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Dress Better, Feel Better July 25, 2016 – Posted in: News

It’s been said many times that dressing up, having your hair done, wearing makeup, wearing jewelry, getting in shape, etc… makes you feel better about yourself. And that you should do it for yourself and not for someone else. But doesn’t it also make us feel good when someone else notices? I happen to use this technique when I am in a mental slump. I notice that when I go to my office in sweats and a tee, I feel sluggish and tired. Keep in mind I work from my home office, so rolling back into bed is closer to reality than it may be for others. (*grin) However, when I dress up like I am going to the office (like a real corporate office) I am more mentally motivated and get more accomplished that day. What are your thoughts on this issue? Do our clothes/outfits really boost self-esteem, confidence… Read More

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What do Values mean to YOU? July 20, 2016 – Posted in: News

Pick a word from the Integrity Word cube and tell us what the word Values mean to you. Think about the role models and lessons you were taught as a child. How did they make you the person that you are today? 

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Positive Affirmations July 18, 2016 – Posted in: News

    Just like there is power in speaking the name of Jesus, there is power is speaking positive affirmations over yourself and your life. Check out these affirmations based on scriptures from the Word. Won’t you share one of your favorites here?!

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Discover life through the eyes of Tara January 10, 2013 – Posted in: News

Cheryl McNeil (pen name, Cheryl D. Bannerman, her birth name) is CEO of a small virtual training company based out of Central New Jersey. She works out of her home office and creates classroom training materials, e-Learning modules, job aides and much more for corporate employees and their clients. She holds a Bachelors in Business Management and a Masters in Project Management. She is also the (divorced) single mother of a beautiful thirteen year old girl.

In her spare time she loves to read murder mysteries, watch movies, try new restaurants and cuisines, shop with her daughter, and in the summer, walk the boardwalk and take in the sun on the beach. Although her works are fiction, she has incorporated many of her life’s experiences into her stories.

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