Do you take ME Time? Do you have a hard time setting boundaries?
If so, take a listen to this quick episode. I also talk a little about our 2021 theme FEAR and share a little about why I chose this theme for the year.
You can catch the LIVE video on my Facebook page.
E'Beth Goad is a personal wardrobe stylist, a style educator, and an Active Duty Navy Spouse. She is originally from Chapel Hill, NC and attended college at Elon University
She teaches women simple solutions for how to look and feel their very best without breaking the bank, often by "shopping" their own closets! The immediate boost in self-esteem is a jump start on their journey to success.
As a style educator, E'Beth teaches how to package yourself or your employees to communicate your most powerful message with a professional competitive edge, the importance of personal branding, and how to successfully achieve that image. She is an expert in impression management and effective non-verbal communication.
E'Beth is a graduate of The Lisa Maile School and has had the privilege of training in New York with Stacy London, and is a graduate of the prestigious School of Style in LA. Her experience as a former plus size and a current military spouse has afforded her the opportunity to put her training into practice. She is no stranger to being "physically, fiscally, and geographically challenged" and use that experience to teach clients how to overcome their wardrobe challenges.
She is married to Dean, her college sweetheart of over 21 years and lives in the DC Metro area with her dog, Emaline. E'Beth is a lover of all things coffee and is an admitted handbag addict.
Marla is the author of My Thoughts Abandoned. She is also a freelance writer, blogger, and speaker. As the founder of The Bautista Project Inc, a non-profit that provides for homeless community members in Tampa, FL., Marla spends her time feeding, educating, and mentoring people in need.
Ways you can help the homeless community in your city and how you can support The Bautista Project Inc.
Back to school? Masks required? Marla gives us tips on how she's helping her autistic son adjust to wearing a mask and prepared for doing so this school year as children head back during COIVD-19
Military spouse community is important no matter what season you're in. It's important to recognize when you can give support and when you need to receive support.
Erika Hope Bradley is a military spouse advocate, non-profit leader, freelance writer and public speaker. She's passionate about raising awareness of the mental health challenges dependents face and removing the stigma.
You can watch the view of this interview on our Youtube Channel.
You can find Hope doing her thing over at Dependa Strong.
This Coffee Chat is sponsored to you by Green Beans Coffee Company.
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