What is it with people that make us pass judgement on others? We do it unknowingly sometimes. See a mom alone in the store with her children and assume she’s single (and even if she is, that’s her business). A friend tells us what they’re going through and we project our past experiences or what we’ve seen onto … Continue reading Check Yourself
I was talking to a friend about this season in my life and she told me I was “brave”. I was already feeling pretty brave and courageous, but her words were confirmation. As I looked to define the word brave, I came to understand that the words brave and courage are synonymous. When you hear the word … Continue reading She Found Her Courage
It's time to change the narrative of what a "strong black woman" looks like because honestly, it is exhausting.
Sometimes I find myself irritated and annoyed. My son gets on my nerves. He is a - very smart, funny, well-spoken, and outspoken - ball of energy. He is my answered prayer, our love child, and most times the glue that binds us all together (we are a blended family). He is sweet and affectionate … Continue reading Parenting is triggering
One of my friends sent a post in a group chat. It said: You are more than a mother You are more than a girlfriend You are more than a wife You are more than a daughter You are more than a sister You are still you; make sure you’re living that too. That post … Continue reading WHO ARE YOU?