Quarantine Day Fifty ‘leven, Hour Umpteen

**Insert relevant quote***-Sherrell Y'all, I lost count for what day or week or month of quarantine we're in. I don't even have enough energy to find a quote for this blog post. I'm just.....tired...and I realized, on quarantine day fifty ‘leven, that because I'm so tired I have to put extra effort in getting myself going.... Continue Reading →

Breathing Exercise

Breathe deeply, until sweet air extinguishes the burn of fear in your lungs and every breath is a beautiful refusal to become anything less than infinite. – D. Antoinette Foy   With all thats going on in the world, its understandable to find yourself feeling a bit overwhelmed. Just take a minute. Literally 1 minute... Continue Reading →

Lessons Learned from Autumn Leaves and Fall Things

  🍂🍁 Seasons change and things do not stay the same. 🍁🍂 Leaves on trees change colors, but the roots of the trees stay grounded. 🍁🍂 Branches lose leaves, but trees don’t lose branches. And neither are concerned about that which is inevitable. 🍁🍂 Change may not always be beautiful, but It’s always necessary. 🍁🍂... Continue Reading →

Mid-Week Motivation: Stop Expecting You From Others

I can’t expect people to have the same work ethic as me, or the same motivation as me, or the same compassion and empathy as me, or the same giving spirit as me. Not to say I’m the standard for all of that, but to not hold it against someone for not reciprocating how I... Continue Reading →

Monday Motivation: It’s OK to Apologize

Maturity is being able to acknowledge when you’re wrong. Then making appropriate changes to amend the wrong doings. It’s important to own the mistake and address it. It affords the opportunity to re-gain trust in the relationship and limits the likelihood of repeat offense. When you realize you’ve made a mistake, admit you were wrong,... Continue Reading →

Monday Motivation: No Time Limit to Life Achievements

Every one in life is on a journey. But no ones path is the same. Don’t focus on the speed or distance of others. Focus on your own. There’s no concrete timeline for the journey. Every accomplishment you make, no matter when in life you make it, is worth celebrating. Define what success looks like... Continue Reading →

28 Lessons Learned in my 28 Years of Life

"I've learned my lessons, but I'm also still learning them."-Benjamin ClementineI was cleaning my office a couple months ago and found this piece of paper that listed some major gems on how to live your life. Based on the penmanship, I’d say I had to be in like middle school when I wrote this list. ... Continue Reading →

Bucket List: Challenged Accepted

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” - Mark Twain Over the past few years I've actively been trying to... Continue Reading →

Dear Future Blog Recap

"There will never be a replacement for that ongoing physical contact. But I don't think blogging is meant to replace the face-to-face of friendships and meetings. Blogging is a way to keep in touch with a larger group of people on an ongoing basis, in a more efficient way." -Indra Nooyi I started this blog... Continue Reading →

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