Living My Best Life

I never took my goals seriously in the past. I never put in the work to make my goals happen because I was taking care of everything and everyone else. It wasn’t until I took some time to be alone and focus on me, that things began to shift. I went in my prayer closet and had a knock out, drag out argument with God because I’m human after all.

It was powerful but I admit I had a flashback from childhood thinking that I would get struck by lightning next for being angry with God.

I’ll continue to blog, write books, spread an encouraging word and advocate for autism acceptance. I must also dodge negativity, and battle back from any disappointment along the way. I’ll be glad that I did and you will too! Get up each day ready to slay your goals!



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