They say mud baths and clay mask are the best things for your skin. Well let’s get dirty! The first event in the Get Out and Get Dirty Series will be The Dirty Dash. I will be getting down and dirty Saturday, July 26th right here in the Boston area. Chief Life Changers…do you want to join me? Details soon on how you can win registration and CLC goodies for you and your gal pals.
So every blue moon I get the question, “What’s your fascination with elephants?” So being that I have decided to use elephants as a symbol for Chief Life Changers, I figured I would explain why.
Elephants can be the symbol for many things such as wisdom, honor, reliability, royalty, dignity, happiness, longevity, strength, stability, patience, among other attributes.
When speaking of the Hindu ways, the elephant is found in the form of Ganesha. Ganesha is the god of luck, fortune, protection and a blessing on all new projects. Ganesha also bulldozes obstacles.
Elephants are also considered Gentle Giants. I love gentle giants. Don’t you?
As I embark on this new adventure of sharing and caring, motivating and inspiring…I bring along a symbol that embodies what Chief Life Changers is all about. We are to be strong but patient, proud but honorable, and have dignity in all that we are and all that we do.