My grandmother, Joanne, passed away last Friday. Therefore, I would like to dedicate today’s post to both remember and pay tribute to her. When I think about my grandmother, one of the first things that comes to mind is her ability to overcome obstacles. My grandmother was diagnosed with Polio Disease when she was younger. AlthoughContinue reading “Rest In Peace, Grandma”
Monthly Archives: February 2018
The Importance Of Being Your Own Advocate
One of the hardest things for me is to speak up for myself. Meaning that, whenever I am faced with a conflict, I always find it hard to say that I am in fact not okay with the current situation, and instead just go with the flow. This happens so many times to me, leadingContinue reading “The Importance Of Being Your Own Advocate”
Guess Whose Giving Up Buying Books for Lent — Again?!?
Last year, I decided to give up buying books for Lent. The reason why was because I wanted to dip into the many books that I already had purchased and actually read them. This actually wasn’t that hard, and I was able to read 11 books that I had lying around and figure out ifContinue reading “Guess Whose Giving Up Buying Books for Lent — Again?!?”
Looking for a Valentine? This Could Be Why You’re Still Single.
Valentine’s Day is only a few weeks away, and the hunt is on to find your valentine. However, some people may be wondering why it’s difficult for them to find love. But, let me say this. I fully believe that one doesn’t need to have a significant other to be happy. In fact, there’s aContinue reading “Looking for a Valentine? This Could Be Why You’re Still Single.”
Let’s Keep Talking, Folks!
I haven’t written much about my anxiety for a while, which is odd because this blog was formulated as a way to get talking about mental health issues. Part of the reason why is because I felt like I was always saying the same thing over and over again, and let’s face it — notContinue reading “Let’s Keep Talking, Folks!”