My Sanity Plan.

New Year. New Me. Choosing My Energy.

Just like you, I am a woman who wears many hats. I am a wife, mother of Five children ages 5-16, an entrepreneur, blogger and an author. In order to experience some level of order in my life, I had to create a plan to keep my life centered. Having a Sanity Plan is essential for me to keep my head above water to ensure I am the best person I can be. Continue reading

Iyanla Vanzant: Tapping the Power Within.

Book Club Series Introduction

 

Unapologetic living for me is all about taking back my power to be myself without shame. Without caring about the boxes, people try to put me in. Without being upset about the lies, people have created with the hope of destroying my character. Without hiding or trying to convince people, I am kind, worthy or desperately screaming, “PICK ME! PICK ME! I promise I am loyal. I promise am good.” I do not need validation to live. I have to own that fact by walking it out, doing what is right for me. Continue reading

Tearing Down The Walls Of My Belief System.

What’s really in my heart?

Ok, this post is going to be very different from any other post I have ever written here because I am taking a risk that I have never taken before. I am willing to throw away everything I have ever been taught in my whole life, and I want to be able to explore my life, my spirituality from the ground up. Everything I have ever been taught, I want to put it all on trial. I want to make sure that what I’ve been taught is facts for what I know to be true and not because someone told me. Continue reading

Is There Truth To The Saying “We Are What We Speak?”

Our Words Have POWER!

My good friend and I recently had a conversation about watching the words that come from our mouths. We both curse a lot and want to change. During our discussion, I shared how I have the willpower to stop swearing because I turn it off when it counts. I do not curse at church. I don’t curse while servicing clients, or when in professional settings. I do not curse around my Aunties or around any other person I admire. But Oh how the colorful words flow from my mouth casually among friends…..or in anger…..or when trying to be funny. I need to stop cursing for one main reason: It is negative talk. I have to cease to be reckless with my mouth even while joking. Continue reading