Birthday Reflection

There’s a lot that I would like to say today but I’m going to do my best to keep it from turning into a novel. Lol  ⠀ I’d like to take some time to reflect back over this year since tomorrow is my birthday and I’ll be turning 24.⠀ I can’t say that this year wasn’t hard. ⠀ I can’t say that I was always happy.⠀ I can’t say that nothing went wrong.⠀ I can’t say I had perfect health. ⠀ I can’t say that my life was perfect.⠀ I can’t say that I didn’t make mistakes. ⠀ I can’t say that it was the best year of my life.⠀ I can’t say that I didn’t let people down. ⠀

Grow Through What You Go Through

Grow through what you go through! If you’ve been following me for any time now you probably know that I like to be transparent and honest with you all. I like to speak what’s on my heart. ⠀⠀ Recently I’ve opened up with struggling a lot with life, health issues, my ministry, and writing. It’s scary to be vulnerable with you but I want you to see not just the good but the messy and hard. I don’t want you to think I’m perfect because God knows I’m far from it. I want you to know that I’m relatable and human just like you. ⠀

Circumstances Don’t Define You

Can I be honest with you for a minute? ⠀ ⠀ It’s so easy to get caught up in your emotions. I’ve been struggling with doubt lately. You see if you know me, my relationship with JESUS means everything to me. Lately, my circumstances have been testing my faith big time. I feel like I’m … Continue reading Circumstances Don’t Define You

Mentoring Isn’t for the Faint of Heart

Mentoring is an important part of life. It's something that I feel like everyone needs. The idea of someone consistently pouring into your life that you trust to give you advice, call you out when you need it and just be there for you is amazing. However, let me just tell you that being a mentor … Continue reading Mentoring Isn’t for the Faint of Heart

Single as a Pringle…and ready to Mingle

Valentine's Day can be a sensitive subject especially to the girl that is single. You see everyone hypes up the day to be all sorts of romantic with candy, love and spending time with that significant other. Well, that's all fine and dandy if you are in a relationship but for the girls who are single as a pringle, it's just a sore reminder that at last, they are still single.  You see, I am 23 years old and never once has been on a date. Never once been in a relationship, and never once really been in love. Now sure I've had crushes on guys who I thought were hot or had a great personality but nothing ever came of it. I probably cried more over the fact that he didn't like me or notice me or wasn't into me when nothing ever happened. Does that make me crazy? Crying over a boy that was never mine, to begin with?