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  1. From the virtual world, I am in awe of Stephanie Nielson from the nienie dialouges. The grace with which she gets through her days is nothing short of amazing. She inspires me to make acceptance my code and personal growth my goal. I'm working on both. I also find your blog inspiring. It inspires me to want to find my "authentic self" and then nurture her into full bloom, so what if tye-dye slipcovers aren't on trend if they make me happy? I'm working on it. Finally, from the real world is my friend Kristel. She is amazing, her life feels like a hug. Warm, comforting, sympathetic and at the same time straightforward. She inspires me to be kind and loving to myself and those I come into contact with. I'm working on it.
    I'll be working on alot of things but I know it will be an amazing journey and so worth every step.

    1. Oh absolutely Jennifer, I think Stephanie is an inspiration to us all… and you summed it up perfectly: it is totally about grace. And I LOVE how you described your friends like as a hug. What an incredible compliment… if I knew who she was I'd be directing right here to show her just how much you appreciate her!x

  2. I find women who build empires of style to be inspiring… Amy Butler, Cath Kidston, Lee Kleinhelter, Rachel Ashwell, Kelly Wearstler, Kate Spade… probably many, many I could name, but I'm amazed by how these women have such a clear vision of their style and have parlayed it into something amazing. And then I find myself inspired by fictional women too… often the feisty, spunky ones who kick some butt – Nancy Drew, Sydney from Alias and Starbuck from Battlestar Galactica. 🙂

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