Jaye Raynor

“Hello All! 👋🏾

I just wanted to introduce myself. I’m Jaye Raynor the owner and lead instructor at CPR Mobile Instructor’s. I am a mobile instructor serving all 50 states for a fee. We are America Heart Association (AHA) certified and ready to assist you with all of your certifications and or renewal of certifications if needed. BLS, Heartsaver, family and friends, etc. individual or group classes are available to support your busy schedule. So, schedule your individual, group class, family class, daycare renewal, teachers, CNA, LPN, RN Healthcare personnel and the list keeps going on. Help learn to save a life….

Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have 214-538-6952″

Nicole Dake

Millennial Mom

Nicole is the proud mom of her two girls, Atlantis (19) and River(5).  Nicole shares her life with jer wonderful partner, Gary. 

Nicole is currently living in Germany with Gary and River.  Atlantis still lives in Colorado where she is the manager of a party store.

Being the parent of a little child as well as an adult provides her with a unique perspective on ages and stages parenting topics.

Nicole has a BA in Psychology from University of Colorado in 2008, which provides an additional background for the mental health issues that she writes about on the blog.

Nicole has mental health issues as well:  Anxiety, Depression and PTSD.  Nicole has found healing for these through therapy and medication.  As someone who has experience with these issues first-hand it enables Nicole to relate to mental health issues that others may be experiencing and provides an opportunity for advocacy.

Nicole was a young mom in her 20’s, working and putting her way through college.  Then, she became an older mom in her 30’s, trying to keep up with a little one again.  There are advantages to being a young mom, and to being an older mom.  Nicole has experienced both, so she has somewhat of a unique perspective.

Also, Nicole knows that when you add another baby to your family, it makes a big change to the dynamic of the family overall.  Their little one really does bring their whole family together, and makes their life complete.  “She brings us together, makes us laugh, and constantly is surprising us!”

Nicole says “You can never have too many mom friends, and I hope I can be a mom friend for you too!  We live in a day and age when our village has become more virtual, and connecting with other moms online is a big way to expand our village, because it really does take a village to raise a child!”

Check out her journey

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Tricia Scariano

“Inspiring others during my journey”

After 37 years in the hair industry Tricia continues to accomplish her goal to make people feel beautiful and confident in themselves. Tricia has accomplished that successfully and will continue to achieve that goal as long as she is a Stylist.

Tricia impact to others would be to express your creative flow through your craft. “Don’t be defined by a box set of rules. Of course follow the rules of education and State board, but use your mind and listen to what your client wants and needs. Sometimes you have to be creative and think outside the box. A hairstylist is an artist! Also, don’t overlook our elderly or people in nursing homes, they like to feel attractive and cared for also.” Tricia works on her day off from her priority job as a stylist for a senior living facility with a memory care unit. Tricia is the stylist for the clients/patients that have Alzheimer’s and Dementia… “It’s hard work with lots of lifting and patience… and I have around 12-14 appointments on that one day. However, even though they don’t remember me or know why I am there, when I finish shampooing and styling their hair they give me the best smiles!!! Some even come by the salon later on during the day just to watch me… every time I think of quitting I remember those things.. the smiles and the silent drop by visits 😊!”

Tricia’s dream project has always to be an educator, like the ones seen at Hair Shows for continuing education. In 2007 Tricia went to an extensive 4 day training in Austin Texas, along with her salon co-manager. It was 4 days of tough classroom and practical training through Armstrong McCall Beauty. Tricia became a Certified AMCET (Armstrong McCall Educative Trainer)! Tricia was able to go and educate salons and beauty schools about new trends, techniques, and product knowledge. Tricia enjoyed her time with Armstrong McCall, but she has moved on and wants to continue to grow with the company. Tricia is presently with which is Supercuts!!

“My advice to others would be to stick with it, don’t give up. There are times when you will get frustrated and feel like nothing is going right… take 10, calm down and remember why you chose this profession. Please continue your education, this is an ever changing industry and classes are offered periodically. Take them! Some are even offered for free, or a minimal fee. Stay on top of the current trends and you will be able to attend to your clients needs with CONFIDENCE!”

“Also, remember to enjoy what you do. If you love what you do.. you will never “work” a day in your life! ✌🏻”

Erik Fleming

Erik Fleming is a native of Chicago who became a man in Mississippi and is now trying to co-exist in Atlanta. Erik has many titles but he’s mostly a concerned citizen. 

Erik is an American politician who was a member of the Mississippi House of Representatives representing the 72nd district from 1999 to 2008. He was the Democratic nominee for one of the state’s two U.S. Senate seats in the November 4, 2008 general election, and was defeated. Erik is a former deputy sheriff with the Fulton County (GA) Sheriff’s Office. Previously, Erik was the Director of Policy with the American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi. Erik continues to advocate for the causes of African Americans through his podcast, A Moment with Eric Fleming.

Eric continues to educate and bring awareness on a day-to-day basis by bringing insight with his training, his knowledge, and his expertise.

http://www.erikrfleming.net

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Success Is Not Weak

Most people want to be well off, however, keep in mind for anyone to be successful it takes hard work. It is amazing how people look at others, especially successful people disregarding most of those people endured heavily to get to where they are now. Whatever you aspire to do no one owes you anything! You must put in your own work, your own time, and your own money! Do not expect others to do for you what you have not done for yourself! You must be the leader of your own success. Talent is not enough! Thoughts and ideas are not enough! The game plan is not enough! “You” must put in the work! There are no excuses for why “you” are unable or can’t get something done! Success is not for the weak. You must have self discipline, you must have self determination, you must apply self pressure!!!