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Building a Legacy in 2018

Every year, I set goals…and goals… and goals. This year, I had to ask myself a question. The question is the one that you have to ask yourself whenever you begin a new venture, a new business, a new anything really. If you speak to any business coach, the question is simple: Why? Why do...

All Mixed Up
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All Mixed Up

I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, I haven’t written a personal piece in a while. So many life changes have been happening and I was struggling to figure out how to continue. Quite frankly, I was trying to figure out whether I would continue this venture, this blog. I haven’t known what to say here...

The Step that Will Change Our Marriage
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The Step that Will Change Our Marriage

Every year, I make goals. Every year, I’m successful at some and not so successful with others. This year is a bit different, letting you into my methods to be successful. One such goal is to have a better marriage. Let me give you a little background. Growing up, I was not surrounded by happily...

Big News: Introducing Modernish Mommas
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Big News: Introducing Modernish Mommas

Last year, I read a lot of blogs. I saw the gambit from complaining about parenthood to wildly inventive (but time-consuming and extensive) DIY projects. I enjoyed reading them all. What was noticeably absent was the tie between motherhood and work. Up to 19% of mothers are likely to develop postpartum depression and 10% of mothers...

A Very Merry Christmas to You
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A Very Merry Christmas to You

By far, Christmas is my favorite holiday. I love everything about it: the decorations, the presents, the tree, the colors, and the lights (oh my, the lights). Most of all, I love how this one day seems to soften so many hearts around the world. Christians and non-Christians alike celebrate Christmas. Some love the tree...

Have A Little Faith
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Have A Little Faith

I was raised in a church. You know the one… a family run black Pentacostal church. Oh, the joy… 4 days a week at 3 hours a visit (at a minimum). I realize that in all that time, I never really learned anything about faith, my faith. I learned about religion, tradition, and ceremony. As...

Be Ready for the Opportunity
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Be Ready for the Opportunity

As we grow up, learn, and work to succeed, we realize there are a lot of things that we could of done differently. Some would call this regret. I don’t like regret. In my mind, regret means that you wish you did things differently. For me, the problem with wishing things were different means that the good things...

What Does Tomorrow Hold? {Free Printable}
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What Does Tomorrow Hold? {Free Printable}

I woke up Saturday morning with my to do list running through my head. I often only have weekends to get “me” things done…and every week that list starts with a couple of things and grows to about 20 by the time Saturday rolls around. This Saturday, I was also invited to an event, one...

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We Are Not Alone ~ Time to Find Your Village

Motherhood Parenthood is hard. I don’t need to tell you that… there are countless articles, hilarious rants and thought-provoking blog posts on the subject. Just as frequently, we hear about mothers, specifically, feeling alone in their struggle, like there’s no one around to help, understand or support. It’s not supposed to be that way. You can’t win...