Bittersweet is the best way to describe my year, and as I head into 2019, I am sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly that has been 2018.
#WhatMakesAWomanBeautiful? For me, it’s turning 39! Chime in on what makes a woman beautiful to you, a sponsored convo by Optic White and Uptown Magazine.
Sometimes, the one who discusses work life balance needs a reminder that she needs to work on balance. Because I am only human. And I’ve found my #BeautyIs.
This year, I am decking the halls and spending more time with my family. You may see me around less often as I try my best to maneuver Work Life Balance.
In Episode 3 of my Digital Debutante Vlog Series, I discuss an issue that I’ve been dealing with since my father passed away last October.
One day, I hope to sit at this here laptop and write about how I finally learned the lessons I’ve been trying to teach myself for years. I want to be victorious and have an awesome testimony to share. I really want to be that person.
Yesterday, I felt it all coming to a head as I actually zoned out and cried. I didn’t cry because I was sad or because I live a non-wonderful life. I cried because I needed to release and hadn’t done so in quite some time.
It can be a daunting task going back to work after a three or four day holiday weekend or vacation. Maybe you traveled to another city and after the apex of a great weekend, you suddenly find yourself depressed when you land back in your town.
When I walk into a room, my head is usually held high. I usually am strong with my eye contact and handshakes. I am not a wallflower—people perceive this to be a brash, no nonsense woman, but I am far from that.
The dictionary defines the term ah-ha moment as, “an instant at which the solution to a problem becomes clear”. It’s as if something clicks within your mind and suddenly things are more in focus than they ever were before.
Yesterday was a hard day for me. Not only was I swamped with work and deadlines, I had a few blows dealt to me in a personal relationship with a family member. Being the strong woman that I am and…
Your deadline at work is fast approaching. The kids both have to be at different places at the same time, and you have have a few personal projects that you have been putting off because you never have time to…