JA sense of heritage unites, and family inspires many people to succeed and flourish. With these strong connections, people can do fascinating and valuable things.
When Eulanda Shead Osagiede was 9, she started her first business. She sold perfume — made from flower petals from her front yard — at
Too often, we make excuses to stay within our comfort zones. If you have ever thought, “I wish I could do that!” or, “if only I
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Omo Osagiede and Eulanda Shead Osagiede brought their passion for travel, art and culture to life on their blog Hey! Dip your Toes In. Read parts one and
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