By Shauna Weatherspoon
Let’s Talk Home Design…
“Something Old, Something New, Something Vibrant, Something BLUE!”
By Tandra Garvin
LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE means being energized and transformed well into your golden years by striking a healthy balance between Mind, Body, and Soul.
Get ready to meet the amazing women behind the stories featured in Be Well Magazine. Carmen Ray and Crystal Thompson sit down to talk with each contributor about their article, their business, and their life experiences that prepared them for who they are today. In the Spotlight will debut on Be Well for Women's Youtube page and Facebook group.
Spring has Sprung - and so has Be Well Magazine! We were able to GO Bigger by adding 10 new talented and resourceful contributors this quarter. I'm absolutely overjoyed by the direction of Be Well Magazine with the leadership and creativity of Crystal Thompson and Michael Damond. Collaboration is truly the new currency.
By Wendy Campbell, Wendy's Divine Travel
For as long as I can remember, I was trying to please other people. It took the majority of my life to realize that the one person I had not given any thought to was me.
I grew up in a single-parent household. But I was surrounded by so much family so I always felt loved. There is something to say about a father’s love and attention that brings a different kind of life to a young girl; I did not have that. My Dad was the popular guy in town and the hometown athlete. I thought if I played sports as he did, he would notice me. But he did not. Or at least I didn’t feel that way.
Written by Beverly Brown
Creative Consultive Dreams
You can choose to be a NEW YOU, or go back to the Old You from years gone by; OR choose to do the Same Ol’, Same Ol’ way of handling your goals, dreams and vision.
Yes, there is a difference between old and same ol’, same ol’. The Old You was growing and experiencing various things—probably aLOT of really bad things. However, the Same Ol’, Same Ol’ is still the old you but doing the same things over and over again finding yourself facing the same challenges from year to year. Repeating the procrastination, repeating the doubt in your mind, repeating the excuses you have managed to build up, and relying on them to keep you repeatedly operating in the same ol’, same ol’ just becomes useless, redundant and wasteful.
Written by Shauna Weatherspoon
I am Shauna Weatherspoon of SW Living and I am truly honored to share this new year message with the Be Well community as a writing contributor. The past year has had many ups and downs for so many of us, but if there is anything we have learned, it is to cherish the little moments in the day to day—especially moments spent with those we love.
Back in September 2020, I started contemplating what would be the "theme" and overall message for our January issue. Brainstorming my list of ideas, I decided on "The New Economy." So much in our local and global economy has changed, and unfortunately so many were unable to recover or pivot. Then there were others that we're able to adjust and soar. This is clearly our time to take inventory of our gifts, talents, and skills and make a decision to move our businesses from hobby to profit.