Adversity or Opportunity?

It’s only natural for us to want things to go well, nobody wants to struggle needlessly. We want our finances to flow, our relationships to work, and we all want to live good long healthy lives. We strive to be successful because we love being winners and we love all the attention and accolades thatContinue reading “Adversity or Opportunity?”

Walking The Unfamiliar Road

Have you ever gone walking in an unfamiliar neighborhood? At the start of the walk everything is new and interesting but after a few feet in and with every new twist and turn you realize you have no idea where you are, but still, you keep walking. With every turn you feel more lost, youContinue reading “Walking The Unfamiliar Road”

When the Math Doesn’t Add Up

Feature Image: The Atlantic Today my husband and I went to the track to get in a few laps. Normally when I walk, I track my performance on my Apple watch, and I also count on my fingers and keep a mental check in my head. These past few weeks, for a competition I’m in,Continue reading “When the Math Doesn’t Add Up”

Reclaiming Spaces

The Corona virus stormed into our lives over 3 years ago and literally sucked the very breath out of us. With classrooms and boardrooms cancelled, concerts and Sunday services cancelled, celebrations and gatherings cancelled, life as we knew it cancelled, some of us went to bed every night wondering whether or not tomorrow too wouldContinue reading “Reclaiming Spaces”

Getting “Into the Weeds”

On March 31st, New York joined 15 other states to legalize Marijuana for recreational use. Now, call me old fashioned or maybe I haven’t fully grasped all the ramifications of having marijuana freely flowing through my state, but the idea of having a mind-altering drug being readily accessible to anyone who wants it as longContinue reading “Getting “Into the Weeds””

Learning to Say “Yes”

A group of ladies and I are reading Shonda Rhimes’ New York Times Bestselling Novel, “Year of Yes.” So far it has proven to be a very witty but powerful novel about self-reflection and change. To avoid revealing the story, I’ll just say this, Shonda relates how years of saying “no” to new engagements andContinue reading “Learning to Say “Yes””

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Bloganuary #27 – Place of Solace

Today’s prompt is: “Where do you go when you need solace?” Now that’s an easy one, that would be my husband. He was my childhood friend and classmate, now he’s my best friend, my husband and my rock, and I promise that’s not just a cliche. I’ve known him for 41 years, been together forContinue reading “Bloganuary #27 – Place of Solace”

Bloganuary #26 – Living on Intuition and Character

My favorite part about myself is not physical at all. There are actually two things about me that I am proud of, and that’s my intuition and my character. I would say that so far, my intuition has served me well. It has helped me to avoid some potentially less than ideal situations and onContinue reading “Bloganuary #26 – Living on Intuition and Character”

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Bloganuary #25 – Strength Within

What makes me feel strong? I started out answering this question with a completely different response but somehow it just didn’t feel right and I couldn’t find the right words. It was then I realized, I had the wrong answer. I’m strong today simply because of the Lord God Almighty himself and my faith inContinue reading “Bloganuary #25 – Strength Within”

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Bloganuary #24 – Why I Dream

Today’s prompt asks me to “Write About a Dream That I Remember.” The problem is, I don’t dream that much anymore, and even if I do, I have no recollection of them that’s worth sharing. It seems they get deleted from my memory the minute I open my eyes. So rather than trying to shareContinue reading “Bloganuary #24 – Why I Dream”

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