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Shelly Fisher

A special note from our founder

So much of what we experience takes strength, and we sometimes manage by limping through to the other side. We should pause to feel the success of getting through the challenge. Celebrate that we were able to put one foot in front of the other, even if the tank was on empty.

Learning you can depend on yourself is a powerful tool. It is a lesson life can never take from us. Teaching our children that they can depend on themselves and of course we believe in them helps empower them.

A FEW OF MY FAVORITE SAYINGS THAT I TURN TO

What I tell my daughter all of the time-
Life is journey, not a destination. Stop focusing only on big goals in the future for happiness. Life has only one destination and you don’t want to rush there. Look for those small moments. Stop, look up at the trees, the birds, a stranger who smiles at you. Make your daily journey mean something. Do positive things. Huge awards and big events are like fireworks. They come, they light up the sky for one moment and they are gone. Find small joys daily, even on days when life is just plain hard.

Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning how to dance in the rain. I have that saying on a card behind my desk.

Life is all about Plan B. “We plan, God laughs” is a popular expression. So often it’s all about our Plan B.

If you can take even one small step forward each day. One day you will turn around and realize you climbed a mountain.

Inhale the good shit-exhale the bullshit. Enough said.

Last but not least – “She knew she could”– You can do this! Find your inner Tough Bitch, that inner power, your inner cheerleader. It’s there!

Welcome to the Sisterhood!
Shelly