I’d Do Anything For ME!

I’d do anything for me, but I used to didn’t. (Read that again) I used to put everyone else’s needs before mine. Really, I used to. But, I don’t anymore. Why did I stop? Well, I am glad you asked. And really, the answer is very simple. I love myself enough to know that I…

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Tending To My Front Yard

Here’s my foregone conclusion: I. Want. To. Mind. My. Own. Business. I can’t handle minding other peoples business. It’s to much. I have worked so hard and fought so hard for my curb appeal and green grass. I want to move to my backyard, but someone came in and trampled my lawn, so… back to…

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I Am Good Soil

For the first time in over 10 years, I am in love with myself and I am walking in my purpose. I’m out of a stretch of low self esteem and heartbreaks. I wanted to wallow in my misfortune, But God kept giving me more things and more people to nurture and love. I watched…

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Couch Beach

There is a stigma around counseling, psychologist and psychiatrists. People are ashamed to take care of their mental and behavorial health. I have heard people say that they don’t need anyone. My Truth understands that we were not created to do life alone. Take a figurative journey with me as I interpret a suitable helper…

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Growing Pains

Heartbreak hurts. Heartbreak is caused by death, losing a friend, not getting a job that you knew you’d be perfect for, disagreements with loved ones, delays to plans you just knew were rock solid or all out denial of your wants or desires in a situation. Heartbreak is pain. As you experience this pain, you…

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Perfect Storm

It was the perfect storm. Everything at work was going well, yet my personal life was a tsunami. Grief and heartbreak were playing ring-around-Layla. In March of 2013, my mom had a massive stroke. We spent months working on her recovery, but God changed her assignment and made her my guardian angel in May of…

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Don’t Fake The Funk

Real life. Your daily life. What you do on a daily basis. Be happy with your real life. Don’t fake the funk. Don’t fake your happiness for a bunch of people on social media. This current generation seems to be so groomed to take a ton of photos, post them and hastag things like #LivingMyBestLife.…

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