Just the other day I celebrated my friendiversary with my choir ladies. We met on a Tuesday night 3 years ago to sing together and have become a sisterhood. We never would have guessed we’d be where we are now; but between the nights we’ve stayed up until the sun came out, the tears, the … More What About Your Friends?
After I graduated and got a job and started meeting “real” men, I quickly came to realize that they’re just as much of a mess as I am. … More Post Grad Life| How My Views on Men & Dating Have Changed
Respect your struggle, because it will make you appreciate your come up. … More Something Old, Something New
As much as I’d like to credit my own wisdom and will power, the real things that catapulted me into this season of growth stem from the frustration and disappointment I had because of the drama in my life. I got tired of it all. It forced me to remove myself from certain situations. It forced me to focus on myself and my goals. It forced me to stop hiding, and bending, and bowing, and to stand up tall. … More How Your Drama is Fuel for Your Destiny
Girls everywhere sitting alone at lunch tables and not getting invited to parties are waiting to graduate. Why? Because they’re under the hopeful, misguided perception that when you graduate, you ascend into a utopia where people respect each others’ differences and there are no more mean girls. I’m here to tell you, the lie detector … More High School Drama Never Ends So What Makes Adult Life Better?
You know that cliche: If you hang around garbage too long, you’ll start to stink. Well, it may be time for you to dump your trash. And please, by all means, don’t be the trash that needs to be dumped. Carry your weight and be that friend that you need. … More No Squares in My Circle