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Aha!

I received a huge “Aha!” moment this week. I am a misfit! I am sharing this with you now because I hope to explain some of my own personal viewpoints. I imagine that someone else may be experiencing the same feelings, thoughts, or whatever it

Dance Your F—— Heart Out!

A very wise teacher told me one day that I should never believe that feeling sadness or loneliness was a bad emotion. She told me that I should always embrace my feelings and let them teach me the lesson I need to learn. I have

You Were Born to Conquer…. Its Heaven Certified!

When you know who you are, nobody can convince you otherwise. When you realize your purpose, you absolutely live it. Well, it’s a new year and I’m sure of one thing – my identity. I am also sure of another thing – my purpose. I

15 Lessons for 2015

Life does not happen to us, we happen to ourselves!! Moment to Reflect: I must say, its not been an easy year, I have been in and out of court regarding custody of my kids but while at it, I didn’t just learn some few

Goodbyes Are Hard….

Courtesy: quotesgram.com I said goodbye this past weekend to my beloved Bay Area. I have lived there for 10 years and loved it there. I met some wonderful people, and I met some that were not so wonderful. I had huge successes there and epic

Finding My Joy

On a personal note, I am in the middle of chaos in my own life. So this question is weighing heavily on my mind. As my readers know, I am in the middle of a move from the  Bay Area. In addition, I am in

I Did it!

Anyone who knows me well knows that I have been attending college for the past four years. It has been challenging and often maddening, but I made it through. It really doesn’t matter what I majored in or what my career plans are. I am

Friends Forever!

“A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words” – Unknown I couldn’t agree more with this remarkable quote. Friendships in life always paint happiness and fulfillment in our hearts.

Burn, Baby, Burn!

How often do we settle for what we have been told is the “right” thing to do? You know what I mean! The right career, the right partner, the right this, the right that! Don’t cause waves! Just let it flow! I have settled many

Moments

When I was a child, I’d dream of growing up and becoming free and independent of all these ‘supposedly’ controlling grown ups, proving to them that I could be a better grown-up than they’ll ever be. Now that I’m all grown-up, I’d sit and wish