Occasionally, the best way to learn how to do something well is by learning what not to do. I empower people to be good advocates for social change, but these days I am seeing a lot of bad activism. Here are things not to say if you want your advocacy and activism to be better-received.Read More
Category: Giving Back
by Elisa | Feb 6, 2021 | Adventure, Being World Changers, Fair Trade Products, Family & Relationships, Giving Back, Global Health, Human Trafficking, Live Intentionally, Personal Growth, Poverty, Raising Kids, Seeking Justice, Socially Conscious Brands, Ways to Make a Difference | 0 |
My old TOMS shoes have empowered me become someone, have carried me unique places, have served me best in one specific way, and are evidence of one fact. Check it out.Read More
If you’ve been schooling at home this Spring or considering homeschool for next year because of...Read More
Now, I could talk about fireworks and freedom, diversity and beauty, or even making a difference...Read More
by Elisa | Jun 23, 2020 | Art of Advocacy, Being World Changers, Busy Moms, Community, Family & Relationships, Giving Back, Global Health, Human Rights, Identity, Leadership, Live Intentionally, Personal Growth, Poverty, Safe Spaces, Seeking Justice, Spiritual Discipleship, Your Voice on Racism | 1 |
Loving others seemed good and something to be defined by. Until it was loving the same small group...Read More
You can’t color with charcoal. But you can color kindness for better days ahead. The lines have...Read More
This is a guest post from my fellow writer, Sarah Butterfield, about still making a difference...Read More
Last year my family went on a KindnessQuest, an amazing adventure chalk-full of random acts of...Read More
Road trips are both a regular and vibrant part of my life. Although I would often prefer to travel...Read More
What I’m I About?
Like you might be, I’m a busy parent, a leader of some, and I even burnt-out while doing world changing things (surprise!). I re-calibrated. I’ve brushed-off, grown a little, and now use my experiences (both the good and bad) to continue empowering you to make a difference–but while also guiding you be more fully alive. Sound good? > Let’s do this!