Back to School and Texas Tour

By Regina Rowley / January 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Well, here we are mid August. It’s time for Back to School and the Life Changing Conference Texas tour. I’m hearing about a few kiddos who have already started back. Has school started in your district yet? As we prepare for another year of gaining knowledge and growth let’s talk about a few of the […]

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Empowering a Woman, that’s YOU…

By Regina Rowley / January 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

I just love inspiring quotes. Don’t you? As I was looking for a familiar quote, I stumbled upon a few worth sharing. Perhaps you will find value in them and think of someone who could benefit from them as well. Life is short and it’s a small world. Let’s be a source of strength for […]

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KUTA Empowered Women are in the Know

By Regina Rowley / December 20, 2014 / 0 Comments

Hello Friends! There have been a few new developments since we last connected by blog. I thought I would share a few with you today. SheKnows.com is an online publication dedicated to information women need and want to know. I hope you will check them out. They have so much variety. I am now a […]

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Can 10 Weeks Make a Difference?

By Regina Rowley / December 6, 2014 / 0 Comments

The above¬†analyses indicates, women who participate in self-defense training are less likely to experience sexual assault and are more confident in their ability to effectively resist assault than similar women who have not taken such a class. This study was conducted by sociologist, Jocelyn Hollander, at the University of Oregon a year after the students […]

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Dangerous Instincts

By Regina Rowley / November 20, 2014 / 0 Comments

I have often encouraged my students to trust their instincts. And while there is a vein of truth this, Mary Ellen O’Toole, author of Dangerous Instincts, guides us through a few tactics to help us avoid unsafe situations. The truth of the matter is, we can’t always tell if people are dangerous just by looking […]

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By Regina Rowley / November 7, 2014 / 0 Comments

Do you find yourself going through your days knowing you have a greater purpose? Not that there is anything wrong or dishonorable about your current life, but just a deep knowing, you are here for an even greater purpose? There is more, a deep passionate purpose? Maybe you are like me and you already know […]

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Teen Dating Violence

By Regina Rowley / October 20, 2014 / 0 Comments

Warning Signs: He frequently gives her “advice” about her choice of friends, hairstyle, clothes, or makeup. He calls her demeaning names, then laughs and tells her he was only kidding or that she’s too sensitive. She makes excuses for his poor behavior or says it’s her fault. He calls and texts her many times an […]

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Avoiding a Random Sucker Punch

By Regina Rowley / October 7, 2014 / 0 Comments

As I was in my car waiting at a traffic light today, I noticed a young lady running with earbuds. She had paused at the intersection, waiting for traffic to clear. It occurred to me how easily someone could come up behind her with a sucker punch or other ill harm. Being aware of your […]

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Moms and Young Children

By Regina Rowley / September 20, 2014 / 0 Comments

A concerned mom reached out to me after hearing about the following incident. She is wondering what to do? How to get her child and self into the car safely. “I was in a parking lot of a very nice shopping center. The armed robber approached me after I buckled my child into his car […]

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Joggers Safety

By Regina Rowley / September 8, 2014 / 0 Comments

It always makes me sad to see joggers with ear buds. Although I totally get it, running to music is enjoyable and motivating, plugging ears with ear buds reduces the ability to hear approaching danger. Anytime we reduce/minimze our senses, we increase the opportunity to be caught off guard. Should you find yourself being followed, […]

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