Category: Confidence


Valentine’s Day Victory Part II

Valentine’s Day can be a dreaded day or a joyous day – you get to decide. I’ve written about Valentine’s Day twice in the last several years. You can find the posts here and here. There were Valentine’s Days when I had the best time and others when I had the worst time. Here are some ways you can enjoy your V-Day whether you’re … Read More Valentine’s Day Victory Part II


Eight Words That Will Help You Manifest the Love You Want in the New Year

This is the time of year when everyone is happy and joyous. It’s also the time of year when people announce engagements, babies, and new boos. For someone who is single and waiting, looking at social media can be hard. It can be a constant reminder that you aren’t where you want to be. On top of that, it’s easy to start believing it’s … Read More Eight Words That Will Help You Manifest the Love You Want in the New Year


Accept The Blessing

I have a really hard time accepting help. For so long I’ve had to go at it alone and because of this, I’m used to doing things by myself. After years of operating this way and slowly transitioning into roles that require greater support, I found myself burnt out realizing I should have asked for help. Lately I’ve been trying to unlearn this. When … Read More Accept The Blessing


Going Before You – Working In Your Favor

A couple of months ago my coworker and I were meeting at a school for a writer’s workshop training. I walked to the 3rd floor. My coworker was in a wheelchair so this required a different level of planning. The space was small. There were a bunch of tables, chairs, and even more people. It was stuffy and crowded. Although there was an elevator … Read More Going Before You – Working In Your Favor


The Pretty Blues

I used to be so insecure. I literally wanted to look like someone else. I’d look at other women and think, wow she’s pretty. If I only had hair like hers or a body like hers, confidence like hers, clothes like hers… then, I would feel good about myself. It was a constant breaking down of myself through comparison, and self-harm. It took a … Read More The Pretty Blues

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