Jayme and her two children, Braden and Alyssa have lived in Ashland since 2008. Jayme is the Marketing and Communications Coordinator for Emery Sapp and Sons, Inc. and is a volunteer with several local organizations. She enjoys watching her kids play sports, exercising and spending time with her family outdoors.

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Oh…You Had to Smile, But Did You Die?

So, we are like many Americans and like to send out Christmas cards with pictures of our family on them. Our picture was taken by my daughter’s 12-year-old best friend and my cell phone. I didn’t want to pay a sitting fee to a photographer, to then review them and feel like I could have […]

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Are You On FIRE For Life?

Are you on FIRE for life? What does that even mean? I think that being on fire for life is something that many people are not.   To me, being on fire is enjoying and living life to the fullest, doing your best and helping others along the way. So, are you on FIRE for LIFE? […]

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Intentionally Nice

As we begin another new year, we set resolutions that are based on our hopes and dreams for our life and if you are like the rest of America, only a few of these resolutions are long term and don’t have to do with your weight! I remember several years ago that I caught myself […]

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To Chalk Or Not

Is your house ready for the holidays? Well, mine is not! So, to get things moving in the right direction, I decided to update some old furniture with paint. A friend of mine is always posting picture of her cute creations (Kings Creations) and it made me think I could do this too. So, I […]

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Happiness…You Make the Choice!

Happiness is defined as: a mental or emotional state of well-being characterized by positive or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy. When I read this, the word that spoke to me, was CONTENTMENT. So I asked myself, am I content with my life, am I happy where I am, with what I have? […]

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