Dr. LaTrea Shine has had a passion for education for most of her life. “My father is very into education and he pushed me to get the highest level of education possible,” she said smiling. So after she finished her four-year degree for Management Information Systems at the University of Georgia in 1997, she immediately went out to pursue and receive her MBA at NC State.
I recently discovered the art of bullet journaling. As a person who lives and dies by her calendar, I’m officially hooked. There were quite a few podcasts I listened to this year that stressed the importance of writing things down by having a physical planner and not just a virtual one. It makes sense, because the more you write it down, the more likely you are to remember.
Last Friday, December 7, I had the pleasure of meeting Jen Sincero, a #1 NY Times best-selling author. I discovered she was doing a book signing and talk at one of our local bookstores a few months back and immediately purchased a ticket to the event.
As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to start thinking about next year. What are your goals? What do you hope to accomplish in 2019? What is your vision? These are all great questions to ask yourself as you start to build your vision board.
Fitness has always been a part of Brooke Bongiorno’s life. As a child, she took gymnastics and dance and later moved on to figure skating and ice hockey. Her eating habits weren’t always great and she realized they were connected to some of the health issues she was having. After buying P90X for her husband one Christmas, Brooke decided to do it with him. “I did the food plan and workouts with him and saw great results,” she said. After having her fourth child, she knew she had to make some serious changes in her life.