This past weekend I had the amazing opportunity to not only attend but also serve as part of the social squad for the Blogalicious8 conference, held in Atlanta, Georgia. To say that I enjoyed myself is an understatement. To say that I learned a lot is minimizing the fact that my mind was on overload…
Earlier this month Alfred Duncan had the interwebs all abuzz with his surprise proposal and wedding for his, now wife, Sherrell. Like always people had something to say. But I’m just asking, do you know what that took to pull that off??
The way we view things has a huge point on the way we handle or deal with them. Sometimes you have to make a perspective shift to face your issues and adjust the way you deal with them.
One young woman’s story of dating BC (before Christ). Yearning for something that no man could fulfill, her identity, completely wrapped in being with a man, having the title of being his in order to be seen as worthwhile. The first of a two part series.
Making the transition from wife or significant other to coparent will send a flood of emotions coursing through you. Break-ups and divorce are never fun, and children only complicate it. But choosing to work together will be one of the best things you can do for your them.
It’s been exactly a week since we left home, hit the road and drove 9 hours through the night to our new home. There have been many questions asked about this journey and some people, even after they were told, didn’t believe it was gonna happen. Here, we take you on the journey too and explain some of the things that people are most curious about.
We have to be careful to not let the opinions, expectations, and impositions of reality put upon us when it comes to speaking out our realities, experiences and the things that we feel. While being respectful is a given, completely changing or silencing your story is not an option if you chose to live an authentic life.
This here blog is mine, and this is my home. And I am deciding my voice will be clear and there when I have something to say, even if there is discomfort for you or I, it creates an opportunity for growth. And we are ALL IN for growth around here.
There is a right and a wrong way to do almost anything, and just like most other things, it’s all subjective. But I have a list of things you may be doing “not right” in your coparenting, thus messing up coparenting.
Life will inevitably have hard times and struggles, but the way you choose to view them determines whether you are just going through life or actually growing through it.