The Boss Chic life

Often times we see women on social media posting a sharing photos that can seem to resemble a modern fairy tail. In some instaces these individuals have PR and glam squads who work endlessly to create the brand of success and glam. Behind the so called “Boss chic” brand is many layers that lie beneath the surface. Before you  idolized a complete stranger, think about it this way. Behind every victory was once a victim of something.  There is never a message without a “mess”    At some point.

Most of the Boss chics has an amazing testimony. Most have had or has struggled/ struggling  with past or present obstacle. For myself, I struggled in my self esteem for years. I didn’t feel pretty and behind it all I wanted to appear whole. I never wanted to show weakness or fears to anyone because folks can be so judgmental and pressed to share your flaws. The pressure of success constanly tries the reality of the authenthic you and the struggles of owning you authentic voice. The goal of perfection is distant. Society always has a new standard of what beauty looks like, and what size dress you should wear and the length of your hair, or even the size of your backside. So many social shares and likes to keep up with.. what’s  the perfect angle to shoot your next selfie. It can be really overwhelming.

 

The truth of matter a lot of Boss Chic have a heart of gold. Many of them seem stand-off ish because of the moving and takers we have encountered. It can be hard sometimes to bring people into your circle because  people sometimes have hidden agendas or bad motives. I have had folks around me simply to find out my traded secrets.  However, No one can truly predict the intentions of a person, that’s why having Godly intuition comes in, because it can save you a lot of headache. And If I am in doubt I simply ask Holy Spirit for guidance.

 

Friendships with Boss Chics

It can be difficult because of time restraints.

They may not make it to every event you host, but they still love you.

They may not remember every important date in your life, Send them reminders as often  needed.

They truly care about everyone, yet they are super busy.

While others are sleep, he are working sometimes at 1 AM on a project

Sometimes we are not avoiding conversation..we are just sleepy

(forgive us) lol

 

Boss Chics need:

Encouragement

understanding

compassion

complements

support

You may think they get these often, however we don’t. Sometimes we pour out so much energy into others that we can get overwhelmed and forget to take care of ourselves.

Writing this blog has inspired me to continue with transparent ministry.

My goal for this article is to give you a inside examination of The Boss Chic and how we love and respect our passion that we are willing to risk it all for the betterment of society and business.

 

 

It’s Your Time to Finish

There are so many people in America and around the world  who have unfinished projects. Many times we create different things and we allow life to steal the moments, time , and purpose that God has set out for us. Growing  up  I spent a lot of time on my front porch with my best friend. We would spend hours and hours playing a game called “that’s my car”. The funny thing about it is that we were about  10 years old and we knew what we wanted. I would dream that one day I would be married with kids, live in a big house, and  Be a successful business women. I knew then that there was something about me that was amazing. Being a dreamer was all I had and I have embrace every moment of it. Now  I am an author of three books,  salon and boutique owner. I am a super mom and supportive wife.

 

This is your season to finish and God is depending on you to finish what he has started in you before you were conceived in your mother’s stomach.  God himself created something on the inside of you  that would change a generation! Yes,you! you are not reading this by happenstance but by a divine appointment from God to shake and stir up the gift on the inside with you. Let this be a new day and season in your life to grow, to gain information and walk in the calling of God on your life. I want to take this opportunity to say to you finish it! Finish it!

Push Into Purpose Event: It’s Your Time!

The PK Girls Push into Purpose Event was truly live changing! So many were motivated to step into purpose and launch into new dimensions in life.  I have received so many testimonies of breakthrough. It is my hearts desire to pour into the lives of others. We are called to greatness, set apart for a special purpose and destined for success. PK Girls! we rolled out the pink carpet, just as as way of saying “We honor you ladies!”

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We are full of purpose.

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Will your mission die?

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May 1st.

Adventures in Missions trip to Antigua, Guatemala.

As we all snap a quick proud photo in front of the Convent that was closed after the great earthquake in 1976. I could only think about the builders of this huge structure, the architect of draw the 1st blue print, and the nuns who lived here over 50 years ago. So many lives were changed here and the history behind the wall.

This experiences left a great mark on my  heart to live for the future and to build each brick of my life with the hope and faith that it would leave a generational mark that will last though out history.  As I travel to different places across the world I often imagine the life of my shero Mother Teresa.

 

Mother Teresa was the founder of the Order of the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic congregation of women dedicated to helping the poo
Mother Teresa – A Message from God (TV-14; 01:13) After receiving a message from God, Mother Teresa gave her life to the poor.

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Synopsis

Baptized on August 27, 1910, in Skopje, Macedonia, Mother Teresa taught in India for 17 years before she experienced her 1946 “call within a call” to devote herself to caring for the sick and poor. Her order established a hospice; centers for the blind, aged, and disabled; and a leper colony. She was summoned to Rome in 1968, and in 1979 received the Nobel Peace Prize for her humanitarian work.

Early Life

Catholic nun and missionary Mother Teresa was born circa August 26, 1910 (her date of birth is disputed), in Skopje, the current capital of the Republic of Macedonia. On August 27, 1910, a date frequently cited as her birthday, she was baptized as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. Mother Teresa’s parents, Nikola and Dranafile Bojaxhiu, were of Albanian descent; her father was an entrepreneur who worked as a construction contractor and a trader of medicines and other goods. The Bojaxhius were a devoutly Catholic family, and Nikola Bojaxhiu was deeply involved in the local church as well as in city politics as a vocal proponent of Albanian independence.

In 1919, when Mother Teresa was only 8 years old, her father suddenly fell ill and died. While the cause of his death remains unknown, many have speculated that political enemies poisoned him. In the aftermath of her father’s death, Mother Teresa became extraordinarily close to her mother, a pious and compassionate woman who instilled in her daughter a deep commitment to charity.

Although by no means wealthy, Drana Bojaxhiu extended an open invitation to the city’s destitute to dine with her family. “My child, never eat a single mouthful unless you are sharing it with others,” she counseled her daughter. When Mother Teresa asked who the people eating with them were, her mother uniformly responded, “Some of them are our relations, but all of them are our people.”

Religious Calling

Mother Teresa attended a convent-run primary school and then a state-run secondary school. As a girl, Mother Teresa sang in the local Sacred Heart choir and was often asked to sing solos. The congregation made an annual pilgrimage to the chapel of the Madonna of Letnice atop Black Mountain in Skopje, and it was on one such trip at the age of 12 that Mother Teresa first felt a calling to a religious life. Six years later, in 1928, an 18-year-old Agnes Bojaxhiu decided to become a nun and set off for Ireland to join the Loreto Sisters of Dublin. It was there that she took the name Sister Mary Teresa after Saint Thérèse of Lisieux.

A year later, Mother Teresa traveled on to Darjeeling, India for the novitiate period; in May 1931, Mother Teresa made her First Profession of Vows. Afterward she was sent to Calcutta, where she was assigned to teach at Saint Mary’s High School for Girls, a school run by the Loreto Sisters and dedicated to teaching girls from the city’s poorest Bengali families. Mother Teresa learned to speak both Bengali and Hindi fluently as she taught geography and history and dedicated herself to alleviating the girls’ poverty through education.

On May 24, 1937, she took her Final Profession of Vows to a life of poverty, chastity and obedience. As was the custom for Loreto nuns, she took on the title of “mother” upon making her final vows and thus became known as Mother Teresa. Mother Teresa continued to teach at Saint Mary’s, and in 1944 she became the school’s principal. Through her kindness, generosity and unfailing commitment to her students’ education, she sought to lead them to a life of devotion to Christ. “Give me the strength to be ever the light of their lives, so that I may lead them at last to you,” she wrote in prayer.

If anyone ask me where I Kellie headed, My only reply ” In the footsteps of Jesus. And who on earth life’s holds my greatest inspiration, my reply “Mother Teresa”.

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