Remember Who You Are

June has been difficult; stressful. There's been lots of talking at me, about me, and around me. Lots of assumptions of who I am, what I know, and how much I am worth. One thinks I'm not worth the hype. Someone else believes I'm a possible threat to the project... My project. Another think's I'm... Continue Reading →

If you can’t be brave…

This (rebranded) (semi)repost is very timely for my family. Monster is done with the daycare he's attended for the last three years and he's starting camp this summer and school in the fall. Sunday night, it finally hit him. And the fears and tears came right before bed. He wasn't going back daycare. He didn't... Continue Reading →

Dads: Consistent and Present

Photo by Agung Pandit Wiguna My father wasn’t present in my life for very long. He and my mom had long-standing martial issues that resulted in multiple separations, one before I was born, and two after. The divorce came when I turned six and so began a separation from my father as well. This isn’t... Continue Reading →

Mirror, Mirror

"Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the most awesome of the all?" "You, of course." Positive self-talk is so crucial to self-love. If no one else tells you you are awesome, look in the mirror and tell yourself. Your worth is not determined by your degrees, your martial status, your socio-economic status, or your body... Continue Reading →

Time to Rest

Photo by Nicole Law Rest is essential. Sometimes, you don't need another challenge; you don't need to hunt for the next best thing, and you don't need to get find something fun to do. You need rest. I learned this new and fascinating concept while talking to a life coach who specialized in career changes.... Continue Reading →

More Than Enough

In a world of scarcity and never enough, know that you are more than enough and the only person you are required to impress is yourself. Free Fonts Used: TrashHand and KaushanScript-Regular Free Photo By: Steve Johnson

Ignoring is Bliss

"If you're not in the arena also getting your ass kicked, I'm not interested in your feedback." Brené Brown Everyone talks. Everyone finds it imperative to share their two cents. And—for better or worse—in 2019 the ability to share every fleeting thought lies in the palm of your hand for countless platforms. You don't have... Continue Reading →

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