I never realized the importance of an anchor. An anchor is used to moor the vessel to the sea bottom. An anchor leg of a relay is the fastest runner who is able to make up time in the race and finish strong. I think about the weight on my shoulders and how I have … More My Future
I have to admit I’m glad that I was damaged in the past. In some ways maybe parts of me are still damaged. When you’ve been damaged and hit rock bottom you have a humbling experience that will change your mindset and path in life. Every day bullshit doesn’t affect you the same way that … More Damaged People
Enough with keeping up with the Jones’s or the Kardashian’s. I’m trying to keep up with me, myself and I. If I learned anything this week it’s that what’s for me is for me and God’s timing isn’t my timing. I stopped worrying about what other people were doing and focused on keeping my own … More Time To Pull The Weeds
We are always searching for something or someone and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The problem is that some of us never stop and we are constantly searching for the next thing to make us complete and bring happiness into our lives. We each create our own happiness and if you are waiting for … More Do You Suffer From Destination Addiction?
Each day we wake up we need to realize just how much power we have to dictate our day. We can carry the drama from the night before or we can start each day with a clean slate. To evolve means to develop gradually over time. We all evolve, but does that only occur when … More Evolve or Repeat
I carried my mistakes around like baggage, letting others remind me of them daily. I’ve learned from my mistakes that have happened to me once. I call myself a fool for allowing it to happen twice. Mistakes mean we are trying, and allow us an opportunity to recover. Mistakes allow us a chance to make … More My Mistakes
If I’ve learned anything watching others over the past week it is that we all have a story, but we have to own it. Some may appear to be on top of the world, yet they struggle to make it through the day. Those with the most struggles are often the ones with the biggest … More Own Your Story