Entries by Karena

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Reconcile! Reconcile! Reconcile!

I don’t think I can say the word reconcile enough. It’s such an important word in life as well as in your business. Several years ago when I was going through marriage counseling, my pastor advised me that no matter what happens in my relationship, it’s better and more beneficial to reconcile than to be […]

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How to Separate Personal and Business Expenses

Mixing personal and business finances is one of the most common mistakes I see with small businesses. The mess it cost can be catastrophic at tax time, or even when your company goes to apply for a loan of sorts. This may be you and you are not sure how to make things work out […]

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Flawless

FLAWLESS is another 4 letter word for me when it comes to describing myself. I often joke that I have so much dirt on me, it makes Mount Everest look flat. 🙂    Are you similar to me in the sense that you are your worst critic? That’s me! Somehow it comes real easy to […]

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Your Heritage From The Lord

What is your heritage? As a child growing up in Jamaica, we learned about our national heroes and heroine. We learned about the colors of our flag and what it represents. We learned our nation’s folk dance, food and clothes. These and much more have been etched into our memories as kids. It helps us […]

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Fear Disguised as Wisdom In Your Life

Recently I found myself just gripped with fear. Fear of parenting properly. Fear as to whether or not I’m being the best version of myself. Fear as to whether or not I’m supporting my husband and being a good wife. It felt like I fell into a sink hole after being on the mountain top. […]

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Lessons from the Garden

LESSONS FROM THE GARDEN! I’m so excited and proud of myself! Last year I gave myself a good talking to as I failed miserably in my gardening efforts! This year I’m glad I had the courage to get over myself and learn some new techniques. I’ve discovered that life is a journey on constant learning. […]

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