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?
This week my blog stats were on the rise! I’ve made new follower friends and reconnected with friends from my past. Blogging about my kids missing their father was tough. I’m glad that I shared my blog post. I had adult males reach out and tell me that being raised by a single mom is … More I’m Glad This Happened To Me
One thing people know about me is that I don’t mind sharing my experiences. I figure I went through hell for a reason. My test is my testimony and I should use that to help others when I can. One area of my life that was very difficult for me to understand was that sometimes … More His Will Not My Will
“Sydney doesn’t have that kind of autism like my nephew.” What kind of autism is this?” “Well, we’re originally from Detroit, Michigan and ain’t no party like a Detroit party because a Detroit party don’t stop.” Yes, someone actually made that comment to me and yes that’s how I responded because advocating and spreading awareness … More Look At This Autism
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 can’t throw things away. It’s a problem I have and I need an intervention. I need someone to throw things away while I watch them. Maybe I shouldn’t be home when the entire process is taking place. I didn’t watch all of the episodes with Marie Kondo. I do know that the things in … More Time to Tidy Up
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