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A Few of My Favorite Things for Back-to-School 2015

Back-to-school is in full swing! Here are my favorite things for back-to-school 2015!

When I was a student, back-to-school shopping was my favorite thing ever. Not necessarily the clothes but the school supplies, the smell of new books and brand new notepads, plus it always felt like a fresh start, it still does. The back-to-school season is in full swing, whether you’re a student, …

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My First Year of College: 7 Things I Wish I’d Known

The first year of college is a challenging and exciting time. I've been there. Here my 7 tips to make the most of it.

Everyone wants to give you advice about your first year of college. It’s exhausting, I know, I’ve been in your shoes. The truth is that there are some valuable lessons to learn from others so you don’t make the same mistakes. There are many things I wish I’d known in my first …

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3 Habits That Are Harming Your Self-Esteem

Are your habits harming your self-esteem? Many of our habits have negative impact on our daily lives. Find out 3 habits to stop doing today.

Some of your habits may be harming your self-esteem. These conditioned behaviors, from checking Instagram before you brush your teeth in the morning to ignoring another call from your mother, can be harming your self-esteem big time.  When you become aware of these habits you are more likely to change …

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Join Emily this Tuesday on Relationships 2.0 with Michelle Skeen

Don't miss Emily Roberts speaking live this Tuesday on Michelle Skeen's Relationships 2.0 about her Express Yourself and online communication, 3pm to 4pm.

Today join two awesome authors, women and communication experts discussing how to be a confident communicator! Don’t miss Emily Roberts speaking this Tuesday with Michelle Skeen, author, psychologist, mom and radio show host.  Emily and Michelle will talk about Emily’s new book Express Yourself and how to communicate effectively in today’s …

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Your Child’s Self-Esteem: Don’t Make These Mistakes

Your child's self-esteem is important. Parents, don't say the wrong thing. Here's what you should be saying to build your child's self-esteem.

Your child’s self-esteem is constantly being shaped by what you say and do—even when you aren’t noticing. Many parents have the best of intentions but make mistakes that can be very damaging to their child’s self-esteem.  In my work with children and adults, I’ve noticed that there are particular things parents …

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Know Your Rights Online

The following excerpt if from Emily Robert's book Express Yourself. Social media is at the tip of your finger, but do you know your rights online?

The following excerpt is from Emily Robert’s Express Yourself: A Teen Girl’s Guide To Speaking Up and Being Who You Are. Snap, hashtag, post, like, share, ask, gram–you know the drill. All of these fun and exciting ways to connect on social media make it almost impossible to put your phone down. …

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Speak Up & Shine with Confidence
Do you want to get rid of your insecurities and feel confident in the skin you're in? Who doesn't?! Enter your email now and get a bonus chapter from my book Express Yourself, plus weekly confidence boosters and early access to upcoming projects and events!