This is the first year that I have made a conscious commitment to participate in Lent. Since October 2017 I have made very intentional strides in my goal to grow closer to God. So I am excited that I made it to a point to sacrifice things I felt were a distraction. I decided to … Continue reading Lent: What are You Giving Up?
Whew! Another year has passed. I mean really, where did the time go?! I claimed at the end of 2016 that 2017 would be another year of blessings for me and it was. I set to accomplish a number of goals and I met most of them. And some, I went ten steps back (fitness … Continue reading 2017: Year of Determination
Where did the time go?!! They say undergrad flies by, but graduate school REALLY flies by. December 17, 2017, I will have a Master of Public Health (epidemiology concentration) degree. I am one of those people who loves to go to school and I have considered earning my PhD, but I am going to give … Continue reading Mastering The Masters
I'm slightly late to the party, but I really had to muster up the courage to participate in this challenge. I'm not really the type to openly share my feelings and that is something that I have been consciously working on since 2014. So here we go..... I'm not quite where I want to be … Continue reading Day 15 of #SheHeals
Well, summer vacation is over and the new school year has begun! As you prep your classrooms, attend the professional developments that we all love, and make the final tweaks to your first lesson, my fellow educators, do not forget about YOU! Please keep your mental, physical, and emotional health in mind. We cannot help … Continue reading Back To School! Teachers, are you ready?!
I see at least one tweet everyday about how trash these men are. Not just one specific man or a group of men, but every man on earth is trash. No sis, maybe it's the men YOU choose to date. If it seems like every man you date has poor qualities (liar, cheater, disrespectful, etc) … Continue reading All men are trash
I took a few days to really sit and reflect on my first year of teaching. There were some moments that I was ready to walk out of the door, but now that the year is over, it wasn't as bad as it seemed. I finally decided that I would speak on it, because one … Continue reading First Year of Teaching: End-of-Year Reflection