We could all be happier if we made better decisions. Well, what if we followed the proverb below? “Don’t speak to a fool, for he will despise the insight of your words.” Proverbs 23:9 CSB Easier said than done, right? This one is hard sometimes. Especially when you believe so deeply about the subject matterContinue reading “MORE HAPPY”


At ReallyLeah, we believe in rest, Sabbaths, and self care. So we are taking a little break before the holidays. But we will return on October 19, 2022 to process orders, and respond to any comments. Until then, live well and be blessed, Leah


The end of spring and the beginning of summer marks a time in our calendars when we enjoy the outdoors with food, family, and friends. It is a time of mourning the loss of our country’s heroes during Memorial Day, hanging American flags, celebrating our dads, and igniting fireworks for Independence Day. It has alsoContinue reading “FUN FOR THE SUN”


I am thrilled to release a new line of handcrafted art for your table and cups, or just for the joy of it. The theme is “Downtown Ocala” and you can find this boutique-style table art exclusively at the Gallery on Magnolia at 40 South Magnolia Ave in Ocala, Florida. 40 South Magnolia Avenue. (352)Continue reading “BRANCHING OUT”


Finishing Well (and WINNING) Requires Focus for the New Week This post is a revision to an article I wrote last Friday because I needed to read it again and perhaps you do as well. Last week, I shared my take on Aesop’s fable, “The Hare & the Tortoise.” I asked readers to pick aContinue reading “READY, SET, FOCUS, TODAY”


Finishing Well (and WINNING) Requires Focus. Earlier this week, I shared my take on Aesop’s fable, “The Hare & the Tortoise.” I asked readers to pick a side, examine similarities to each character, and consider areas where improvement is needed. Today, I want to push the subject matter a bit further with a variation ofContinue reading “READY, SET, FOCUS”

The 3 C’s That Changed My Life

And Why I Try to Spread Joy With Every Sip Hi, I’m Leah. The crying child I am holding is my sister, Candra. The first C. Candra came into our family when I was six. She was cute, but she had several complications that I did not understand.  Up until her amazing arrival, life was pretty simple. I hadContinue reading “The 3 C’s That Changed My Life”

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