Some people have a tendency to be more forgiving of one sub-set of relationships than others. For example, you may have an ex-boyfriend that you’d never let breathe the same air as you again but, you’ll keep being friends with a leech. You’ll keep entertaining that toxic cousin and you won’t set boundaries for your parents etc. Why are you incapable of gifting your “friends” … Continue reading Stop Re-friending People!
Stop dating people that your bare minimums are too much for. One more time for those in the back. Stop dating people that your bare minimums are too much for. Someone’s, “Wow, that’s a lot,” is someone else’s, “Wow, that’s all you need.” Stop entertaining people where loyalty, consistency, consideration, patience and peace are a burden. You are not a burden; you’re a blessing. Stop … Continue reading Blessings Over Burdens
“No” is a complete sentence. One more time for those in the back. “No” is a complete sentence. I’ve confidently stepped, damn near ran, into a season of “No.” I don’t owe you an explanation for my “No;” it stands alone, idle, proud and necessary. My “No” is personal and I owe it to myself to spread it around. I’ve spent years saying yes to … Continue reading Step Into a Season of “No.”
Let’s check your temperature. How are you feeling? I feel proud of myself but, I’m also adulting. I’m paying bills, learning new skills, fostering new relationships, severing others, investing my money, spending my money, traveling more, reading daily and submerging myself in all things Me – because I deserve it. I’m unapologetically selfish right now and why shouldn’t I be? Let’s run that back. I’m … Continue reading Keep Going!
The word “can’t” typically reeks of pessimism and extinguished possibilities but, in this case, its’ imbued with positivity and relief. The daunting pressure to master everything, to try everything, to make a profit from everything – leaves a stain of mediocrity. Being good at everything isn’t as notable as being great at one or two things. I recently attended a conference that lacked a theme. … Continue reading You Can’t Do It All – Pick Something!
We subsist in a generation obsessed with quantity over quality. How many followers do you have on Instagram? How much money do you make? How many cars do you own? How many degrees do you have etc.? And it’s this obsession with quantity that places quality in the background instead of the forefront. When it comes to networking, quantity is okay but quality is supreme. You could know 100 … Continue reading The Quality of Networking
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I like to workout. I’m a fitness enthusiast, of sorts. I enjoy my time in the gym, I love pushing myself and I love the results – those do take time though. I frequently get asked this question, “How do you stay consistent in the gym?” My answer is simple, “I want it that bad.” I … Continue reading The Only Advice You’ll Ever Need to Stay Consistent in the Gym!
Wow! There are only four months left in 2022. How do you feel about that? Excited? Confident? Anxious? Accomplished? Inspired? (Try saying that five times fast.) I feel amazing and blessed but I also feel a little overwhelmed. Did I do enough this year? Do I have enough time left to accomplish my yearly goals? Am I being too hard on myself? I’m my biggest and … Continue reading Hello September!
We’ve tainted the term “friends with benefits” through TikTok meme’s and relational ties but I love my friends with benefits. How could I say such a thing, right? Let me be clear, I mean just that, “I love friends with benefits.” All the people in my life that have “friend” attached to their title benefit me in some way. We’re grown now, so having friends … Continue reading I Love Friends-with-Benefits!
The word “chronic” is defined as (of a problem) long-lasting and difficult to eradicate. Some of us have placed long-lasting expectations on our lives, our relationships, our finances etc. and when we don’t live up to those self-gifted expectations we suffer from a sickness of the mind, if you will, and I label this illness – Chronic Expectations. How many of you are suffering from … Continue reading The Chaos of Chronic Expectations