This Is Livin’!
Learning to Move From Messy Moments to Happy Places
Life is good.
I believe that with every fiber in my being. I believe that good things happen to everybody. That love exists, God is faithful, and grace and mercy are ours for the asking.
The trouble is, people and messy moments can get in the way.
So, I’m learning. Learning how to reconcile my core belief that life is good with the not-so-good and you’ve-got-to-be-kidding-me moments. I wrote the stories in this book to help me find my way. It’s a collage of moments where I’ve experienced life from different places, and have used those moments to question and then steady my faith. And often, to try and find the humor.
You are invited to find a comfy chair and put your feet up. Settle in. Peek into my soul as I share some of my story. This is how I roll… Learning to move from messy moments to happy places.
God, Girlfriends & Chocolate
Laugh. Cry. And connect with the humorous and bittersweet life experiences found in God, Girlfriends, & Chocolate, stories written by real women to offer real encouragement to you.
Gaye reflects on experiences that have shaped her life, not afraid to poke fun at her own mishaps! Several girlfriends join her, describing the joys and challenges of living authentic lives of faith, fully responsive to God’s love and faithfulness.
With each breath you take, word you utter, and connection you make, you’re writing a unique story as well. Some days, you appreciate the way the chapter’s unfolding. Other days, you’d probably give away your last piece of chocolate to assume someone else’s life story.
Discover the joy of inviting God, girlfriends, and chocolate into your story!
Find a Job: The little book for big success
Laid off? Fired? Looking for a new boss?
It’s time to put the resume together and find a new job!
This book gives you the tools you need—in a crash course format—to get your job search started today.
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Gaye is gifting this book…you just pay for shipping!
It will show you how to stand out from the other candidates by:
- Appointing yourself CEO (creating a good support team)
- Playing with a yo-yo (writing a knock-out resume)
- Taking center stage and performing exceptionally (acing that interview)
- Calling Aunt Betty and Uncle Earl and Cousin Ed and… (networking)
Finding a new job is easier when your resume says, “I’ve got what you’re looking for,” your network says, “I can help,” and your interview confirms “Here’s why you should hire me.” Find a Job: The little book for big success will show you just how to do that!