An old proverb says “it takes a village to raise a child.” While we acknowledge this old proverb to carry great meaning and weigh, I have concluded that it also takes a tribe to successfully navigate through adulthood.
I find it amazing that most people search their entire life for unconditional love, but never fully understand its true meaning. We see this type of love often play out on television and movies. We expect this type of love from our parents and loved ones, and we demand it from our significant others, yet…
Your circle should want you to win. Healthy relationships are essential and are the foundation for which your roots are established. When you think of an oak tree, you are drawn to its infinite beauty and you are amazed at its’ longevity. On average, an Oak tree can live over 150 years and the reason why the oak tree…
We make decisions each and every single day of our lives. And we pave a new path with each decision. And with each path that you create and embark on, just as you get comfortable, there comes a new decision for you to make that brings you to a new journey.
I often cry when I take the time to reflect on my life and what I have been able to endure, accomplish and attain. It can be difficult to build a life that lives up to your expectations, especially when you do not have the blueprint readily available to you. Life in its self is a beautiful thing; one that can easily fall victim to or allow to pass by. In turn, sometimes the boundaries of our experiences and our mind holds us back from reaching our highest potential.
Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of commentary from women who are not honouring their femininity, which invoked the thought of gender roles in my own mind.
Life can be a bitch at times. Just when you think things are stable, you are hit in the face with an uppercut so violent it takes you to your knees and knocks the wind right out of your mouth. And when you thought that things couldn’t get any worse, your alarm goes off and it is time for you to resume your responsibilities.