Lessons about People Post Pandemic

Many things are opening back up in Atlanta. Some companies are mandating a return to the office for three days a week. Although in the past two years, employees have shown that working from home is productive. I must be honest. I am terrified about going back into a building with people. They come withContinue reading “Lessons about People Post Pandemic”

Let it Go: Mistakes & Mistreatments

Sometimes our past can be so messy. Mistakes, misunderstandings or even mistreatment can scar us severely. As we start this year, let’s dig deep. Ask yourself these questions. Is there anyone who disappointed me that I’m holding resentment for in my heart? Have I been holding on to painful memories for days or even decades?Continue reading “Let it Go: Mistakes & Mistreatments”

Black Women: It’s your time Queens

Women are indeed an awesome creation. I’ve been raised by two, and I promise you, you’ve never seen so much ingenuity at work. My mom and grandmother didn’t have it all. They started with very little, a bare foot walking girl and woman. Grandma, her sisters, and their mother and father carried sugar cane onContinue reading “Black Women: It’s your time Queens”

Thankful we hung in there

I’m a list person. I like to write a list and check things off one by one. I have journals, notebooks with a list of things I would like to do. From Outcome lists to Grateful lists to Project lists to affirmations etc.  There are no words to describe how 2020 has slapped us silly.Continue reading “Thankful we hung in there”

Put your mask on first

NEGATIVITY IS POISON TO THE MIND AND A PERSON’S ESSENCE. It can become a 2-way channel, it enters by who we listen to before we make decisions, and then it’s cemented when we act based on the advice. It is really easy to become a host of negativity and not realize it. With so muchContinue reading “Put your mask on first”

Two Worlds… One Country

It. Is. July! Half the year is behind us. Can you believe we made it? We’re still here my people, alive! January, February, March, April, May, June, went by slowly. Here comes July 2020. What a whirlwind! First, the world went on lockdown. Now America feels like it’s going through a metamorphosis. The racial divide,Continue reading “Two Worlds… One Country”

The Burden of Blackness

DARKNESS Can I be brutally honest? These past few weeks have had me in the lowest place of my life. First, the pandemic hit, it is still here by the way so let’s not be fooled by your favorite restaurant or even your job opening up. There has not been one day where the numberContinue reading “The Burden of Blackness”

A YEAR AGO, RACISM RAGED & moms must still pray for God’s protection of our black men and boys

These past few weeks of back to back killings and arrests of black men, has been weighing on me. Today, after a reporter got arrested for doing his job, and it shocked some people… It broke me! All morning I cried for my children, my husband and many black women across the diaspora are cryingContinue reading “A YEAR AGO, RACISM RAGED & moms must still pray for God’s protection of our black men and boys”

An abnormal new norm

A monster pandemic has been unleashed upon the world. Weeks of quarantine. School, work, everything… from home. Hospitals overwhelmed. Loved ones overran by a virus, resulting in virtual or drive by funerals from the sidewalk. For me, the new norm is like an animated horror movie in slo-mo. Does anyone else feel like we’re stuckContinue reading “An abnormal new norm”

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