Prayers For All the Scrooges Before It Is Too Late

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December 26, 2018


BOMBAS … Truly a Win Win!

Socks are the #1 most requested clothing item at homeless shelters.
When we first heard this quote, we knew we had to do something. We started Bombas to make an impact on our community here in the U.S. For every pair you purchase, we donate a pair to someone in need.

One Pair Purchased = One Pair Donated

Thank you Bombas! Learn more and/or order today @

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier


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October 1, 2018                          

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Why TED Just Could Be MY TRIBE

During his Super Soul Sunday interview by Oprah legendary surfer Laird Hamilton shared how difficult life was for him until he “found his tribe.”

I sense I may just have found mine … finally 😊


Ever since I was a little girl I have been driven to stand up for those being hurt or harmed, even when I couldn’t or didn’t know how to stand up for myself in a good way. For a while, because of what I saw and experienced, I became incredibly angry at the world and people. I lashed out until I found the answers and healing I needed, plus a tool to help create the needed changes.

And now I know leaving behind my loved ones to live their lives as they choose with their families is not about leaving them behind, but about moving towards the family I have been waiting for … people dedicating their lives to others with their children … not actual children but with their creative, innovative ideas like my “Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle.”

Thank God for turning all the bad into something good and useful.


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July 15, 2018

CARTIER WOMEN’S INITIATIVE AWARDS 2019 … Information and Application Form Link … DEADLINE August 31, 2018


Since 2006, the Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards has supported 198 female entrepreneurs worldwide. Each year, 21 finalists representing 7 regions (Latin America, North America, Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East & North Africa, Far East Asia, South-East Asia) are selected during the first round of the competition. These finalists are then invited to attend the Awards week (exact location still TBC) during which the second round of the competition takes place. After the final jury evaluation, 7 laureates, one for each region, are announced on stage during the Awards ceremony.

The 21 finalists, representing the top 3 projects from each of the 7 regions, will receive:
One-to-one personalized business coaching prior to the Awards week
A series of entrepreneurship workshops, knowledge sessions and networking events during the Awards week
Media visibility
A scholarship to attend the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship 6-Day Executive Programme (provided their business meets INSEAD’s eligibility criteria)
Networking opportunities through the Cartier Awards community and beyond
First prize for the 7 laureates:
US$ 100 000 in prize money
One-to-one personalized business mentoring
Second prize for the 14 finalists:
US$ 30 000 in prize money

Good luck all contestants!

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