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Bradi Nathan
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I am the mother of two rockin' kids and one rockin' hubby-who is like a third kid. I helped to create because I needed it as much as anyone else. My life has been forever changed by the amazing mothers that I have had the pleasure of interviewing and speaking with on Butterfly. Let's continue this journey together.


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Buy a Recycled Gun

Posted on March 4, 2013 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

On December 15th I wrote an entry entitled, “Please Help to Fight Against Stricter Gun Control!”  I followed up by citing a link to a petition that has been started in order to address the issue of gun control on the …


Since You've Been Gone

Posted on February 25, 2013 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Hi, it’s me, Bradi, Co-founder of  I trust you have all been well, celebrated many joyous occasions, milestones, overcome obstacles or perhaps even heartache, since I last wrote.  May I point out some wonderful events and blogs that you might have overlooked in recent months (I’m sure you haven’t been too busy… NOT).



Please help to fight against stricter gun control

Posted on December 15, 2012 at 11:00pm 2 Comments

If you were to read this entry on a physical piece of paper, written in ink or in pen, you would notice smudges from teardrops along the paper’s edge.  You would know instantaneously that the entry was crafted by a mother.  A parent who has been so deeply grief stricken upon learning about the recent, senseless deaths of too many young children, babies who could have easily been our own.  You would know that these tears are no different from the tears that President Obama…


F U Sandy, I am Thankful

Posted on November 19, 2012 at 12:42pm 0 Comments

Let’s reflect, shall we? Sandy sucks and unemployment rates, add to them the latest Hostess casualties, are higher than ever.  Israeli and Palestinian militants are at war and extra marital affairs seem to be a prerequisite for high profile jobs.


So what can we, the moms of this world, possibly give thanks for this…


Spill It! Have You Visited Lately?

Posted on October 23, 2012 at 1:53pm 0 Comments

Time to come clean.  When’s the last time you logged on to  Was it last week, month, or year?  Time-pressed I know but, spare a few to engage in support, advice and solutions for women like us.  We LOVE the new posts recently added by fellow Butterflies who say just this:




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At 5:26pm on August 31, 2015, Joan Bernard said…

Am Jenny by name dear, I would like to communicate with you please contact me direct with my email address ( )

At 4:35pm on February 29, 2012, Jenny Clay said…

Thanks for the birthday wish!  :)  Oh... I know someone that sells do terra oils... they are great!


At 5:42pm on January 18, 2012, Marcia Eggleston said…


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At 8:41pm on January 3, 2012, Jill Starishevsky said…

Hi Bradi,

Happy New Year to you!  I wish you great things in 2012!


At 9:34pm on September 13, 2011, thania arellano said…
Thank you for your letter, I will do so very shortly.  Thania
At 11:21am on September 13, 2011, Porcia Hubbard said…
Thank you so much for the bday wish. Im so sorry for the late response. I had no idea I still had active accounts all over the place
At 12:29pm on August 16, 2011, Dorothy Tannahill-Moran said…

To Karla, there are a few things going on here for you to understand and I will also toss in some suggestions on things you can do to move yourself forward.

1- Momentum and inertia - Highly underrated but the deal is that you stopped your process that was obviously successful to go pursue other things.  Now that you're restarting your efforts, to some degree its harder than the first time and it probably is.  Anytime we stop something that has momentum, restarting is often times a bigger effort.  It's true for job seekers and it's true for business.  What does this mean for you right now? 1- acknowledge that it's going to "feel" bigger for a while and 2- don't allow that feeling overwhelm you, simple know that each day will get better.

2- Manage your expectations - You may think that in your restart that all your previous good business will simply manifest itself - or maybe not.  But, you need to make sure your expectations of yourself and what to expect are well managed.  You sound like you're having a hard time finding the "umpf" or motivation to get back at it to the same degree.  It could be that you have some expectations and when those are met, we get seriously bummed out ie: unmotivated.  Set down and write out your business goals and what your activities will be to get there and then do them.

3- Action = motivation.  Until you have established enough traction in getting your business restarted, you are going to have to rely on simply ensuring each day you are doing things that will get you shows booked.  After a while of doing that you will discover you are back to feeling motivated.  Motivation either comes from internal inspiration (like probably where you were when you first started) or comes from the act of doing.  Right now, you need regular action and perhaps someone to keep you accountable and upbeat until you can take the training wheels off. 

If you have any more questions, feel free to email me.

At 2:24am on July 8, 2011, lynn john said…
Thank you for your welcome and support.
At 10:31am on July 7, 2011, Felicia McClinton said…

Thank you so much for the welcome.  I will update soon.



At 2:47pm on June 28, 2011, Cynthia Stevenson said…
You asked that I upload a blog about my entrepreneurial and parenting journey. I can write a piece on this network, but my blog, which should be connected via RSS, does not involve this type of subject matter. So, would you like me to write more under my profile...? I'm a little confused. Let me know.
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