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Do You Love What You Do 250 Days Per Year?

Carole Dupre journaling at the beach.

Out of the 365 days in 2022, 250 of those were U.S. working days. We know these numbers, but they still make me stop and think—that’s a lot more days working than not working in a year. When you’re clear about what you do best, you can take charge of what’s next. -Carole Dupré So […]

3 Ideas For How To Celebrate Women’s Day Your Way

I am incredibly grateful for women in history who rose in power and influenced mainstream audiences, in part, from daring to tell their stories and speak up for themselves and others. While it’s important to speak up and be heard, I also believe it’s okay to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month in […]

2 Things You Need To Do To Love Your Next Headshot Photo Session

Love Your Next Headshot

I won’t sugarcoat it. Taking new a new headshot photo as a professional woman on the later side of age 50 is hard. I held on to my spring 2021 photographs for 4 months before exposing them publicly, on my website and social media pages. That was after I had two of my best friends […]

Staying Focused On The Positive, Living Life To The Fullest

Melinda Stallings

Featuring Melinda Stallings HerNature asked Melinda, “What woman has inspired you to be the real you?” I thank God every day for Carey McLean, the truest of friends. Survivor of a rare cancer diagnosed in her 30s, she is a force to be reckoned with and an example of inspiring positive possibilities. Carey and I […]

Seeing The Difference I Could Make

Marieke Crawford

Featuring Marieke Crawford HerNature asked Marieke, “What woman has inspired you to be the real you?” Torhild Kvarekval was a big influence for me in continuing my education as a physical therapist. We met in 1995. For two years, she would fly in from California every other weekend to teach for the Ola Grimsby Institute […]

Encouraging Others To Love Themselves

Jenn Ocken

Featuring Jenn Ocken HerNature asked Jenn, “What woman has inspired you to be the real you?” So many women I’ve crossed paths with have inspired me without them knowing the impact they had. It comes down to this: If we can handle the vulnerability that comes with being human … and witness a women’s ability […]

Finding The Courage To Follow My Curiosity

Stacy Raine

Featuring Stacy Raine HerNature asked Stacy, “What woman has inspired you to be the real you?” Years ago I read Whitney Johnson’s book, Disrupt Yourself. It was a game changer. I recognized myself in those pages—competent in my job but ready for something new that would take me a slightly different direction. She encouraged me […]

Working With What You Got, Kid

Katherine Klimitas

Featuring Katherine Klimitas HerNature asked Katherine, “What woman has inspired you to be the real you?” Ellan Vavrick has been one of my best friends since I was a teenager, despite our 40 year age difference. Ellan raised and provided for two daughters by herself. She is an accomplished insurance saleswoman, antique dealer, artist and […]

Living Life On My Own Terms

Chef Celeste Gill

Featuring Celeste Gill HerNature asked Celeste, “What woman inspired you to be the real you?” My grandmother Willie Mae Muckle did whatever she wanted to do. She was an entrepreneur in the 1970s in Detroit, Michigan. She ran a candy store where I worked as a kid and a catering business for factory workers. I […]

Witnessing The Courage To Break The Glass Ceiling

Featuring Amy B. Ferguson HerNature asked Amy, “What woman inspired you to be the real you?” I watched Melanie Zentgraf break the glass ceiling. When I was in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University, women weren’t allowed to join the Corps’ most elite groups. Melanie knew it was wrong and sued the university […]