Hello Lovely People,
I know it has been a while since I created a blog post for you all. My apologies, but it is with good reason. While I have not been making new blog post, I have been putting all that energy towards growing and making Always Live Lovely an official business…YAY!!! I have really taken the time to be consistent on my social media platforms, beginning to build community, put myself out there more, started a newsletter, did a few free workshops, and I even launched a new series. I have been licensed for a little over a year now! I would truly appreciate if you all signed up for my newsletter and followed the business social media handles. I will be sure to leave all the links below.
I wanted you all to be the first to know that I finally have services coming in 2021, since you all have been rocking with Always Live Lovely since day 1. The services will include consultations for mental health trainees/associates, schools, and those of you needing help with mental health education and finding a therapist. That is just a snippet of what will be offered. I also have amazing merchandise in store as well. I am very excited to expand this brand. Oh wait and I forgot to mention above that the series I created is called, Breaking Barriers: A Mental Health Discussion. I release a new episode each month and it is also available in podcast format on various platforms. Super exciting!
I want to thank you all so much for sticking around and watching this business blossom. I hope you continue to buckle up for the ride and become more engaged with the community. Happy New Year and blessings in to 2021.
Always Live Lovely,
Written : January 1, 2021
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