My mom raised my sisters and me to always say "good morning" to those we knew and to strangers on the street. She raised us to say "bless you" when someone sneezes. She raised us to follow the Golden Rule: to treat people with kindness and compassion. And somewhere down the line, I started to… Continue reading Be less human and more human(e)
Wow! It has been 498 days since my last post, and to say things have changed feels like a bit of an understatement. Let's see. 498 days ago I was in my second year of graduate school, considering rekindling things with an old flame, and living and working in a place I love and surrounded… Continue reading Motivational Monday: What’s Permanent? Love.
One of my intentions for the new year was to develop a stronger relationship with God. I thought that, in addition to attending church more regularly, I'd devote at least five minutes each day to reading my devotional. Using my YouVersion app, I decided to start a plan called "Love Greatly: Broken and Redeemed" not because… Continue reading Motivational Monday: Look Around
Where were you when President Barack Obama won the 2008 Presidential election? I was a sophomore at Spelman College, a Historically Black College for women in Atlanta, Georgia. Sitting on my bed in Laura Spelman dormitory and closely monitoring the results, I was completely overcome with emotion when the final poll numbers were tallied. Barack Hussein… Continue reading Friday Findings: Dear Mr. President
I love a good routine. It’s practical. It’s fool-proof. It’s predictable. Get up, wash your face, brush your teeth, shower, get dressed, head to school, go to practice, come home, watch TV, eat dinner, do homework, go to bed. Repeat. What’s not to love about knowing what you have to do, when you have to… Continue reading Kermit Says: Get (Un)Funkdafied