News about our let’s Celebrate Movement

Hello hello hello, very excited to share with you my readers, or maybe with myself.

I consider this blog to be my journal as an entrepreneur,  my goals, my ideas my space in the world. Hope to one day look back and enjoy reading to myself my own thoughts.

So sharing here today a movement that a created on my Instagram.   A few weeks ago I was listing to a room in ClubHouse and i hear this story that touched me very deeply.

Trying to make it short, she was sharing her story. Growing up poor, how she used to spend her Saturdays with her mom and brothers at some kind of “church sales group”

So she used to sit under the table and read the books that were for sale to collect for donations, and sometimes the people would give her the candies that were for sale.

On this particular day, she was so hungry, so hungry, that the whole walk there, she was praying to God for food, she was a child. She was there all day when they left and went home, at the end of the afternoon, by her surprise, her godmother who has just moved back into town passed by and left them an envelope with money. So basically her prayer was answered.

I was in tears, Tania Sanches story touched enough to make me stand up and add something more for my battle. Since the pandemic, I been guiding and teaching women about the importance of celebrating, and sharing my knowledge as party designer.   Hoping to help mother’s to continue celebrating at home.

However now I created a movement on my Instagram,  “A CAKE CHALLENGE”, I shared with my followers the idea of purchasing a cake and passing forward to a stranger, to push people in these hard times to do the same, celebrate!

Here is my embarrassing moment crying live lol

But seriously, have you ever thought about how lucky we are? My kids have clothes, food, and a roof to call home!  A kid that prays for food, to have a cake is luxury! So maybe next time, just look around and surprise a child with a cupcake!

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