Somehow over the years, my journals became my release. There is solace in the pages, and have learned more about myself through the writing of my daily thoughts. That’s why I recommend journaling consistently to everyone I know. It’s my greatest source for personal development and growth.
Who was I to believe I could write? Who was I to think I could share untold stories and create glorious moments that I had yet to endure?
What I’ve learned over the years is that there’s no one else quite like you or me or anyone you’ve ever met. None of us
As much I love writing, I love reading – I fall in love with storytelling each time I pick up a new book. Often times,
Over the years, I’ve watched myself transform into someone who is more loving, caring, and compassionate. I’ve watched myself learn and heal, ask questions and
The 5 tips I use to make the most out of my money and budget for things I love.
Written 3/18/20 — on day 6 of quarantine The madness, we feel it, but we are in the dark, unsure of the depth of terror
There’s a story of triumph, tears, let downs, and ultimately rejection; there’s a story of no’s and not yet’s.
A chapter in my life closed, abruptly, before I really knew how to process my reality and the emotions that would follow a faint goodbye.
Before Peace Corps, there were many instances where I sold myself short, took less than I worked for, bent until I broke, and became a