A wise man once said that the journey is oftentimes more important than the destination. I found this to be true, when I set out on a journey against popular opinion- a war against my comfort zone. This was a journey that my soul longed for. My body willed it and my Spirit conceived it.
Continue reading “M. The Explorer”
The year started with a social media rave around the #10yearchallenge. Basically, this involves juxtaposing a picture from 10 years back with a more current picture of you. From the pool of pictures I found on Instagram, some changes were so obvious, while others not too obvious. Point is, you’re not the same person you were 10 years ago.
Continue reading “Change Looks Good on You”
There are times when our souls get really restless. Nothing satisfies us the way it used to, environments we once loved become uncomfortable. Much like a shoe you almost died to get and suddenly abandoning it in your closet. Continue reading “Restless Souls”
I had frozen on my screen again. I had been staring at it for almost 30 minutes and had no clue what the text in the opened Word document read. Hands trembling, heart beating fast, tears struggling to fall, but I quickly wiped them off. No, this wasn’t gonna happen, ‘Blacks don’t crack’. Continue reading “Edge of Reason”
It’s officially our first post for 2019! I’m so happy to have you here- both old loyal followers and new followers. I promise to add some spice to your reading list, God helping me.
Let’s start from Netflix. I think Netflix has killed my already nonexistent social life 😂. I found myself on the couch watching movies for the most part of the holidays- which isn’t such a bad thing. Matter of fact, it felt really good to just be Garfield. 🙈I’m back to serious adulting, so let’s get serious. Continue reading “2019: Birdbox and Fears”
Happy almost new year!!! It’s two hours to the new year in my part of the world 😀 Let me know if you’ve already crossed over to the new year! Geography rocks! 🙌🏽
Here’s another beautiful A-Z Thanksgiving list from the entries received. Remember you can still send your A-Z Thanksgiving list to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s do this!
Continue reading “TTC 2018- Guest Post 2”