So 2020 huh? This has been a year of loss for so many people, myself included. Be it loss of loved ones, loss of income, loss of opportunity, loss of dreams or simply the loss of your will to live and fight. Grief has been heavy in the air and […]

Something I have learned throughout my life is that my tongue has a lot of power. James says the tongue is a spark that can set an entire forest on fire. And yet most times I forget. In the name of self depreciating jokes or being ‘real’, I get lost […]

“As a man thinks in his heart so is he…” and “out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.” These are some of the few verses that really encapsulate how important positivity and positive thinking is. We are told do not worry because worrying adds no day to […]

“I don’t know…” We say that often. Mostly because we really don’t want to give our opinion because it will be a shocker or we are tired of talking or we do not want to be held accountable if our advice makes life worse for someone. But occasionally we really […]

What is real love? Is there a universal standard to measure love on? How do you know for sure that it is real? How do you know it will last? I have compiled a list of 7 foolproof ways to know when the love is real. The answer to these questions is the answer to the longevity of your love.

So self-worth, worthiness. Why is it that you always seem to run out of it? Why is this generation so disgruntled by themselves? How do you tell your self-worth? What do you do for acceptance? This post is about checking where your worth comes from and cementing the origin of worthiness.

Contement is a hard thing to muster especially in our world today. With all the things we feel we should be doing, being too involved in other people's lives and social media cultivating discontentment, it's hard to find that joy with where you are and what you have. So today I'm tackling the first step toward contentment: gratitude. Here are 10 simple tips to cultivating gratitude.

So many times we are so sure we are joyful and then it all comes crushing down. So what are these things we should safeguard against? Because unlike happiness which is fleeting, joy is everlasting and is a guarantee to us.

So it’s the beginning of the year and most people are reevaluating their lives and changing things and trying new things or finally getting to do old things.  And I am so sure that majority are using someone else’s life as a reference point: Nancy lost 30 pounds last year […]

So it’s a new year and I have vowed to post every other weekday on this blog for y’all to read. Whether devotionals, book reviews or just my point of view. And that brings me to today’s topic… New year’s resolutions. Whether you call them goals or resolutions or points […]