough”, I just felt really called to speak about society’s views of beauty.
So in my speech, “The value of beauty”, I’ll be sharing my learning experiences around my personal stories of being valued for my beauty, how I accidentally learned to manipulate men and ultimately got sick of not being valued for my inner beauty.
If you’re in Las Vegas on May 18, 2013, I’d love to have you come to the event!
It’s going to be such an eye-opening, powerful day. The other speakers and performers are just incredible. I’m so amazing by these women who have all come together and opened themselves up truthfully and vulnerably to create this piece of art. This is really something you don’t want to miss.
For more details and to register click here… I really hope to see you there [click to continue…]
I just had a major Reality Check.
I just finished an intense kettle ball class that kicked my ass. I was already sore to begin with so I started thinking of the pain I’m gonna be in this weekend and the letters “FML” came to mind.
Then I looked at the 4 (yes, 4) loads of clean laundry that I washed yesterday and haven’t folded yet. I imagined folding everything, ironing out the wrinkles from being crumpled up all night, putting everything away in the right drawers and closets and then immediately proceeding to slit my wrists.
Then I looked at my ridiculously long business “To-do” list which includes several projects that I’ve taken on that are completely out of my league (in typical Danielle fashion) that I need to up my learning curve in a jiffy to accomplish. Then I realized [click to continue…]