Personal Growth with Michael and Carolyn
At Loveworks, we believe that one of the ways that you can become one of the best versions of yourself is to focus on personal growth. We love curating things like books, music, organizations, blogs, or resources that have encouraged your personal growth.
Today, we’re going to talk about an educational news resource.
Imagine a magazine that can inspire 8- to 14-year-olds to discuss the news of the week with their parents, teachers, and friends. Right now, The Week Junior is empowering hundreds of thousands of kids across all 50 states to love reading, develop their own points of view, and find their voice. No wonder they love it.
Founded by Wynter Pitts, FOR GIRLS LIKE YOU began with a desire for resources for her four daughters. In just a few short years, Wynter created a national magazine, devotionals, books and many other tools for girls and their parents. The Pitts Family is devoted to carrying on Wynter’s legacy and her vision for this ministry. We are committed to help you in your journey to grow in God and raise your own godly daughters.
Angela Williams: Hazel & Haze Photography + The One Project
Angela is a lifestyle photographer, educator, believer, wife, mom, and blush color lover.
She not only received a BS in Nutrition and Pre Allied Health studies from Oklahoma State University but also a Masters in Occupational Therapy from the University of Oklahoma.
She held a leadership position in bringing CarePortal to our local church and to surrounding churches in Northwest Oklahoma. Whether you simply want to keep one child out of foster care, help one family in crisis stay together or rally your community, CarePortal connects you.
Angela is the owner of Hazel and Haze Lifestyle Photography where her passion for genuine, timeless, blissful images comes to life.
She’s actively involved in P.E.O; Philanthropic Educational Organization that is committed to helping women pursue higher education.
Angela is also the Social Media Coordinator for The One, a multi-event experience spanning through the holidays in Enid, Oklahoma, as well as a part of the Executive Team that brought the vision of The One to life.
Angela and her husband Alex have been happily married for almost 10 years and currently live in Enid, OK with their two young children; Anderson (6) and Archer (2) along with the foster children they are blessed with over the past 4 years.
Angela’s ADVICE –
Don’t let whatever your friend says about your dream, change your mind. Don’t let whatever that random person in your class says change your mind. Don’t let somebody say, “You can’t do that,” because you can and you will. If you keep focused and let all the distractions go away. Tell people about your dream so they can encourage you and you will make it happen.
- Set yourself up for success when you’re young
- Put on shoes; it will help you be more productive
- Use your talents to serve others
- Get a clear direction of your dream and your why