Tips from Esther: Knowing your place, purpose, and worth

~ No Wasted Potential Here ~ The key to reaching your highest potential starts by knowing 3 things: Know your place 🦋Know your worth 💕Know your purpose ✨ As I read through the book of Esther this month, I’m constantly reminded of the importance of our self-concept. Before Mordecai made the infamous statement {who knows if perhaps you were made Queen for just such a … Continue reading Tips from Esther: Knowing your place, purpose, and worth

Blessing Others Through Forgiveness

I came across this verse recently, and it was one of those wow moments, as I thought about the difficulty of forgiveness. Invoke blessing upon and pray for the happiness of those who curse you, implore God’s blessing upon those who abuse you [who revile, reproach, disparage, and high-handedly misuse you]. Luke 6:28 In my experience, it’s hardest to forgive when your feelings are involved. … Continue reading Blessing Others Through Forgiveness

Turning 30 is a piece of cake.

Welcome to my Pearl year. On one’s 30th anniversary, couples all around the world often celebrate with pearls. Women might receive a pearl necklace or a bracelet to commemorate 3 decades of a relationship or life. Today, on my 30th birthday, I choose embrace my Pearl year. But not with gifts, not with necklaces or earrings (okay maybe a bracelet lol). I don’t need a … Continue reading Turning 30 is a piece of cake.

USA Resources for Mental Health, Domestic Violence, and Children’s Needs during COVID-19

Earlier today, I shared a post with hotlines and resources for Canadian Based domestic violence, mental health, and children’s needs.  And now, I’m sharing the same type of information, but it’s specific to the United States. A lot of my family, friends, and subscribers currently in the U.S., and I wanted to extend the same help here!  Here’s an excerpt from yesterday:  “Staying home has … Continue reading USA Resources for Mental Health, Domestic Violence, and Children’s Needs during COVID-19

Mental Health, Domestic Violence, Kid’s Help, and Covid 19 – an extensive list of resources to help us through the pandemic (Canada)

Staying home has been the safest option in fighting the spread of coronavirus. However, home is not a safe place for everyone. Children who are regularly abused, women who bare the brunt of their partners unmanaged anger, and those who were facing food insecurity before any of this began – these are a few of the scenarios where home is not safe. In addition to … Continue reading Mental Health, Domestic Violence, Kid’s Help, and Covid 19 – an extensive list of resources to help us through the pandemic (Canada)

My little world during Covid 19 and Self-Isolation

Sorry I’ve been unavailable… I’ve been busy being available to God 🙂 + It’s been a hot minute. Or 2… Really, about 47… but. Let’s get it to it. + I’ve spent the last 47 days in true social isolation. Being the introvert that I am, it honestly hasn’t been as difficult as I initially anticipated. I have to admit, I’ve felt guilty on many … Continue reading My little world during Covid 19 and Self-Isolation

When mornings bring up all of the awkward things I’ve ever done in my entire life

It’s 8:30 am, and I’m surprisingly not running behind this morning. I’ve already worked out, showered, had my coffee, and I’m entering into mirror time. This stage of the get ready process usually goes 1 of 2 ways. I’m either running so late that my mind lets me off the hook and allows my 15th alarm to raise my anxiety levels… Or things are going … Continue reading When mornings bring up all of the awkward things I’ve ever done in my entire life