Lover of God, jazz music, movies, books and nature. Southern girl. Smiling face. Spelman grad. Delta Diva. Almond butter/Nutella addict. RunningNerd. Aspiring author. Blogger. Focusing on living an Ephesians 5:16 life… Making the most of EVERY opportunity!
One Word 2014 – Courage
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Tag Archives: Life
Re-blogging October 29, 2012 message on I AM influenced by the episode of Oprah’s Lifeclass with Pastor Joel Osteen and Oprah. Segment from the post I wrote: What will be your daily “I AM” message? Will it be of gratitude, motivation, or a good … Continue reading
Since I’ve started my blog, I’ve connected with some fascinating bloggers–experienced and amateurs like myself–that I follow. From reading various blogs, I linked up to the One Word 365 Community from the One Word 365 blog. The One Word focus … Continue reading
Each of us have something comfortable we love to be in–a favorite shirt, a soft and cozy housecoat, or a comfy chair–and enjoy the feeling of being comfortable. Ahhhhhhhh… The thought of my favorite comfy housecoat and chair relaxes me … Continue reading
Happiness is essential in fulfilling our dreams. That happiness can be derailed by searching for it in various areas–like our careers, marriages, becoming parents, finances, and social status. Those areas can easily fail us, in seeking that happiness, because they’re … Continue reading
This picture connects to yesterday’s post on the cardinal rules of life. In particular, the picture below relates to rule #4: No One Is The Reason For Your Own HAPPINESS, except you yourself. This post is a friendly reminder that all happiness–creation and … Continue reading
7 is my favorite number and I love goal planning lists. When I obtained today’s blog picture from a Facebook post, I had to save it. First, it gives 7 rules–the number 7 ROCKS. Second, I love the message of … Continue reading
Starting something new can be exciting and turn into frustration for many people. It’s exciting to start a new project, exercise plan, career, or anything special; however, frustration can develop in the early beginnings of starting something new. Frustration can … Continue reading