Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! Behave as you want to be, your best you. New blog goes up Sunday, until then… SLAY on!

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Adversity Shows Us Who We Are

I’ve been through great adversity before, and it has always shown me who I am, I haven’t always liked who I’ve seen, but I know that I have the power to change it. In our daily lives we often fill our days with busyness, things that distract us from what we may not want to […]

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Good morning SLAYER! Balance is the key to everything. What we think, do, say, eat, feel, they require awareness, and through this awareness we can grow. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!

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Be Informed, Not Consumed

It is easy, in times of crises and fear, to get consumed by news and information. When we feel unsettled about what’s to come and what could come for us and our families we seek answers. In this day and age we have access to information 24/7 from a variety of different sources and from […]

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Good morning SLAYER! The waters may be rough, but it’s our choice whether we succumb to the waves or learn to surf. New blog goes up Sunday, until then… SLAY on!

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How Does This Make Us Better?

During difficult times in my life I have always come out the other side of them better. Even on the most difficult time, the night I nearly lost my life, and by all accounts, should have, I came out better for it. Those big defining moments in our lives, those events that change us, do […]

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Good morning SLAYER! One reason people resist pain is because they focus on what they have to give up, not what they’re going to gain. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!

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Slay It Forward

Feeling so emotional right now. I just dropped off a bunch of masks and gloves at the hospital since we won’t be tattooing eyebrows at Prettyology any time soon. (my partner Steve’s idea) The nurse who came out to get them had tears in her eyes and a verbal and physical sense of relief. If […]

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