Beauty from the Ashes

Beauty from the Ashes

Describe the moment when you knew you had to tap into your inner courage and make changes in your life.

Walking through Grief and finding Joy ~ Charlie's Story

Walking through Grief and finding Joy ~ Charlie's Story

I was just 24 years old. I was on active duty Navy, married, and had a 3-year-old. My husband had recently returned from Iraq where he served a year in the desert with the Army. With both of us just returning from deployment we did what married couples do and I became pregnant with my second child Mathias Daniel, a boy.

Choosing to Thrive: A Vision of Celebrating Women Is Inspiring Change

Choosing to Thrive: A Vision of Celebrating Women Is Inspiring Change

Hello, I'm Karen Rae the founder here at Fave, and like many women, I know firsthand that life can throw us curveballs that leave us feeling lost, alone, and invisible. When I was going through menopause, my life took a drastic turn. I experienced an unexpected divorce, became an empty nester, re-entered the working world after 27 years, and went through several burglaries, identity theft, and even had a murder happen behind my house. Through all of these experiences, I felt like I was unraveling, and I felt invisible, lonely, and overwhelmed.

FireSide chat with Deanna Nowadnick, Inspiration of a Love Letter

FireSide chat with Deanna Nowadnick, Inspiration of a Love Letter

Our missteps, misdeeds, loves, laughter, struggles and accomplishments are only a few of the stories that make up our life. Deanna Nowadnick chats with us about how she started writing her life story. She wanted to tell her sons about how she met their father. She wrote as if she were writing a letter and one story led to another and then she had a book, Fruit of My Spirit. Deanna, an author, speaker, mentor now has two books published and is a delight as she recounts her humble beginnings of writing. She encourages us all to just start writing as if writing a letter and just get words onto paper.

Fireside Chat, Hope Allowed with Sue Mocker

Fireside Chat, Hope Allowed with Sue Mocker

Sue Mocker’s courageous journey to find hope and healing from childhood abuse led her to create a non-profit called Hope Allowed. Through her work with other abuse survivors she has written an inspiring book about hope, faith and moving forward in life.

Preparation, planning, and financial satisfaction

Preparation, planning, and financial satisfaction

As a Realtor serving the over 55+ market, I specialize in helping you create an enjoyable and comfortable lifestyle during your third and fourth quarters of life. With 26 years of experience, I consult families with aging parents and those facing life transitions, helping develop a practical and achievable plan that fits the needs and timeline. Whether downsizing, rightsizing or decluttering, I'm here to help make the lifestyle transition as stress-free and rewarding as possible.

I am Jannette, the Daughter of Beverly, and my story is:

I am Jannette, the Daughter of Beverly, and my story is:

My father suddenly died when I was 13 and my mom instantly became the breadwinner for 6 kids. With only a high school education, my mom was restricted to low paying jobs with long hours. We barely financially scratched by. However, she was committed to her children as she balanced both her motherly and work roles. She was tenacious, hardworking, and never gave up.