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Monthly Affirmation: I Am Supported (sponsored)

This monthly affirmation is brought to you by Jill Faulkner of Stick With It Co. Use promo code “SheSpark” to get FREE shipping on all sticky-note packages.  Feeling supported makes things easier to deal with. When you know someone has your back, their support can help alleviate anxieties, and relieve stress. What stinks is when we […]

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Monthly Affirmation: “I Am Willing To Change” (sponsored)

Year after year, January 1st seems to give us this permission to make changes.  I say resolutions schmesolutions. Are you really ready and willing to change right now? I think it’s too much pressure. Resolutions need not be driven by a calendar. When you are ready, you will be, BUT you also have to be willing. I am willing […]

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November 2017 Monthly Affirmation: “I am Capable” (sponsored)

Monthly affirmation by Jill Faulkner of StickWithIt.co “I am Capable” Does that brain of yours ever tell you you’re not capable? Tell that brain to reflect on every experience you’ve had, every job you’ve done, every school project you’ve completed (the night before it was due–  just me?), every homework assignment (you’ve also completed the night […]

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Monthly Affirmation: “I Am Enough” (sponsor)

A monthly affirmation by Jill Faulkner of StickWithIt.co Thoughts can creep in that lead us to believe we are not enough. These thoughts are influenced by society, media, family, friends, co-workers, strangers, and ourselves. When we affirm “I am enough,” those outside influences and internal voices quiet down. We are able to go within to find peace […]

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Monthly Affirmation: I Am Courageous (sponsor)

by Jill Faulkner, StickWithIt.co Why did I include this affirmation in Stick With It packs? When people told me I was courageous, I had a hard time believing them. It didn’t feel like courage, I was just doing what had to be done. Quitting a job that was tearing me apart, moving forward from friendships that […]

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