On Friday I received an unexpected compliment that sent me into a bit of a tailspin. And if you're wondering how that's possible, let me explain. My teammates at work decided to give awards out to our training class for surviving our 12 weeks of training together. And during that time, we've all learned quite … Continue reading On dating: women choose, but men decide
How often do you check yourself? Let me be clear on what I mean by, “check yourself.” I don’t mean getting checked for std’s or performing self-breast exam, which are also important; I mean, how often do you stop and say, “I’m trippin, let me re-evaluate how I’m handling this situation.” I think I probably … Continue reading Check yourself, before you wreck yourself
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be."~Lao Tzo With the new year approaching, I, like many others, have been reflecting on the changes and growth that I've experienced over the past year. After being unemployed since December of 2011, I finally feel as though I'm … Continue reading A life in review
I know what you're probably thinking, and no, this blog is not about an awkward teenager, who is trying to deal with his best friend's suicide, even though I can say without hesitation, that "The Perks Of Being A Wallflower" is officially one of my favorite movies. This blog is about me, and the new life that … Continue reading The perks of being a wallflower
As I sit here and type this post, I am trying to figure out where September went. It flew by, just like I said it would. In less than 3 weeks, I will be moving to Atlanta to further purse my writing career and in less than 2 weeks, I'll be sending my final payment … Continue reading The best is yet to come!
Last night I asked God for a sign on how he wanted me to proceed with my fundraising campaign to publish my first completed novel, A Life Less Interrupted, and I got my answer within 5 minutes!!! I am pretty sure that's the fastest he's ever answered me or at least that's the fast I've … Continue reading Getting out of my own way
About a month ago during one of my talks with God, I confessed that I'd been feeling a bit down and out of sorts. It's been a bit of an emotional roller-coaster with the whole job search and trying to figure out my next step to advance my writing career, plus becoming somewhat of a … Continue reading We’ve got a groovy kind of love