Know Your Limits

You ever just wake up in the morning and dread the day ahead of you? The things on your to-do list just seem never-ending. And all those things may even be good. But the idea of having to begin the day can be anything but pleasing.

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Do What Scares You

You can’t afford to let fear control you. Do what scares you and do it often.

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24 Lessons from 24 Years

I turned 24 and even though I don’t feel like, I know I’ve learned many lessons (in my ripe old age lol) that I want to share!

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What I REFUSE to Do In 2018

Instead of making new year’s reso-lies this year, I chose to make a list of things I refuse to do. And honestly, these are things I refuse to do another day. I refuse to let people use me another day. As women, we try to be everything for everyone; especially for people that we care…

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Here Goes Nothing

Finally. Feelings of relief and satisfaction enfolded me. Here goes nothing. One word then another swiftly appears across the stuffed envelope. Naivety and optimism are at the forefront of my thoughts. A sense of accomplishment flowed through me. My vocal cords vibrated and my lungs gave way to produce the sweetest, soothing, calmest and all-encompassing…

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A Daughter’s Developing

The tragedy of daughters being separated from their fathers is a common story nowadays. Follow one young woman as she transitions from bitterness to forgiveness.

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A Timely “Rememory” in Maya Angelou’s “My Guilt”

My guilt is “slavery’s chains,” too long the clang of iron falls down the years. This brother’s sold, this sister’s gone, is bitter wax, lining my ears. My guilt made music with the tears. My crime is “heros, dead and gone,” dead Vesey, Turner, Gabriel, dead Malcom, Marcus, Martin King. They fought too hard, they…

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