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Entered Mom Central Blog Grant Contest

I made a decision to enter the Mom Central Blog Grant contest, and normally I am not one to enter contests that require getting votes but I have worked with this company many times and I really think this will help me to push forward in my mission to help others. SO many have a hard time focusing on the positive, I personally trained myself to focus my brain right back to a solution or a positive from any challenge life brings along.

 

Many call this the law of attraction, but I haven't studied this concept yet. It is simply something I taught myself and plan to teach others. The reason I think it's important for me to win this is because I can help others without breaking their wallets, we all need a boost and I hope to be that boost for everyone some day!

 

If you can take a moment to simplyvote on Facebook for me daily I would greatly appreciate it. Daily votes open until April 15th, feel free to add me as a friend on Facebook too, just note that you are from this site so I will accept you faster.

 

Thanks and please help me pursue my dreams of helping others without breaking their wallets, I know I can do so much good with this grant!

 

Happy Day to you all!

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