There’s no better time to be thankful than right now. Something so simple, yet an afterthought in our daily lives. Taking a few moments of knowledge our blessings can do wonders for our mind, body, and soul. And that’s exactly what I want to challenge you to do for the next few weeks.
Not me, posting on a day other than Sunday... 👀 YES, honey! I wanted to start wrapping up each month with a post like this one. I'll share what was discussed, reflect on any lessons I've learned, and set a goal or two for the month ahead. So, let's get into it... POSTS PUBLISHED In [...]
Planners are great tools to help you stay organized.The ultimate goal is to spend more time executing and less time scheduling.
I decided to become abstinent a little under 2 years ago. Although it gets challenging at times, it's been one of the best decisions I've ever made. Just putting it out there, I'm not telling you what to do with your body. I'm just sharing my story and what I've chose to do with mine. [...]
Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp pulled a mean stunt on us last week. How did you hold up while they were down? (😏 see what I did there) Honestly, I don't think it would be bad if they happened more often. I’m one of those people who wishes we were still in the earlier tech days. [...]
Out of all the days in the year, my two favorite are New Year's Day and my birthday. And last week I got a chance to celebrate one of them... I turned 24! There is nothing more refreshing than a blank page, a new chapter in my book of life, and I'm so excited to [...]
I had a moment this week where I walked past a mirror and did a double-take. It was one of the most terrifying, yet exhilarating, things I've ever felt. This is a new version of me.
I've got through some of my toughest moments with journaling. Family issues, break ups, depression, and even a pandemic. It's always been necessary for me to feel comfortable with my thoughts, but even more so as an adult. Other than talking to God or someone I'm close with, journaling is a place where I can [...]
It can be really difficult getting back into the swing of things after a depressive episode. On top of that, you may not want to talk to anyone about what you're dealing with. (And that's okay) But please know that no matter how far down you are, there is a way up and out.
Self assessments give you a view of where you are and help you get to where you want to be.