From time to time, I have to remind myself that I don’t have all of the answers; in fact, I spend my days and nights often seeking answers. My marriage with Frank, my relationships with family members, the time I spend with friends, the peaks and valleys in my career, and even my ultimate decision to not have children are all inspired by something within me that understands that the best that I can be is just me.
As I seek career advancement, this quote is my daily mantra.
During those times when I struggle to be my most authentic self, I have to remind myself that I am a work in progress.
This quote helps me to better understand and accept that I, alone, am responsible for my happiness.
Some days are tougher than others. I remember…
My closest friends (and some family members) have kept me sane, unmedicated, and grounded in what is most important-especially when I have struggled to accept the inevitable.
Yaaaasssss!!! Keep striving! Keep hustlin’!
When I need that little extra push; especially during times of high stress or anxiety, this quote reminds me to love me.
“If you’re happy and you know it, clap you’re hands!”
The struggle is realest during times of transition. When you accept that you can’t always please everyone, it becomes less important whether others accept you and more about those elements of your self that you need to accept, improve, or change to love yourself.
Yes. Just yes…in any language.
My work is endless, but so very fulfilling.
My mindset and self-efficacy matters.
I’m a winner…every single day. I can. I will.
My footsteps are divinely ordered. The Creator has His hands on me.
Let it rain…let it rain.