I'm so hopeful that our first issue of 2022 finds you well. Create the time to curl up with your coffee, tea, or cosmo and really engage with Be Well Magazine this year.
By breaking everything down into simple, small, and manageable components, you’re much less likely to procrastinate. For a lot of people, this is a very effective way to consistently get a lot done. Try mini-tasking instead of multi-tasking and watch your efficiency soar! Click here to download the FREE GUIDE
Over the past 10 years, Small Business Saturday generated more than $120 billion worth of activity for small businesses. They did 2 things that each and every one of us can do in our own business. Continue reading and we'll let you in on the secret.
It's hard to believe we're in the final stretch of 2021. We made it through 2020 with great expectations for 2021. At minimum, I thought we would have the Pandemic behind us, but instead it's becoming our new normal.
All we do is WIN is an affirmation and our theme for this quarter’s Be Well Magazine issue. Wendy Campbell, was selected as our cover contributor for several reasons.
By Shontina Gladney
Ladies, this is your summer to truly be well as you hit the beaches and swimming pools of the World. You ARE putting some adult recess on your calendars, right? As I began to think about my summer agenda I promised myself that it would not be boring!
By Shauna Weatherspoon
Let’s Talk Home Design…
“Something Old, Something New, Something Vibrant, Something BLUE!”
By Carmen Ray
Hello Be Well for Women Readers,
It’s here!! Our highly anticipated issue with the theme that is so near and dear to me as an entrepreneur for over 30 years is here—as a living, breathing testimony! I have learned so much and weathered many storms, but through it all I have landed firmly on my perspective on collaboration.
By Wendy Campbell
My Grandfather was one of my favorite people in the world. He was the first entrepreneur I knew personally. He owned land and rental properties in the little town of Rillito, where my family grew up. We even have a Campbell Street there. I didn’t know it at the time, but he was building a legacy for his children to leave to their children.
By Conchetta Jones
I have decided to share some simple tips that you can implement into your life immediately. Often, we receive information and advice that is complicated to carry out; there are just too many steps. We cannot envision how to add this or that into our routine, so we become overwhelmed and, instead, do nothing.