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Ms. Intuition 

As a women, we have all been blessed with this thing called intuition. It’s a beast and if we learn to trust it, we can save ourselves a lot of heartache. 

I’ve come to a few conclusions over the past month or so. 

  1. Our intuition informs us when someone is no good for us.
  2. Our intuition informs us when we are not happy in a relationship.
  3. Our intuition informs us when we need to let go and move on. 

Here is the thing ladies. We ignore it. We often believe that we can make things better in our relationships…in our lives if we just stick with it. The truth is, we already know in our hearts that it’s not going to work, we are just not ready to face it. 

There comes a time in our lives where we have to suck up the tears, tuck away the hurt, and put on our big girl pants. We have to learn to accept things for the way they are, and learn to let go of the things that are hurting us. 

I know we’ve all loss someone this year or at some point in our lives. If lossing the people who we hold dear to our hearts has not taught us that life is way too short to live unhappy, than I don’t what else will. 

Sometimes, Ms. Intuition (that’s what I call her) challenges us. She pushes us to face our inner most hurt. And that is, “if I leave him, I’ll be alone”. That is, “what if I don’t find someone else like him”. Well, it’s better to be alone than to be in a situation that is causing you pain. It allows you to heal and move forward in your life. And, why the hell would you want another man that doesn’t value you? I’m sure if he appreciated you, Ms. Intuition wouldn’t be telling you, “it’s time to go”. 

Listen, your intuition is a gift from God. Learn to become intuned with her. Learn to trust her. Learn to trust God. I promise, it will save you a lot of heartache in the long run. 

Let me know what you think! Do you agree/disagree???

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Run After Your Destiny 

I have something inspirational to share with you guys today!! 

Check it out below: 

The danger of low expectations.

I would rather aim for the stars,
And not hit them,

Than to not aim at all.

I would rather go after it,

And not get it,

Than not go after it all.

I’d rather try and fail,

Than not try at all.

I don’t want to live with the idea,

Wondering what would have happened,

Had I done more with my life.

I’m going to go for it,

Come hell or high water,

I’m going after my destiny.

You gotta run after your destiny!

You can’t stroll after your destiny!

You can’t walk after your destiny!

You gotta RUN! 

                            ~ T.D. Jakes ~

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Being Single Is A Blessing

Being single is a B….L…E…S…S…I…N…G.

Yes, I am in a committed relationship and I love my boyfriend. However, when I was single, I enjoyed being single. Now, I am enjoying life in a committed relationship.

I am going to drive home this concept of being single as a blessing and not a bad thing.

Here is why…

We have all dated jerks in our lives.

You know:

  •  Mr. No calling you.
  • Mr. Cheater.
  • Mr. Liar.
  •  Mr. Abuser.

If you can recall the relationship, do you remember the hurt you felt while in that relationship and after the relationship ended? It wasn’t a good feeling, I know. Can you remember how you felt once you had time to process and reflect over everything? You felt good, right?

Instead of trying to fill the void of loneliness and jumping into the first relationship that comes across your path… try being selfish with you.

*Check out some activates to do while being single.  http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/10-things-you-must-when-youre-single.html

My rule of thumb is, you can truly see someone true colors within 6 months to a year. No one can pretend for years to be something they are not. When people say, “oh he just changed one day” after being with someone for years. I find that hard to believe. People show them true selves within that time frame. We just decide to ignore the signs and hope things will get better in time.

Being single is the time to reflect, understand, and grow. This is the period in your life where you can think solely about yourself and your wants. You can figure out who you are and what you like versus what you don’t like.

As long as you have a vagina, there will always be men in the world that will be after you. Why not be picky about who you decide to let into your space?

When you truly learn you and love you, you won’t let just anyone into your space. Being single, and embracing the journey with an open mind will help prepare you for the right man to come into your life.

Think about it. You would have had spent x amount of time with yourself and enjoyed your life, that you will appreciate the right person in your space. When you do get into a relationship, you will become appreciative of it and not feel like you’re missing out on something.

Society tells us we need to be in a relationship to be somebody. However, I am here to tell you that you are somebody whether or not you are in a relationship.

Lets change that bad stigma about being single and embrace the journey!

 

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Dust YaSelf off Huntie, You’re Beautiful 💁🏾

Because today is motivational Monday, I’m going to share something with you guys! 

I have a 3rd book that will be available on June 17, 2017‼️ 

This book is composed of 25 self empowering affirmations for women. That’s right, if you’re needing a hint or a dose of inspiration, this is the book to get. 

I want to hear about anything you’ve accomplished last week or this month so far. I’m a big believer in sharing our accomplishments. It helps to keep us motivated! 


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Congrats to me!

As you know, I have this slight obsession with relationships. I love to observe how they work and why they do not work. How men and women communicate differently. How romantic, family, friendships, and work place relationships develop around the world. I took an interpersonal communication class during my undergraduate year, along with a multi cultural communication class. That is where I decided what route I wanted to go down. Of course, writing is at the top of my list. However, I wanted to become a certified relationship coach to help people find what they want out of life.  

After long hours of studying and staying focused, I am officially a certified relationship coach!

I am sharing this with you guys for 3 reasons.

  1. There will be changes to my Blog.
  2. I believe that you all can do anything you set your minds to.
  3. If you have any questions or would like me to talk about something, the door is always open. Please do not be afraid to reach out to me.

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Let me know what goals you have all accomplished this year! Let me know what goals you have set!

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Bye, Bye…Fear 

Growing up, we are told what to do and how to do it. We are told, according to our economical class how successful our lives will be. We are told to obtain degrees and get involved, so it might help with getting a job after 4 plus years in college. 

F.Y.I– I am a fan of higher education. I believe you should get higher education if you feel it woul benefit your life, not because you were told it would. 

I’m lucky enough to have parents who told me that I can be and do anything I set my mind to. Unfortunately, I listened to what the world thought I should be doing at my age, instead of asking God for direction. 

Not following and living your purpose in life will only cause depression and disappointment. There are multiple paths to success and you don’t have to do the typical 9-5. Actually, success and your definition of it alone is what matters most. 

Life is really what you make it. Of course, you’ll have ups and downs, that’s given. However, it’s about picking yourself up and trying again. For every successful person, there a few failures along the way. For every successful person, they had to make some kind of sacrifice.

What I really want out of life scares the living crap out of me! I’m afraid of failure. I’m afraid of actually getting what I want. I’m afraid of the time it will take. I’m afraid of the sacrifices I’ll have to make. However, I have decided two things. 

  1. If your dreams don’t scare or challenge you, than you should go back to the drawing board. 
  2.  I’m going to do it afraid. I will no longer let fear stop me. 

I’m here to challenge you to face your fears head on! Look yourself in the mirror and say bye, bye doubts, and hello opportunities!
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