Inspirational Notes & Quotes
Julie B. Hill - Founder
“If you can DREAM IT, you can DO IT.”--Walt Disney
Business/Career Building Makeover
Julie B. Hill
Creating a successful life
both personally and professionally is something many of us desire. Inspiring
the next generation with words of wisdom is something that inspires me as well.
I encourage many people to focus on basic steps to move forward.
Here are a few tips to consider:
1) DREAM—Follow your
heart and passion. Do what you love to do. Find a way to bring what you are
passionate about into your daily life, if possible on a professional level and
most definitely in your personal life.
2) INVEST—in yourself.
Attend live seminars, listen to podcasts, enroll in on-line education. LEARN as
much as you can. You will GROW in direct proportion to how much you educate
3) NETWORK-- the
more we expand our network the more opportunities that will open up to us. We
create a great quality of life that is rich in friendships and it helps us
develop into great communicators.
encourage everyone to consider attending our upcoming seminar this fall,
“NURTURE YOURSELF in NATURE" Friday, September 21st from 10:00am - 2:00pm. Go
to our web-site www.inspiredthinking.org for more details! - Hope to see you there!
Beauty/Cosmetic Tip: Keep
a positive mental attitude. This alone will guide you in achieving great
success in both your Personal and Professional Life!
usually love what they buy, yet hate two-thirds of what is in their
closets.” - Mignon McLaughlin
Fashion Wardrobe/Image Make Over
Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk, M.Ed/DTM
Does your wardrobe need a make-over? Do you need to clean up
and revamp your closet? Perhaps it’s
time to say “out with the old and in with the new!” How many items in your wardrobe don’t fit any
longer or are outdated? Isn’t it time to
get a fresh new look?
When cleaning out
your closet, create three piles to sort and organize your wardrobe. Label them “Yes”, “No,” and “Maybe.” Item by item sort each piece. “Yes” for
those things that are still fashionably current and fit well. “No” for outdated items that don’t fit
well. ‘Maybe” for those items that are
hard to decide. Then repeat the process
with those items placed in the ‘Maybe” pile.
Continue to repeat this process until you have your wardrobe pared down
to just the “Yes” and “No” piles.
Wash or dry clean the
clothes in your “No” pile and donate them to charity or bring them to a
Once you have cleared space in your closet, have fun ,and go shopping!
Invest in clothing items that can easily mix and match and
you will be able to create a wide variety of brand new looks.
A wardrobe make-over can help create a brand new you!
Fashion Wardrobe/Image Tip: Only
keep the items that make you feel good and make you look flattering and