Yep. Jumping on the bandwagon. I hope you guys enjoy them =).
This first one was kind of for practice, and I'm basically jumping in and learning as I go, so if you expect super high quality videos with a professional production team and no background laundry/children/cats/whatever, then you should probably adjust those expectations lol.... I am far from wealthy financially (for now ;) ) and just starting to put all this marketing stuff together to create websites and videos that serve a purpose.
With any luck, that purpose will be for you, the audience... and - as a bonus - me too =).
The Ten Pillars of Happy Relationship by Jennifer-Crystal Johnson is an insightful, organized, and detail-oriented self-guide on how to build a happy and healthy relationship. The author uses candid and focused examples of her past relationships to display some of the dos and don’ts people should act upon in their personal lives, especially their relationships.
The book presents concrete ideas that explore how personal development can grow into happy romances and fulfilling relationships. As the author takes the reader’s hands and leads them on a personal journey of growth in their relationships, they will learn the importance of knowing the ins and outs of:
My book is finally out on Amazon!
Everyone who is friends with me or follows me on Facebook will know all about this already, but I can't help but be super excited!
The idea for this book kind of fell into my lap after writing a series of five articles for a client. I was so inspired by the topic that I decided to expand on it in hopes of making a big difference for people in their relationships with themselves and others. Apparently, it's already working! =)
I just finished attending a webinar by Mike Klingler, who is a coach I follow on Facebook. Every time I attend one of these, I always have a million ideas shoot through my head about my own business, and have been having some thoughts on the Soul Vomit anthology especially.
The reminder to continue learning was a big focus this evening. There were other focuses as well, but that one struck me especially hard for some reason. I love learning. I love information. I also dropped out of college the last time I tried to go... but I still feel like that was a better choice than continuing when my passion is already right in front of my face in the form of Broken Publications and my own writing.
I know what my cause is and what I stand for, and that's stopping domestic violence and helping victims to leave their abusers and thrive in happy lives afterward. I'm really hoping that some of the things I've learned will help others to do just that and allowing others to publish their stories in order to raise awareness as well as giving people a chance to write out their experiences for therapeutic reasons. Maybe it will help them just like it helped me.
I keep getting Tori Amos stuck in my head. "She's addicted to nicotine patches...."
Aside from that, the days have been good. I'm way more productive now that I don't smoke that it's almost ridiculous. I have more energy, more focus... I feel like my brain is finally working better again.
This is fantastic news because I can finally really write again! Hooray!!!
Now for the bad news. I locked myself out of my e-mail and forgot my purse at a friend's last night, so now I don't have my anti-depressants.... BUT she's dropping off my purse and I already contacted Hotmail to let them know what's up. I just have to wait a little while for now, but after checking my list of things I didn't finish yesterday, I realized I can do all of that without my e-mail, so... more good news =).
It's interesting to realize
when you start getting older...
I can't believe I'm pushing 30 with 3 kids
and have yet to get to
the financial place I want to be in.
I'm watching Nip/Tuck right now.
Definitely not good for those of us
in absolutely opposite positions
from these wealthy, beautiful people.
Not that I'm not pretty...
though I did gain weight.
But my body hates me and the things I put it through,
so it's time for me to rethink my bad habits and
replace them with
and nicotine patches.
Funny how a single day of productivity
can inspire such a life-changing decision.
Every single task is crossed off
on my to-do list for today.
That hasn't happened in months,
but I defini
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