One of my friends sent a post in a group chat. It said: You are more than a mother You are more than a girlfriend You are more than a wife You are more than a daughter You are more than a sister You are still you; make sure you’re living that too. That post … Continue reading WHO ARE YOU?
The season had changed, but it still showed signs of the previous season. Could this be a correlation to your life? You may have just entered into a new season, but it doesn’t look or feel like it just yet. Stay encouraged; brighter days are ahead.
I remember growing up and hearing my mom say the phrase “everybody is not your friend”. As kids we tend to place our trust in people without reservation. We would call someone we just met our “friend”, not knowing much about that person besides the fact that we like them at that moment. Somewhere along … Continue reading Friendships Matter
I have a love/hate relationship for social media. Sometimes it’s very resourceful – you can connect and keep in touch with family, friends and associates near and far; you can find good groups to join; you can find great businesses; get great laughs at the latest memes and videos, etc. But there are also times … Continue reading Social Media – the Ugly Truth
I used to be the person who made fun of the saying “new year; new me”. It seemed as if the people who made that statement were waiting on a new year to become a better version of themselves. I wondered, “why wait until a new year, why not start today?” It appeared to be … Continue reading New Year; New Me – WHY NOT?!
Mom Life Someone posted the question “who taught you how to be a mother”. I responded with “I think some things are learned from women in our lives (the good and the bad; what we want to be and don’t want to be). And then some things come naturally, for me anyway. It’s the motherly … Continue reading Mom; Wife; what does it mean?
I went through an adjustment period. A period where I was just trying to identify what the heck was going on with me. I was experiencing new emotions and had to rediscover who this “new me” was.