I have learned a lot on my journey of self-awareness. It’s taken many days of battling with depression, grief, and shame with small breaks of crying, deep therapy, and breakthroughs. It’s been a difficult journey to get where I am right now, but I still have a lot of work to do. One of the … Read moreBreaking the Silence Against Mental Health
If you have paid any attention to social media or the news on television you would have seen the whole up roar against Harvey Weinstein. Numerous women in Hollywood, both in the United States and in Great Britain, have accused him sexual harassment and sexual assault. (For more information, check out this recent article published … Read moreThe Weinstein Plague in America
We live in a modern society where technology surrounds us every second of the day. Our cell phones remain in our hands throughout the day, sit next to our beds at night, and most kids these days don’t know what to do without the phone in their hands. Video games have replaced going outside, and social … Read moreSocial Media: Today’s Modern Enemy
How did you get into blogging? I got into it by reading excellent blogs and wanting to be part of the community. I was feeling sentimental and flipped back to 2007 – to read over some blogs I used to read 10 years ago. A couple of questions occurred to me and I wanted to … Read moreLooking back over 10 years of blogging life
Faith It Out Friday’s Hello Guys, Gals, Boys & Girls! Hello to those of you who are young, Hello to those of you who carry wisdom with age… If you’re reading this post for the first time than I say to you GOD BLESS YOU! This post that I am writing you today came about … Read moreLess Screen Time More Jesus Time
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a repost from my original blog, but I thought as of lately, this is a nice reminder as we may get wrapped up in the world of social media (No, it’s not me being unoriginal, it’s me trying to remind people about this important topic…okay I’m going to be quiet and … Read moreWhy Social Media and our Self Worth/Identity are not “mutually exclusive”.