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5 tips to help you to boost your Mental Health

1.  Think about what you're thinking about.  Be aware of your thoughts.  When negative thoughts are overwhelming you, stop them by intentionally thinking positive thoughts.  Your thoughts soon become your attitude, your actions, and your reality.

2. Set your focus on your strengths.  Gain confidence, courage, and positive energy by recalling your strengths.  Then allow your areas of strength to build the areas in which you need improvement.

3. Go for a walk outdoors.  Enjoying nature can boost both your brain and physical health.  Walk around your block and say hello to a neighbor, stroll the beach or visit a local park.  Research has shown sunlight synthesizes Vitamin D which can boost your immune system. 

4. Smile! Research has proven that smiling can improve your mood, boost your immune system and reduce stress.

5. Slumber and sleep.  Sleep increases your productivity, your ability to concentrate and reduces heart disease.

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I am a proud native of Tampa, Florida!  I am married to Willie, a loving and supportive husband of 21 years, and we have two sons. 

I am a graduate of Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida, with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management.  For over 15 years

I have enjoyed serving in leadership, coaching, training, facilitation, and mentoring women from ages 16 to 90!  My varied and extensive leadership knowledge, community service and work experience in a corporate environment, integrity-based sales, and bible study leadership have been successful by the grace of God.  I am excited to continue pouring my heart out to the community to provide practical tools to successfully manage your relationships, career, and, most importantly, your soul.


To increase my knowledge base, I am enrolled in a Mental Health Coach program with Light University, a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), with a certification by September 2022.  My goal is to use my personal testimony and training to facilitate effective pathways to wholeness and healing.  I inspire souls to lead a purposeful and awarding life with soul care and mental wellness!

I enjoy walking, biking, gardening, family game nights, & traveling!  As a lifelong learner, my family and I  are discovering the benefits and joy of vegan plant-based foods!

I also enjoy cooking and baking for my family.

I am so very grateful for the full support of my husband, two sons, my sister, and my Circle of Sisters.  My Circle of Sisters has been instrumental in loving & supporting me!

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I love the beauty and splendor of nature!

Did you know...


Thoughts are real, physical things that occupy mental real estate.  Moment by moment, every day, you are changing the structure of your brain through your thinking.  When we hope, it is an activity of the mind that changes the structure of our brain in a positive and normal direction.

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Switch on Your Brain

The Key to Peak Happiness, Thinking, and Health

Dr. Caroline Leaf

A new study has suggested that an average person has 6,200 thoughts per day. Literally, thousands of thoughts cross your mind throughout the day.

Are your thoughts primarily positive or negative? Because your thoughts dictate your actions!

Managing your thinking is essential for survival, so use your daily thoughts to your advantage.

I can show you how you can do it!

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