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Ashley Vancil
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Ashley is a mom of three wild yet sweet boys, and she works full time. Born in Southeast Missouri yet raised in the Panhandle of Florida, Ashley later returned to Missouri which is where she now calls home. She's the most outgoing and outspoken introvert you may ever meet. Ashley is a firm believer in finding the joy in every day and embracing the journey before her. Reading, writing, and art are some of her favorite hobbies, even if most of her work is hidden in her personal journals. She believes life is a roller coaster ride, and she is constantly chasing the ride.

A Little More About Me

How to Avoid the Wrong Guy a Checklist for Strong Women

Dating isn’t how I remember it before I was married. I don’t have any idea when things changed so drastically, but man have they.

When Life Throws You a Curveball, You Need to Reevaluate

I believe there comes a time in most women’s lives that we question what we are doing. Are we are doing enough? Are we

This is Why You Need to Start Your Day with Intent and Purpose

One of my main goals at the start of this year was to begin each day with intent and purpose. I am so glad

This Is How I’m Growing Through Divorce

Let me be frank here, I never expected to join the “Divorced Women Club” but it’s a thing, and here I am. (Logo designs

9 Fitness Accessories That You Need to Try Now

Over the years, working out has become something that I love and look forward to doing, but it has taken me a very long

What This Strong Woman Did When Her Husband Left

“I don’t love you, and I haven’t for a long time. I don’t think we should be together.” Words I never imagined hearing from

Struggling to Balance It All? 3 Helpful Tweaks for Moms

In a world where you are always needed and on the go, finding a way to balance life and not lose yourself is crucial.

This Is How to Work Hard and Still Be a Great Mom

It is possible to be a successful working mom and to still be a good mom. I have been the stay-at-home mom, but I