Support Single Moms. Buy a tee. Discounts await.

Support Single Moms. Buy a tee. Discounts await.

Hi! I hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving. I know I did. I cooked, hung out with my boys, and ate loads of food. Now, I am working on my dream of impacting single moms all over the world. To bring the vision to life, I started a campaign on Tee Spring. Proceeds will help host workshops and provide safe places for single moms to gather vent, connect, and thrive. Will you have a look and see if there is a tee for you or someone you know? I have a tee for every age and designed them with you in mind. Cick here —> http://teespring.com/stores/the-do-it-anyway-store

As you can see from the blog, I am passionate about living on purpose and never giving up. I want to spread that motivation and provide a place for single moms to come to be inspired. For you, I am selling the shirts at a discount because you are a faithful blog reader and social media follower. Use codes DIANOV and DIAFRI for free shipping and $5 off the tees of your choice! Happy Shopping!

XOXO,

Kaydy

Success and the Single Mom: The Importance of Having a Dream

Success and the Single Mom: The Importance of Having a Dream

I have really been pondering life and statistics lately. Why are so many single moms struggling? How can we really get the support needed? In regards to the struggle, well, I know it is because most didn’t plan on being a single mom and it is just plain old hard to do it all ALONE. Finding support can be hard. I know from experience. But, it is not impossible. Oftentimes, there are resources within our reach that we just don’t consider. My story today involves me stepping out of my comfort zone that I’ve built and trusting someone with my dream. Trusting them to care for it like me. And my hope is that it will inspire you.

I guess the real question here is “why are you not living out your dreams or looking for resources in unusual people and places?” I thought about it and decided it’s time to empower you. To go from where you are to where you want to be, you must take a step. Take a step toward your future. It can no longer be acceptable to stay the same. You cannot stay where you are.

This past weekend, I took a step. I went to DC for a Mastermind. If you don’t know what that is then it is a group of people who get together and learn from and encourage one another. We were brought together by Paul Carrick Brunson @pcbbrunson on Twitter. He is a professional matchmaker, TV host, author, and the genius behind #MentorMonday. We all came together for day to share our stories, dreams for our businesses, and to get tips and critical feedback. His Director of Operations is also phenomenal and co-led the Mastermind, Ella Rucker @ellalaverne. Ella is a blogger, a single mom, a speaker and so much more. Having the opportunity to work with both of them was Amazing! They had additional guest lecturers who blew me away with their knowledge, kindness, and willingness to encourage and inspire us. It was a good day. AND, I met so many awesome entrepreneurs who I know I’ll keep in touch with forever and some we’ll even collaborate on projects real soon.

I one day will meet all of them again. We’ll keep in touch and inspire each other throughout the year. It is rewarding to have someone get “IT”/ get “me and my dreams”. And sadly, sometimes our family and friends don’t. This is why a Mastermind was/is so important.

I mentioned my trip because I want you to know that often our success lies outside of our comfort zone. If you want better, you have to move in that direction. Being a single parent and being successful may not be easy, but it is worth it. What do you know you need to do to go to your next level? Okay. Let me put it this way. If you could do anything other than what you do right now, what would it be ? That’s your answer. Make a move. Move into your purpose. I am.

May God bless you and keep you on the journey.

Kaydy
Do It Anyway!

Starting a business for single moms

Starting a business for single moms

Hi! How are you? I won’t take up your time, but I simply want to ask you to have a look at some tees I created. Proceeds will go to the first live workshop for DIA Women in December 2014 in Dallas, TX. I know the holidays were the hardest for me as a young single mom. I want moms to get together, share, grow, be fed physically and spiritually and to top it off have a great time doing so, especially during the holidays. In August, I started DIA Enterprises.  It is a for profit company that provides mentoring services and events for the  brilliant, blessed single mom. I’m so excited about it. Will you join me? Please purchase a tee, so we can make this happen!

Until next time,

Kaydy

Do It Anyway!

If not now, when?

If not now, when?

Good Morning,

I’m up thinking about all of you on my last day in the nation’s capital. I came down for a 1 day Mastermind and the breakthroughs I’ve had are amazing and so worth it. As I prepare to return home, I want to encourage you on your journey. So, I ask you “If you don’t chase your dreams now, when will you?” This question is important because we live in the place to make it happen, hands down, no excuses.

This morning, I am challenging you to write your goals, your dream, your vision and your purpose down as soon as you can. If you are not willing to figure out your “why”, you will not be able to do the “what”. We have so many examples around us of people being successful at living out their purpose. Life is best lived on purpose. So, get up, make a plan, think it through. If you need help figuring out your purpose click here http://wp.me/p4a1FR-af. You are meant for greater. Isn’t it time you figured out your path?

Look, single parenting is really hard. I know. I do it every day, but my boys are blessed and a part of my purpose. I’m meant to do what I have to do with them, and so are you. Let your babies fuel you to your greater. You can accomplish all God has for you even as a single parent. Do it afraid, tired, lonely, with little money, with a lot of money. But, Do It Anyway!

Wishing you the best on the journey,

Kaydy