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Kellie R. Stone

"I make no excuses for my diverse roles as a Rock Your Feminine Type Coach™ and Branding Expert, best-selling author, and crime thriller novelist. Yes, I do still chuckle a bit at the irony. I kick ass as a women’s biz coach by day and kill off vulnerable fiction characters at night. What the hell, it makes for some interesting dreams. I believe that everyone should pursue their passions no matter how out there they seem to be. One of those pure heart-fluttering passions for me has always been writing. Since I did, indeed, chase my dream of being a writer, I've published two non-fiction books in the self-development genre, co-authored an international best seller, and now I'm finally pushing my much-too-old-to-be-in-the-nest novel out the door and into the world. My whole world is empowering and I adore showing others how to live life unfiltered, whether I do that through the written word or my coaching work. I love my job!" ~Kellie R. Stone

Meet Entrepreneur April Morris

I'd like to introduce a special, new friend, April Morris. She is a entrepreneur, inventor, and beauty expert with quite a following. I met April on Facebook, one of the many platforms she uses to promote her product THINgloss and spread the word about her business ideas. Please read on and learn about what puts this inspirational woman ahead in her business and personal life.

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Can NSAIDS Really Hurt Me?

Hi Everyone. I don't often do this, but here's an article republished in whole from leading health expert Dr. Mercola. I found it extremely troubling, as I take my share of NSAIDS for migraine pain. Please post it on your social media pages or forward it to friends and family who take common pain relievers for chronic pain.

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Women’s Life Experience Compared To Men’s

How different are women and men? I'm not really sure why this question just popped up into my head today; however, I'm going with it. I think there are some women who would rather eat a worm than be compared to men. On the other end of that pole are those who gladly acknowledge the distinct strengths and weaknesses of both sexes and are grateful for the comparison. It's likely that most of us with two X chromosomes fall somewhere in between the two extremes.

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Women’s Day Is Every Day

I am woman, hear me roar!!!! Or at least meow... Happy International Women's Day, everyone! It's nice to have a whole day dedicated to honoring women; however, I like to honor us/them on a daily basis. Bloggers who dedicate their entire sites to women are the ones who are making a difference for millions of women all over the world.

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Chocolate & Vicodin: A Review

So, yeah, my migraine recovery is going fairly well, in the sense that I've hardly had any headaches. However, since I've been out of the hospital, I have acquired a bad chest cold. I chalk that one up to the havoc wreaked on my immune system by five days of IV steroids, the medical equivalent of robbing Peter to pay Paul. No, it hasn't been a great week, but, nonetheless, I've managed to get some work done and catch up one some reading.

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The Best Energy Jewelry

I received this in my inbox from my friend Deborah Stuart, metaphysics expert and owner of HighChi Jewelry. If you ever wished that your jewelry had more purpose than just looking stylish, here's what you've been looking for. I love how beautiful her pieces are! And how powerful!

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Where Do I Belong?

Leave it to me to load a question like that, as if it was a one pound baked potato with all the toppings you could possibly eat in one sitting. And, as stuffing yourself with a mammoth starch-riddled spud tends to make you feel like a gluttonous ogre, trying to answer this inquiry quickly and with clarity puts your mind into digestive overload. You wonder if your thoughts about yourself and your current status genuinely "belong" to a world that was meant for you or if you are simply avoiding it out of fear or confusion? Well, I say both.

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How To Show Your Love

Happy Friday, everyone! I'd like to share a treat with you today with a post from relationship expert Maryanne Comaroto. I've been in the hospital for almost a week with a killer headache that seems to love the view from my brain...you should know I've served an eviction notice. So, anyway, I'm thankful for Maryanne's timely articles that not only give me a rest but fit in well here at Women's Life Link. Her to-the-point wisdom and lovable humor is enlightening for everyone whether you're in a blissful or troubled relationship or looking for a new love. Let me know what you think about her advice, and feel free to share any stories or comments about personal experiences.

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Having Teens And A Toddler

Hi all, I've experienced a grand scale of emotions, events, and dilemmas as a parent of six children, especially now that three of them are teens still at home, and one of them is only 2.5 years old. Yes, you could say my life is interesting, crazy, and even a little stressful. One of the strangest things is having to think about all the different things that they each of them need, like my two teen girls will likely need prom dresses here soon; my 13-year-old son needs baseball garb; and my youngest is itching for one of the outdoor playsets that make home...well, more like the park. That's a lot to think about and plan for, even for the most experienced of moms.

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What’s Over The Rainbow?

Just felt like posting this... I've never really done a wordless Wednesday, but I guess this qualifies as my first.

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What’s The Most Important Thing In Life?

I can hear strong debate with this loaded question. While some might say that "love" is the most important thing on the planet, I believe there is one thing even more important...

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Am I Beautiful?

I received this in my inbox this morning and had to share it with you "beautiful" women. You WILL find it inspiring and deeply moving at the same time. Please pass it on to every woman you know who could use a kind word, a springboard to her greatness...

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The Life Women Want to Live

I think I'm in good company when I say there is a distinct difference between the life I'm living and the one I want to live. Hear me out...please. I'm not saying that I'm not thankful for who I am and the hand I've been dealt; I'm merely pointing out that we all have passions and dreams that have not been fulfilled. And those powerful visions of a life not realized can really be a driving force to make self-improvements in hopes that the gap gets a little smaller.

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Why Does My Spouse Seem Like a Stranger?

Today, I want to bring you a special article by a Women's Life Link friend, Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil. Dr. Bonnie is considered one of the top relationship experts in the world. Her list of accomplishments include authoring six books, speaking, coaching, and mentoring countless couples to achieve happy, fulfilling relationships.

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Women’s Creative Journey

I've been brainstorming since the January 1 about how I'm going to define and brand myself as a life coach and counselor to women. To say, "I'm a life coach" is not definitive enough to let the world know who I really am as a coach. One of the things that keeps coming up for me is the fact that I've always been an extremely creative woman.

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