Introducing Kristen McCall & Co., my amazing company and the culmination of 10+ years of my digital marketing and social media career! I have been an entrepreneur since I was only 5-years-old! Seriously. At 5 I would come home from Kindergarten and walk to my neighbor’s house and let out her dog and play with her. My neighbor worked fulltime and wanted her precious golden retriever to have a friend and some
You want to use social media to help pursue your passions… but it feels like a total drag. You’re constantly “online”, but never getting anything done. You’re overwhelmed. You don’t have a strategy or plan, so you don’t know how to move forward. You’re sick of wasting your time and getting disappointing results – or worse – the horrible feeling you get from posts with low engagement. … Ready for a change? There’s
2016. What a year. I’ve recently seen more memes and silly eCards online about how everyone collectively agrees that it was quite a year. Do you feel it too? I’m not sure how you feel about the past year we’ve just experienced, but I too agree that it’s been quite a doozy, both personally and collectively as a nation. I’m sad to admit but most of last year I felt
I love to read. And y’all, Amazon is having an AMAZING sale on Christian Women’s Kindle eBooks right now — most of them are just $0.99 and all are under $5! I have had a love affair with reading since I was in elementary school, and I’m thankful for parents and teachers who encouraged that love. Nowadays, one of my favorite ways to quickly read through dozens of books a year is
Motherhood has hit me in a way that I didn’t expect. Growing up I always wanted to be a mom. I have had ambitious visions of being a business woman, but my visions always included having a family. Yet as I was surprisingly thrown into the deep end of motherhood, I struggled to figure out, “Who am I as a MOM now? Am I the same person?” In some weird
“What do you do?” It seems like an innocent enough question. But I also found myself feeling wildly insecure when I was asked this recently. I was in the company of a group of new friends, and they were doctors, lawyers, etc. Career people. “What do you do?” they asked me. Suddenly my mouth got dry and there was a flutter in my stomach and I felt wildly less than.
For more than two years now I’ve had the privilege of managing Selma Wilson’s blog and social media, co-hosting her podcast Selma on Leadership, and as a result we have become very close. If you’re connected to LifeWay or B&H Publishing in any way, then you know and love Selma. If you’re not, then allow me to introduce you to one of the most impactful Christian women I know. Selma
My life feels so, so, SO different than it did a mere 3 or 4 years ago. During that season, I was in the darkest valley I’ve ever known… dealing with heartbreak, loss of dreams and visions of the future, and walking through a pregnancy alone in the midst of a soul-crushing divorce. Writing was my creative outlet. It was the time I set aside for me, to process, to journal.