There are moments where my children have disagreements with their fellow siblings leaving one a bit more upset in their feelings.The other sibling is left feeling awkward in wanting to address the issue in making peace so things can go back to their playful norm. My oldest two children are at the age where they… Continue reading Grace In Grievances : Wisdom In Handling Conflicts
I do my best to stay positive in being able to adapt through unpredictable circumstances in managing my family. The onset of living through a pandemic took the world by storm including me as a mom. I'm able to keep my four kiddos upbeat, structured, entertained, and I went through great lengths to ensure they were… Continue reading Juggling Motherhood Through COVID: My Personal Journey
It was a hot muggy July day on a Georgia summer in 2005. I was in my third trimester expecting my first child driving my old 86' Hatch Honda Civic heading up a country back road with my car packed full of boxes from my old apartment as I was preparing to embark on a… Continue reading A Mother’s Tears : Heal Our Land
I must admit that there are somedays where I feel on top of the world in growing into my own juggling life and kids. However, there were some periods in my life where I found myself soul searching in trying to cope through challenges in difficult seasons in understanding my true worth as a woman.… Continue reading Knowing Your Worth : 12 Tips To Grow Your Inner Glow
I can remember an old childhood saying, "Handle my lightweight" in playing teasing neighborhood games. It didn't take long for the years leading up to adulthood to sink in where I encountered real battles to fight, and I couldn't use my on strength in fighting the battles that faced me alone. The Lord can handle… Continue reading The Lord Will Fight For You
You can find so much inspiration nowadays with the glorification of cutting personal ties with others like a drop of a hat as a superficial badge of strength, but you'll find the uneven spill on how to heal when you're on the receiving in with dealing with rejection. We have a sense of power when… Continue reading Release What Releases You : The Art Of Moving On
I begin to hear my own inner voice. There was a trust in that voice in making decisions that was best for me and my family. I found the beauty in tapping into my power, and I wasn't going to give it back.
Many of us are carrying around more junk than what's in our purse. We are carrying the burdensome load of heavy emotional baggage that we need to release to let go. The weight of emotional baggage can be equally as exhausting as carrying around heavy physical baggage. The heavy bags of unresolved issues… Continue reading Bag Lady
ome of us can't hide it. We are simply sensitive people. Guess what? Being sensitive isn't nothing to be ashamed of . Sensitive people are not professional whinny dolls who drop bucket loads of tears after the slightest offense! Those of us who are naturally sensitive are very in tune with the world around us within everyday responses and interactions. It's how we respond or should I say not respond to those everyday interactions that helps us better control the beauty of our sensitivity rather than letting our emotions take over our lives in controlling us.
Many of us search for our love for ourselves in the validation of others. Seeking to find our worth and value of ourselves in others will lead to a life full of confusion and disappointments. As, parents we have to be careful in training our children not to seek the validation of themselves or find… Continue reading In His Eyes
No one enters a friendship with the intentions of it ever dissolving. We have cute little phrases as BFF, my girly girl, homegirl, or even deeper than that we call one another sisters. In reality friendships come and go.We hate to say that, but it's true. We hate to feel the pain of losing someone… Continue reading Coping And Healing From A Friend Breakup In Love