Living My Amazing Life

We cannot live an amazing life if we are not our authentic selves and living in our truth. With that being said, this is how I was able to change me reality, to live unapologetically!

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Teen Workshop

I was invited to speak and facilitate a workshop with teen girls at the Bridge Intensive Prevention Services in Philadelphia. My topic was defining love and beauty. I incorporated poems from my book, “A Maze In Love” and shared my journey in discovering the value of self love and acceptance; this encouraged the young ladies […]

Relax Relate Breathe

“Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths”  Etty Hillesum I just celebrated another revolution around the sun and am ever so grateful. I am energetic, optimistic and the number of times I’ve revolved around the sun does not show on my face! I practice […]

Avoiding Valentine’s Day Anxiety

Valentine’s Day historically has been a day that couples use to express their affection for one another. But where does that leave the happily content singles, the hopeless romantics patiently awaiting the arrival of Mr. or Mrs. Right or the puppy love hungry teens who have been subliminally taught that if no one is woo’ing you, you should stay home and boo hoo hoo (as movies may suggest)?

To Be a Great Dad Today

Of course we’ve heard the saying “any man can be a father but it takes a real man to be a dad”, and if you haven’t heard this, allow me to translate: biologically a man can reproduce and that may be the beginning and ending of fatherhood. A dad is working as provider for ALL needs of their child: essentials such as shelter, food, affection and so forth.

Self Love Assessment

“You have to love yourself because no amount of love from others is sufficient enough to fulfill the yearning that your soul requires from you.”~ Dodinsky We have completed the first quarter of 2016! This is a great time to do a self love assessment, just to be sure you haven’t put yourself on the […]

Avoiding Valentine’s Day Anxiety

Valentine’s Day historically has been a day that couples use to express their affection for one another. But where does that leave the happily content singles, the hopeless romantics patiently awaiting the arrival of Mr. or Mrs. Right or the puppy love hungry teens who have been subliminally taught that if no one is woo’ing you, you should stay home and boo hoo hoo (as movies may suggest)?