Live Life with Flavor Challenge Day 14 – Resting Does Your Body Good!

Today is Day 14 of the Live Life with Flavor Challenge and Tone Body Thursday! I bet you expected me to write about staying fit by exercising and eating healthy… Instead, I am going to explain that rest is another very important way of staying fit for the long run. In our society, there is…

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Live Life with Flavor Challenge Day 5 – Embrace Family in Business

Hello Ladies! Today is Day 5 of the Live Life with Flavor Challenge and it’s Fabulous Business Friday! I often get asked how I am able to balance being a wife, a mother of six children and a business woman…  We, as women, are constantly being told that a mother can’t be a successful business…

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The Lightbulb Analogy

I spend a lot of time cooking and baking. In my kitchen, there is one window and six large high-hats (light fixtures that go inside the ceiling) that bring light into the area. This weekend Gus went to the store to buy a few things and brought back some lightbulbs. He then proceeded to change…

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Your Business Should Have Your Flavor

Over the years I’ve realized my business is an extension of who I am and for this reason when people see my business, they should see me. Everything in my business- logo, copy, colors, site theme, video, graphics, images and tag line, among other things, should represent who I am. BUT, this isn’t always easy.…

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What’s YOUR Great Quote?

Every morning as part of my business routines, I find a special quote or an inspirational story for the day and then post it on Facebook on my Shirley Solis business page (Have you liked our Facebook page yet? You should…) Finding a new quote is so much fun. I typically look for something inspirational in…

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Get an ‘A’ Everyday

One of the joys of homeschooling has been understanding I am in charge of my own education. Like many, currently in the educational system, I took my education for granted. I had learned to pass a test for the sake of the grade, and to have a high GPA for the sake of scholarships. All the…

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Serve without Depleting Yourself

I recently found this great post that inspired me. So, I asked the author (Louix Dor Dempriey) if I could post it here for you to learn too. It served as a great reminder that I need to be rested and replenished before I help others. I’ve highlighted the parts I like the most. Here it…

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How to Choose Quality Audio for Children

I often hear from parents how “choosing quality audio books for children is so hard with all selections available today.” But, I know finding quality audios for children is not as hard as it seems when you have the right guidelines and know where to look. One of my sons is an auditory learner, hence it encouraged me to…

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