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Maker Profile: Eileen Nepomuceno

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Maker Profile: Eileen Nepomuceno

Meet MyIntent Maker Eileen Nepomuceno from Hawaii in her own words Why did you decide to become a Maker? I decided to become a Maker because MyIntent fills a space of positivity that I needed very much. I spent the last 4 years of my career doing labor relations – grievances, investigations, discipline, basically a very tough position that didn’t have a lot of positive moments.  I loved the work and I learned so much about my capacity in the process so it was worth it but I had to work harder to stay balanced.  I read everything on your website...


Father's Day WORDS and Stories 2017

Father's Day WORDS and Stories 2017

We are inspired from reading your stories for Father's Day.  Here are a few: PEDAL ONHe has Parkinson's Disease.  Through biking, he's found a way to manage the symptoms and live a healthy lifestyle.  He's an exceptional father, grandfather, husband, and an example of how all men should live life.HAVE FUNMy dad recently passed away and his wish for everyone always was to "have fun".  I want to be reminded to have fun every chance I get.DADYou once said you felt your purpose in life was to be a great Dad. This is just a reminder to be the best...


GIVING TUESDAY

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GIVING TUESDAY

This project started by giving - a lot of bracelets!  I had just moved to LA and was seeking community and positivity.  I started hosting events that involved yoga, meditation, singing, and painting.  We would also setup a table with a kit for making intention bracelets.  Asking each other "What's Your WORD?" anchored a meaningful and positive tone for the gatherings. Then my friend and actress Torrey Devitto asked if we would make bracelets at her charity event for orphans with HIV in Africa.  I found 3 friends who volunteered with me and we raised over $2,500 in 3 hours!...


MOTHER

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MOTHER

Our hearts are touched as we read through your stories about Mom. Here are just a few we would like to share with you:    COURAGE - Three years ago, my mom stepped out and risked her life to save the life of my friend. Everyone lived, and my mom ended up getting a medal from the Queen because of it, but since then she's really struggled with anxiety and depression, to the point of needing a service dog. My mom is a fighter and has redefined the word courage for me. I'd love to be able to remind her...