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5 Lessons for Ambitious Women from Beyoncé’s Superbowl Performance

  Embed from Getty Images When Beyoncé drop her eponymously titled collection in December 2013, the world indeed stopped. The 32 track collection of songs and videos– released with no advertising, advance singles, or leaked tunes– changed the music game forever. She had fans from her beloved “Beyhive” arriving to their day jobs with little sleep […]

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My 5 Biggest Goal-Setting Mistakes

One thing you should know right from the start is that life coaches aren’t perfect. We are human and go through trials and tribulations. What makes us uniquely gifted is how we’re able to turn those experiences into strategies to transform our clients’ lives. Personally, I believe that my transparency is power because you can […]

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3 Essentials You MUST Do for Your 2016 Goals to Work

We are days from the New Year, the season when we turn a new page in our lives literally and figuratively. Read these 3 essentials to make your 2016 goals work. Ditch the S-words The first thing you have to do for your 2016 goals to be prosperous is let go of expectations. We say, […]

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5 Goal-Setting Tips and Truths

Good morning Butterfly Boos! I’m on Thanksgiving break from my day job, and you know what happens when we have too much time on our hands- you start reminiscing about the past. For me, those memories come with so many smiles and pure joy. I can honestly say 2015 has been the best year of […]

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What Your Money Habits Reveal About You

When I tell people I’m running a course about healing your relationship with money, I am usually met with one of two responses. If they’ve already “passed” the Are You Ready to Heal quiz, they’ll whisper their private struggles and dysfunctional habits. If they’re still in denial, they’ll list all the reasons why their bank account balances are due to circumstances […]

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LTheory Swag: T-Shirts, Mugs, and Phone Cases

Hey Butterfly Boos! I’m so excited to introduce new L Theory swag, fresh off the press. As the weather cools down, it’s the perfect opportunity to add some new long-sleeved tees and a coffee mug for your pumpkin spice latte. Check out the full range here. When you get your swag, post it on Instagram. Tag […]

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5 Ways You’re Sabotaging Healing and How to Stop

We all mean well. We start of our healing journey (or our diet, church membership, book club, relationship) swearing that this time, we will be dedicated. We get all the necessary supplies and set our alarm clock to begin tomorrow ready. This motivation works for a few days and then bad habits set in. Before we realize […]

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Are You Ready to Heal?

I’m Listening One thing I’ve learned on this life journey is how to listen. We should listen to not only the feedback that people give, but to the coincidences and answered prayers in life. In his book When God Winks, Squire Rushnell says these coincidences are “godwinks” guiding our path. Last week, the overwhelming response […]

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Heal Your Relationship with Money

Yesterday when I did my Scope on my relationship to money and self-care, I had NO IDEA how many of you all experienced the same thing. I got so many texts, inbox messages, and comments of other women sharing their stories and challenges. It’s clear. You need to heal your relationship with money. I can’t […]

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Money and Self-Care: Tips and More

My journey with money and self-care hasn’t been the easiest. I grew up believing that I was supposed to put myself last and that I could only spend money on myself when there was enough left over. I thought that it was normal to stress about bills and “rob Peter to pay Paul.” It wasn’t until […]