Does the idea of success feel heavy to you, dense even? If so, that’s due to how you view success and what it means to you, what it looks like, what it feels like. Success like love is unique to each person – definitions may vary. What does success look like to you and do you have a healthy relationship with success? Let’s go over … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Feel Unsuccessful
You can achieve anything you desire, if you believe it to be so. But, you can’t breed positivity and good fortune from a negative tongue. If you constantly tell yourself what you can’t do, what you can’t accomplish – then so it will be. I believed that manifestations and daily affirmations were complete poppycock dished out by life enthusiasts and hippies but au contraire. My … Continue reading The Power of the Tongue
Have you ever traveled alone? If not – do it. I highly recommend it. A couple of weeks ago I went on a solo trip to Miami to celebrate my birthday. I expected to spend my time alone, being a tourist – wide-eyed and bushy-tailed, going to the beach etc. – which I did. I also met new people, partied and didn’t make it back … Continue reading Take a Solo-Trip
It’s 2022! Stop attempting to prove people wrong. Let them assume what they will. You’re probably thinking, “Well, that’s easier said than done,” and that’s true enough, if you care what others think of you. Continue reading Whatever You Think – You’re Right!
Adulthood is the worst ‘hood I’ve ever been to. It lacks a certain freedom and awesomeness that childhood provided; if only we knew that back then, right? But, it’s not all bad. Back in the day, I wanted to be “grown” so bad. I walked around in my mom’s high heels with one of her oversized Coach bags, big hoop earring and lipgloss popping to … Continue reading Never Lose Your Inner Child
Letting go can be a beautiful feeling, a weight lifted, eyes opened, wounds healed but prior to those rather euphoric feelings are those that lie on the opposite side of that spectrum, feelings of pain, heartache, depression and confusion – to name a few. We subsist in a generation that appears to have mastered the art of detachment and sometimes I wish I had that … Continue reading The Untold Hardships of Letting Go
How often do people check on you? Friends, family, co-workers, significant other etc.? How often? Once a week, once a month, almost never? The frequency in which people check on you is a direct indication of their level of concern for your well-being. One more time for those in the back. The frequency in which people check on you is a direct indication of their … Continue reading Do You Need Anything?
One more time for those in the back. Stop dating people that only like the idea of you. You’re attractive, stunning in the light, hardworking, intelligent, relentlessly passionate, funny and formidable. You possess the ideal character and physical traits of the highly sought after but most people only like the idea of you and resent the actual work, patience and effort it would take to … Continue reading Stop Dating People That Only Like the “Idea” of You
There are myriad reasons why a date could go horribly wrong or cinematically right. Let’s talk about it. Continue reading 5 Things That Could Ruin a First Date
You age yourself more by worrying about what you should have or could have achieved by a certain age. Achievements don’t have age limits – you either do it or you don’t. It doesn’t matter when you did it, it just matters that you did it. Stop believing that you need to have a wife and kids by 30, that you should make this much … Continue reading Age Limits Age You