Monthly Archives: January 2015

Je Suis Charlie. NAACP Bombing. The Power of Voice…and Silence

This may be more of a ramble than a polished post.  The last 48 hours have caused me to be reflective about the state of affairs as it relates to our humanity.  Even while working, the humming of my television … Continue reading

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But Did I Ask You Tho?

If we’re honest with ourselves, we will admit that there are times when grown folks decisions really bother us. Take it a step further, we will also admit there are times when those folks PERSONAL decisions that actually have NOTHING … Continue reading

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Drop Your Anchor

Originally posted on Tuesdays with Bianca:
It’s been a minute my friends! I know some of you may have thought I had thrown in the towel. Nope! I just had to regroup. The last few weeks of 2014 were chaotic.…

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Reaping What I’ve Sown

As I reflect back on 2014, I can’t help but to share how awesome God was to me. The biggest career move of my life, got a great guy, and a brand new niece; I have absolutely no complaints whatsoever. … Continue reading

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Process Makes Purpose: Dumping Perfection as a Goal

PART 1: Before You Cut Another Glossy Magazine For Your Vision Board We’ve all heard the saying “practice makes perfect.”  It’s been drilled in our heads since we were learning to tie our shoes or french braid or long division.  … Continue reading

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