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Meet Mandy Stone of Sister Expressions

Today we’d like to introduce you to Mandy Stone.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
Sister Expressions is a blog which was created in hopes of keeping sisters (all women) uplifted and positive. Having suffered many hurts at the hands of other women, Sister Expressions started as a way to express my personal feelings. Thereafter, I thought all women needed the opportunity and a safe haven to share their feelings & look for advice outside the Reality TV World, which can sometimes be very hard to do!

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
As with many efforts in life, there have been challenges as Sister Expressions is still currently forming a remarkable brand. The challenges are more personal. As a blogger, it is imperative to commit your time along with consistency to your efforts. As many working Americans, I have found it to be difficult to meet the necessary time needed. However, I am hopeful and determine that this will be Sister Expressions best year yet!

Alright – so let’s talk business. Tell us about Sister Expressions – what should we know?
Sister Expressions is a local Atlanta blog created by Amanda Harris (writer name Mandy/Mandee Stone). The main objective of this blog is to provide encouragement and positive words of affirmation to all women. We specialize in makeovers both physically and spiritually! Mandy is available for motivational, preaching, and teaching opportunities.

We are most proud of the goal of staying away from negativity regarding the world in which we reside. Like other sites choose to commit on gossip, we focus on positive topics that seek to empower, encourage, and provide confidence for women to reach their desires and goals throughout life.

Any shoutouts? Who else deserves credit in this story – who has played a meaningful role?
There are many who have cheered me on and provided inspiration. In January of 2015, I was invited to my first vision board party by Patrice Graham of Speech Expressions. It was at this time I began to open my viewpoints and developed an urge to create Sister Expressions. Along the way other leading ladies inspired and supported by vision, such as Kellye A. Bowens of Visionology Event Management and Karen Campbell of Karen the Connector.

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Dorothy Harpe, Patrice Graham, Brooke Harpe, Gabrielle Cartwright, Aneshia Thomas, Octavia Warthen, Yvette Parks, Jessica Banks, Whitney Langley, Diamond Glass, Stephanie Carter, Deitra Thomas, Miracle Dyson

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