Fix Her Crown Award…We All Need it Sometimes

I received a nomination, for the Fix Her Crown award, from Esme and you can read all about her at Esme Salon at esmesalon.com. I really think you would enjoy this blog very much, so check it out as soon as possible.

I am honored for her to nominate me today, when I was just commenting on her Facebook post. I think Esme so much for nominating me and my blog DaRealTalk.com for this award.

This award was originally launched by Cindy at CINDY GOES BEYOND Living Life Beyond the Edges.

Thank you Esme so much for the nomination!!!

The rules are simple:

  1. Thank the person who nominated you and link to her blog.
  2. Copy and paste these rules to your post and please include a link to the Fix Her Crown Award post.
  3. Post three photos of just yourself and write a short caption beneath each about why you chose that photo.
  4. Nominate seven women for the Fix Her Crown Award, women who lend a helping hand to the woman whose crown seems too heavy, who appreciate the sister who dares to be her own glorious self, who raise strong young women, who smile at the sister journeying alone and walk alongside her for a time, who stand with the sister whose crown has been knocked off her head time after time and women who shine as their own beautifully unique selves.
  5. Link to the blogs of the seven nominees.

My 3 Photos

Ok this is me at my three job, lol.

The first is home (Wife and Mom): My big job!!!

Wife and Mom

The second is Me the Therapist.

The Therapist/ Life Coach

The third is Me the Victim Advocate

The Victim Advocate

My Nominees for the Fix Her Crown Award

https://ourfavouritejar.com/ Claire

https://northfourthst.com/  Amy

https://faithhealthandhome.com/ Makeba

http://www.jamesdavisandassociates.com/ Janeane

https://ginlemonade.com/ Lorena

https://nolongerastayathomemom.com/ Monica

https://achronicvoice.com/ Sheryl

Please take a moment, and visit these blogs and shower them with some love.  Read a post or two, leave them a comment and share it on your social media.  I know you will enjoy reading some of their post, because I sure do. I am sure they will all love the support.

You can also Spread the Love

If you have received the Fix Her Crown Award, it will be greatly appreciated if you have the time to spread the love to other women who are making a difference in their communities and the world and your blogging journey.

Any other bloggers visiting and reading this post you are more than welcome to also enjoy the Fix Her Crown Award. Create your own post, following the rules listed above, and nominate your fellow blogging sisters whom you treasure and value.

We as bloggers unite. We create, we connect and we share!

“How Do They See You?”

“How Do They See You?”

Ladies, you are beautiful beings. No matter what shape, color or size. You are beautiful because God made you. You should always carry yourself like you appreciate that he made you. I have been doing some research and asking questions. The one thing that came from the guys is they treat females the way they portray themselves. I know we are living in a time of women’s rights and we feel liberated, but some men can be just as sexes today as they were 50 years ago. That is why it is so important to carry yourself like a lady even though we do feel liberated. You may not agree with this, but I thought I would share what they were saying. If you carry yourself like a lady they treat you as such, you carry yourself like a gold digger they treat you as such and last if you carry your self like, well you know what I was about to say. Anyway, that is how they will treat you. This is just food for thought.