My Prayer Throughout Hardship

I wrote this prayer a few years back in the very beginning of what would be still to this day the hardest, most trying, and enduring time of my life. I’m still working through things and healing, and that process might take years, but I still recite this exact prayer today. Continue reading “My Prayer Throughout Hardship”

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Why I Took a Break from Instagram

Working in social media, it can be hard to take a break from the online world, but I dug down deep to the matter of why I wanted to take a break. I didn’t need to take a break because I spent too much time on social media, because outside of work, I have never been one to binge out on timelines. I never really spent that much time on Facebook anymore besides updating my family with life happenings or photos and keeping up on groups I was apart of. I deleted my Snapchat two years ago and my Twitter soon followed a year later. And let me tell ya, deleting Snapchat was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made on so many levels it practically warrants its own post. Maybe soon to come?? But no, those were not the culprits to the way I was feeling. It was Instagram. Continue reading “Why I Took a Break from Instagram”

Positivity Matters

Positivity matters. I’ve been doing this one exercise ever since my senior year in high school and it has changed my entire outlook on life. And now, I’m using it to make an impact on other’s lives around me! Continue reading “Positivity Matters”

God Made Us Too

How come I praise God’s magnificent artwork in the sky’s clouds, sunsets, and sunrises, yet look in the mirror and am disappointed, as if God didn’t make me too? How come I marvel at God’s wonderful creations, but fail to see the beauty in my own reflection? Continue reading “God Made Us Too”

Why Comparison is a Lie

Lately I’ve been finding myself slipping back into the trap that is comparison.  Continue reading “Why Comparison is a Lie”

Sometimes Even Heroes Need Saving

We often forget sometimes to actually stop and listen to our minds and bodies. It’s as if we don’t feel we “have the time” to care for ourselves or as if we just need to “keep going.” Chances are you know the type because you are one of them yourself. The type of person that has to have it alll together because that is what you feel is expected of you. Heck, you do it all! You take on evvverything. You agree to any task. And without even thinking much of it, you likely allow your mental, or even physical, health to take the back burner for the sake of helping another’s improve. Stop.  Continue reading “Sometimes Even Heroes Need Saving”