Saturday, December 4, 2021

Hello Readers!


I hope your 2017 is shaping up to be everything you planned it to be! As for me, I would say I am staying on track with my resolutions. I am writing this mid-February, and I can proudly say I am sticking to my New Year’s resolutions. They were much like the ones I’ve made in past years: stay consistent with fitness, eat like I love myself, eliminate any negativity where possible, and journal more often. I must say that journaling has been put on the back burner for almost two weeks now, but admitting it in writing to all of you is going to motivate me to get back at it!

In 2017, I also made a pact with myself that I would become more involved with a wonderful community organization called Food 4 Kids.I have dedicated a space in the publication to share with you- information about this wonderful non-profit team- that ensures children in our community are getting enough food. I would like to challenge each of you to learn a little more about Food 4 Kids, and maybe even get involved where you can. It is an organization close to my heart, and I would love to see it receive more support; I encourage you to check out their ad, as well as their website and give where you can!

I wish you a wonderful spring, and God bless,

Susana Medeiros

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Susana Medeiros
Married almost 25 years and mother of three, Susana is passionate about family, community, and small business. After a very difficult life-stage, she was forced to re-invent herself, personally and professionally. Family Matters Magazine was part of an effort to combine all of her passions into a new career/business opportunity. Susana strives to balance family and work to the best of her ability. Although her children are grown, she still puts focus on daily home-cooked meals and family dinners at the table, almost every night. Being at a later stage of parenthood, she is learning to take more time to explore her own interests and is enjoying more time with her husband as their children become more independent. Professionally, Susana has partnered up in various community projects including The Mom Show. She enjoys encouraging mothers to recognize their potential, as women, outside of motherhood. Ninjamom is personal project that is in it's early stages. It is a movement to empower mothers to practice self-love and self-care without the guilt. Susana has over 25 years of marketing, advertising and sales experience. She works diligently to promote clients in their community both organically and through the online and print publication of Family Matters Magazine.

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