• Aja Moon

Updated: Jun 19, 2019

The months of August – October are my favorite.  They always serve for me a fresh perspective.  As we get settled into fall this month and we look forward to all the things this harvest season has to offer, I am continuously building and looking for dope ways to bring you all relatable content.


This month has a ton of celebrations, including but not limited to Halloween (if that is your thing) and Columbus Day (again, if that is your thing).


I have compiled a list of the observances that we will be observing this month here at She Lifts.  I see these as opportunities to educate not only myself, but you guys as well, hang a little tighter with family and friends and have some fun!

  1. Antidepressant Death Awareness Month

  2. Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  3. Eat Better, Eat Together Month

  4. Emotional Wellness Month

  5. Health Literacy Month

  6. National Book Month

  7. National Depression Education and Awareness Month

  8. National Domestic Violence Month

  9. Photographer Appreciation Month

  10. Self-Promotion Month

  11. Tackling Hunger Month

Honestly, prior to looking for this information, I had no idea that all of this stuff was going on in the mighty month of October.  For a full list of all that October has to offer (and every other month, too!), click here.


Stay tuned for all of the fun and festivities this month and as always, thanks for putting your ears on it!!


Love & Light, Fam!!


#writing #depression #journal #ministry #october #motivation #inspiration

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  • Aja Moon

This week’s episode covers a lot of different topics under one huge and super important umbrella, mentorship.

No one has gotten to where they are in life, or achieved the level of success that they have alone.  There is always someone there helping them along the way as a trusted confidant, mentor and tutor.

This is supremely important for those of us who are working our way up through some ladder whether its corporate, small business, non profit or whatever.  Throughout your journey, you will encounter a ton of people who possess skill sets and expertise that will  serve you in your journey.

This presents the opportunity for them to become ingrained into your success story, and you into theirs.

This week is all about making the difference in someone’s life.  This is not always a monetary factor. Most times, it has nothing to do with money at all.  Taking someone under your wing and teaching them what you know is equally (if not more) impactful and beneficial.

I encourage each of the readers and listeners to reach out to someone whom they feel has potential to be something great, someone you believe in.  Reach out ask them how you can assist them.  Reach out and let them know that you see them, offer words of encouragement and see where that goes.

You could be in the beginning stages of building a lucrative and lifelong partnership with someone by simply reaching out and sparking a conversation.

Love & light, Fam!

#writing #applepodcast #journal #motivation #itunes #soundcloud #SheLiftsPodcast #inspiration

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  • Aja Moon

Updated: Jun 19, 2019

Ok so, we are totally living in a fast paced society.  I get it.  We like everything to be brief and straight to the point and definitely instantaneous.


I’m certain that this is why there is such a high rate for anxiety.  We are all in react and anticipatory mode.  No one is relaxing and no one is going with the flow anymore.


One cure for that is journaling.  Journaling is a great way to get all of your thoughts down, consolidate them in one place and use as a point of reference.  Its also a great way to document events in your life.


Most of all, journaling is an awesome outlet and stress reliever.  But seriously, who has time for all that?


When I discovered bullet journaling, it literally changed my life.  It is part of the reason why I started this podcast in the first place. Yea, that kind of life changing.


Bullet journaling is a customizable system of organizing tasks, lists and duties.  It seemed pretty formidable for me at first, because I was used to a more prose style of writing, but once I began utilizing this method, it was much quicker and it assisted me in staying organized.


Pinterest (even though I don’t mention them as often as I should) has a TON of great references, templates and prompts to get you started.


It also helped me get to know myself.  I used a daily prompt and allowed myself 10 minutes a day to write on that subject.  It truly helped me to dig deep every day and pull some of the best work out of this rusty old brain of mine.


So, today, on Write it Out Wednesday, I encourage you to check out the links up above and get started with your bullet journal, TODAY!!


Love & Light, Fam!


#writing #organization #applepodcast #journal #journaling #motivation #itunes #anxiety #soundcloud #bulletjournal #SheLiftsPodcast #inspiration

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