Bloom Where You’re Planted


Spring is here!  Now is the perfect time to revisit those resolutions and evaluate your progress.  Spring is the time for renewal, rejuvenation, and growth. … [Read more...]

S.O.S (Save Our Sisters)


After an intense email exchange with my online women’s group, I feel compelled to address this topic. I read the book Single Saved and Having Sex by Ty Adams. This book outlines the grave … [Read more...]

Beware The Comfort Zone

Unmade Bed

Comfort zones may be defined as stops along the journey of life where you’ve overstayed your welcome.  This should have been a step towards accomplishing a goal, yet the motivation to move past … [Read more...]

Anatomy of an Apology


No matter how hard we try not to, we will offend others.  Statements are misinterpreted, some individuals are very sensitive, and sometimes we’re just not tactful in our delivery.  Once we’ve … [Read more...]

Down in The Garden


“A healthy garden is a reflection of a healthy soul.” Every gardener plants with the intention of a bountiful harvest. No gardener (professional or novice) sets out with hopes that their … [Read more...]

The Quest for Silence


“See how nature - trees, flowers, grass - grows in silence; see the stars, the moon and the sun, how they move in silence...we need silence to be able to touch souls.”  Mother Teresa of Calcutta … [Read more...]

The Art of Living


I adore art by Kurtis Watkins.  His creations evoke emotion, and his message inspires.  He speaks from a platform of ownership.  However, his message goes beyond owning his art, or any tangible, … [Read more...]

Perpetual Bliss


“Life is not a problem to be solved but a reality to be experienced.” Soren Kirkegaard Is it possible to live a life filled with content, purpose, and joy?  There is no doubt that we live in a … [Read more...]

Conquer The Elements


I ventured outside, only to be greeted by what I considered to be gale force winds, rain and puddles upon puddles of water.  Surprisingly, people wearing waterproof boots were acting as if they … [Read more...]

A Matter of Love


A few of my sister-girls are dealing with matters of love. I’ve realized that the problem might be that we don’t know how to love. We don’t know what love looks like. … [Read more...]