God loves to drop gorgeous gems in my way every now and again. Sometimes, these gems are dropped more than once. Gems that I once thought were lost for good, God has allowed me to find again!
We have five FULL MONTHS (depending on when you’re reading this) to make life happen. I’ve said before that I don’t to “resolutions.” I’m more of a goal setter. Now, after the past quarter, I’m not even focused on goals.
*que Biggie Smalls*
It’s all about the outcomes, baby! (Remix!)
Rockstarrs!!! I’ve missed you all! Let me tell you this first half of the year has been a whirlwind of change. Hence the reason for my not-nearly-planned hiatus. I will spare you the details of what 6 months of change can do to a person, but I do want to inspire you in a few …
Hey Rockstarrs! I know…I know…here she go again! LOL! Honey, listen! Sometimes you have to step back and take care of YOU! That’s what I’ve been doing for the past couple of weeks and will continue to do until 1/1/2018. This is my season to be still, be silent, and re-calibrate myself and my goals! …
This is my theme for the month. October is National Domestic Violence Prevention/Awareness month. For years this month has always been special to me. Not only have I experienced domestic violence – twice – but I’ve been a witness to it far too many times. Domestic violence goes beyond physical abuse. There are varying types: emotional, financial, sexual, mental, religious…the list goes on and on. There are women – and men, believe it or not – who are stuck in relationships today thinking they’re not being abused because their not-so-significant other hasn’t laid a hand on them. That’s the biggest stigma when it comes to domestic violence – that it’s only physical. It’s not! Any form of abuse that’s hurtful, belittling, and limits your quality of life can be considered abuse. There is no love is pain.
For this blog, I want to initiate our new cycle by focusing on a subject that seems to be in the air for a lot of people. That subject is the principle of starting over.