I begin this blog post by thinking of finding that one word that can help describe how it is that I personally feel about the election results, the country-wide protest and about the future cabinet and administrative appointments. So that… Read More ›
Lessons learned in my twenties: “It’s not your job to like me…its mine” -Byron Katie
Today I came across this really awesome quote by Byron Katie via TDL (The Daily Love). Reading the quote automatically reminded me about the many lessons presented to me about self-love, and how I placed emphasis on other people liking… Read More ›
Create an “I Believe” List
There are time when I doubt myself and my capabilities. There are times when I’m afraid to make certain decision because I know what it will mean to make that decision. Sometimes I just need some reassurance that everything will… Read More ›
Lessons Learned in my Twenties… Friends…How Many of Us Have Them?
As part of the lessons learned in my twenties series, here are my thoughts on friends and how I view them. When we’re young, we tend to place a lot of emphasis on the amount and kinds of friends that we… Read More ›
Out of my Twenties…Lessons Learned: The Intro
What I’ve Learned in my Twenties I’m sure this feeling is normal when someone ages into a new decade. I’m 30. The big 3-.0 When I think about it deeper, I’ve come to the understanding that I am still bothered,… Read More ›
Because I’m Happy
Happiness isn’t found in other people, or things that we buy. Happiness is something that comes from within. Some people you come across will supplement your happiness if it already exist. The key is you have to have happiness already…. Read More ›
Haters: Not Encouraging Other People’s Success
Why do we find it so difficult to be happy for other peoples success? Why do we find it so difficult to encourage others to be successful? Why is it that we intentionally want people to not be just as… Read More ›
It’s not your job to prove anything to anyone. Let your work, your life, and who you are speak for itself. Be concerned with living your true authentic life.
Learning not to judge ourselves is a really difficult thing to do. I have personally taken this task on and I didn’t realize how challenging it is. It’s easier for me to not judge others but judging myself is the… Read More ›
Truth! The way we raise our kids transcends on so many individual and societal levels. Meditation has done wonders for me and I’m sure if I was exposed to this when I was younger, I would have seen life totally… Read More ›