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New Year and Lots of Plans! WomenHelpingWomen

I hope all of you had a blessed Thanksgiving and Christmas and are having a lovely New Year. As for me, I have lots of plans for 2023 - especially for the readers of this blog. I have some ideas for a couple of small books that I want to write for you. And after I finish a current Upwork job, I will also be planning several new posts for this blog. God has been showing me these plans and ideas for a few months, so I hope you will find them to be endearing and helpful in your life. It will take 2-3 years to complete all the projects that I currently have planned, so I'm very happy you'll be along on this journey. 

I call this plan my #WomenHelpingWomen mission. If at any time, you have questions or anything you want to add as I follow through with these plans (blog posts, creations, books), you can always leave a comment below or send me an email through the contact form on the right side of this page. I have no idea where the starting point will be, but I will start soon. I hope to have new posts starting no later than February 1, 2023.

As most of you know, my dream is to use my God-given talents, skills, and knowledge to help as many women as possible. That is what God's plans are for you, as readers and visitors of this blog. We all need to feel loved and special, and that's what I want to continue to provide here. And I thought today was a good day to unveil this to you. 😊

Be sure to sign up for the newsletter also at the top of the page. My plans also include getting at least 1 newsletter out to you each month as well. Thank you for dropping by today. I hope you'll drop by frequently for my new #WomenHelpingWomen mission.

New Year WomenHelpingWomen
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May God bless you and keep you safe,



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