• Living Gracefully

    Happy Chinese New Year: Remembering My Roots

    A few days ago, one of my kids was joking around and he mentioned that I was a foreigner stepmom. I laughed with him at first and then suddenly realized that I often forget that I am a foreigner. Lol 😉 It has been almost 14 years since I moved to Michigan from China. I’ve been in the U.S. for so long that I sometimes forgot I am a foreigner; but I always remember my Chinese roots. You can read more about my journey of being an Immigrant in my book Finding Grace which is on sale for $17 to all U.S. shipping addresses (shipping fee and tax included if…

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    Coming Soon: A Widow’s Resilience

    I am proud to announce the release of a new anthology book I will be a part of called A Widow’s Resilience. This book contains inspiring stories from women who courageously moved forward after the death of their significant others. It was such an honor to be part of such an amazing project and to learn how other widows were able to heal and transform their lives after loss. A Widow’s Resilience is set to be released soon on Amazon but in the meantime, you can pre-order your copy now at a special pre-sale price by visiting the website www.awidowsresilience.com More details to come soon!

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    What does Finding Grace Mean to You?

    Did you know that the original title of my book was called From Widow to Boss Lady? My publisher suggested that I change it to Finding Grace and I love that I did!! What does the title Finding Grace mean to you? The many people that have read my book have their own different interpretations. Below is my interpretation as an author at this very moment of my life; I am pretty sure it will change accordingly as I keep learning and growing. 😉 Finding Grace is about finding who I am. My book Finding Grace shows the journey of self-discovery. I go from a poor, ugly and useless girl…

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    Women We Love Wednesday Podcast

    Wednesday I had the pleasure of being featured on the Women We Love Wednesday (WWLW) Podcast. The Women We Love Wednesday Podcast highlights local female entrepreneurs and allows them to tell their stories in order to educate and inspire others to live their best life. This podcast was created and is hosted by metro Detroiter and female entrepreneur Alexandria Richey (Sasha). Sasha is also the founder and CEO of Dáma detroit, a female-owned, Detroit based clothing line designed for women on the move. Since episode one, I have been a huge fan of this podcast and was honored to be invited onto the show as a guest. During today’s podcast,…

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    Make Your Goals a Part of Your Everyday Routine

    Sunday was the last day of the first month of 2021. How is the new year going so far for you? Are you still on track with what you planned on doing? Now is a good time to go back to review your progress and adjust accordingly. One thing I have learned in order to reach my goals more often is to make my daily routine a true reflection of my goals (or my priorities). If I don’t plug in what I need to do on a daily basis to reach my goals, then my goals just become nice wishes or dreams. In my book Finding Grace, my goals (or…

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    Life After Loss: Moving Forward With God’s Blessings

    This past Monday was the 4 year anniversary of my late husband Bob passing away. A few days before it, I mentioned it to my husband Matt and told him this day was coming up. He gave me a big hug and told me “sorry.” A few people have asked me the following question “Is Matt ok with you talking about your late husband all the time?” Great question, right? I was worried at the beginning too. About 6 months after we started dating, I was focused on promoting my book Finding Grace. In this book, I talk A LOT about my late husband. In fact, I dedicated this book…

  • Fitness/healthy life style

    Tips To Look And Feel Your Best in 2021

    With this new year, especially after 2020, we all need a new look to jump start a fresh and hopeful 2021, right? Speaking of new looks, did you notice anything about my hair? 😉 Well, I recently chopped my hair short and donated 10 inches of it to charity. My hairdresser was so impressed by how thick and healthy my hair was that they asked me what my secret was. Lol! After she found out I was almost 47 years old, she REALLY wanted to know all my secrets for looking 10 years younger and healthier! Other than the ways we are all aware of (for example, eating more vegetables,…

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    Living Gracefully: The Journey of Finding True Happiness

    “My late husband had been my source of care, happiness, love, and confidence. After I lost him, I slowly realized that I needed to find all these qualities within myself. This was the beginning of my trajectory from widow to an empowered human being. I began to transform my life from surviving to thriving.” – Grace Liang from Finding Grace My book Finding Grace is on sale now for $17 (price includes tax and shipping fees if you live in the U.S). Click here to buy your copy now! Now after walking with God for more than a year, I have come to realize there is a journey to true…

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    Live in the D: How I Learned to Live Gracefully

    Yesterday morning at 10 am, I appeared on WDIV Local 4 for their weekday “Live in the D” show. Live in The D is a weekday lifestyle show that airs and streams live at 10am on Local 4 WDIV in Detroit. This show takes the time to showcase the positive things happening in the neighborhoods and communities in and around metro Detroit. Yesterday’s show featured an interview I had with reporter Michelle Oliver regarding my life story. I had a lot of fun being interviewed by Michelle and really appreciate everything she did to make the segment happen! I would also like to thank Live in the D for letting…

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    Spread Hope, Not COVID

    This post is sponsored by The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, but all the opinions are my own. As we look at COVID data, it’s easy to get discouraged about the state of our world. The pandemic has no doubt shaped how we live, work, and even how we relate to each other. 2020 was a tough year but we have all heard of or experienced acts of kindness in many different ways. A few weeks ago when my husband and I were getting ready to pay our bill at a fast-food drive-thru, we were told that the young gentleman in the car right in front of us…

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    The Best Gift You Can Give To Your Loved Ones

    This post is sponsored by The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, but all the opinions are my own. As many of you know, I recently got married, bought a new house and am now a wife and stepmom to 4 kids. My 2020 has included so many changes and transformations including going through this pandemic. Every day I am learning to play these new roles and enjoy what life has to offer. Lately, I have been focusing on ordering gifts for my family members. I enjoy finding gifts, wrapping gifts, giving gifts and opening gifts; all the laughter and joy is just so heartwarming. People who know me…

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