Self-Transformation: No Permission Required From “Them”

I can’t tell you how many times I wanted to do something for myself and decided not to because of one of the “them” in my life. My “them” thought they were helping me with their motivation but instead it was braking me down. I went into the conversation with “them” with my eyes and […]

Atypical Superwoman: Living With A Chronic Pain Syndrome

Smile on my face, but screaming with pain on the inside- my body is fighting me. That’s one of the best ways I can explain living with a chronic pain syndrome. For about a decade I have had to relearn how to embrace being me while living with a medical condition that is misunderstood (by […]

Self-Control: The Importance Of Giving An Response Verses Reaction 

Sometimes it can be so hard to control your emotions when knocking someone out is your first thought. I know I’m not the only one who has been there. You feel me, right? Occasionally there may be a time when that is warranted to pop off and you may follow through, but then there are […]

Mom Code: Breastfeeding, Booby Milk and Bossin’ Up

I am not a first time mom, this is my third child, so I figured I had this mom thing in the bag. I have learned so much this third time around, about myself and about motherhood. Lately my days have consisted of adding appendices to my mom code, Breastfeeding, Booby Milk and Bossin’ up. […]

Underrated & Undetected:How well do you know your genes?

You can always have great genes at first glance without having great genes. I don’t know many people who have the random thought, ” I wonder if I have a genetic disorder” until there is a reason to think so. Usually it’s due to a family member, friend, or even a Facebook video that triggers […]