Self love is love without distractions.
I am debuting a new series called Good Ground. This will be a basic biblical foundational series about various topics that help you when dealing with the Word or various concepts. "But he who received seed on the good ground is he who hears the word and understands it, who indeed bears fruit and produces: some a hundredfold, some… Continue reading What is the Daniel Fast?
Detox is such an essential physical health practice to remove the unhealthy toxins in our body. Whatever toxin you want to get rid of or cleanse you can look up a smoothie for that! But what about the toxins in your heart? As we approach the end of the year everyone is setting New Year resolution… Continue reading Detoxifying Your Heart
Picking up an old hobby can be quite refreshing. In Chicago, I used to do Aerial Silk and Aerial Yoga. I have been looking for a place to continue this practice for two years. Today I reflected back on my first Aerial class and to where I arrived now. I admit I am very rusty,… Continue reading Movement Monday!
I'm smart. I read well. I can do math at a high level. I'm talented in multiple fields of art, music, and communication. I understand conceptual problems with relative ease and enjoy good philosophical exercises. However, paperwork, emails, and essays give me anxiety. Missed text messages and interpersonal conflict can keep my mind tied up… Continue reading What is Normal Anyway? (High Functioning Mental Illness)
What is your purpose in life? Can you envision yourself there? How bad do you want that dream? Are you willing to makesacrifices? What are your short/long term goals? What are you doing on a daily basis to get there? We live in a generation of instant gratification. This has caused us to become irritable,… Continue reading Trust the Process
Many people say I’m brave because of the leaps that I take in life. Leaps such as applying to the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago, standing up to people in high places of power, and for moving to Florida without having any friends or family here. Yet, people don’t see the fear… Continue reading Moving Through Fear
When people talk about ADHD, they think about the kid that can't sit still in class. They think about the boys that get into trouble all the time. Or the girl that can't stop talking a mile a minute. Well, Tuesday it was confirmed that I do have ADHD Inattentive type and the best thing… Continue reading My Diagnosis: Inattentive Type (Cocoon)
In the past two weeks, I found myself revamping major areas of my life. I noticed myself doing the same unproductive thing on my down time after work. Going home and shutting my mind off by watching Netflix. I was watching A Different World and I just finished the Scandal series (5 years later) ha!… Continue reading Being Barely Sane
Today in our society, there is a stigma associated with expressing one’s thoughts and opinions, especially if you are a part of the Black & Latino community. I was inspired by a conversation with a friend of mine that explained to me the Kaepernick situation that took place. A simple bodily gesture done during a… Continue reading We Were Created to Express Ourselves