I have come to realize is that motherhood just can’t change the fact that I am an introvert. And it is perfectly okay to be an introvert. We just have to accept it and manage.
Realizing that I am an introvert and not anti-social had to be one of the most freeing moments in my adult life. It has helped me to be a better me.
You were the child I did not plan, but the one who saved my life. You made me grow up and grow into myself. You were a part of a way bigger plan.
Growing can be fun if you do it right. Maybe you are not sure what you could be doing to grow in the new year? I’ve got 8 tips that you can do with or without a budget!
My fitness journey is like a on again, off again relationship. It’s unhealthy and emotionally driven. I don’t know how to get out of that cycle. But what I do know how to do is get back on it and right now that is what I am doing. Kenya gets fit. I’m focused.
The last three years have been pretty awesome when I took the time to reflect over them and see what I stated I wanted to accomplish at the top of the year. I plan to do it again in 2017 and I am giving you the tools to do it too!
I start a new reading list every year. Some books are just so good that you have to read them again. Here I share three of my favs.
Who needs a new year to make resolutions, when you have 365 days to choose from? I don’t make new years resolutions, and here is why.
I thought I had a bad attitude, and while that may partly be true. I realize that there is a deeper issue. I may be actually be selfish too… so now I have to figure out how to fix.
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.
A sure fire way to obtain a better quality of life, be successful, productive, and fulfilled is to place a priority on investing in both personal and professional growth. Today Tia Chambers shares how she is doing just that!