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In this final episode of 2020, I share some appreciation for a very devastating year. 2020 has brought grief to a lot of people. So I've decided to pivot and express appreciation for a few things that helped me to get through. The journey to abundance starts with appreciation. I am looking forward to 2021 and all the good things that are in store, …
 
In the wake of the Breonna Taylor case and how there is yet no accountability for killing a Black woman, I found myself numb, angry and sad. These are just some of the emotions I felt as I listened to the findings of the case. But I realize that I am not alone in these feelings and as a Black woman living in Kentucky, there are others who have thes…
 
Do you seek out experiences that expand your thinking and position you for a growth mindset? Or do you stay in the comfort zone of what's familiar without the willingness to moved beyond a fixed mindset? In this episode I talk about the importance of knowing who you are in order to understand your world view and how you function in your world. Beli…
 
Journals have been kept for centuries. Much of the historical information used today has been gained from written records of everyday experiences. Journal writing heightens awareness on many levels. In this episode I share one of my first journal entries written back in 1995 and the valuable information it provided for medical treatment. Tune in an…
 
When I took a trip to the grocery store, I only planned to pick up some last minute items. I did not plan to see someone that triggered up emotions that caused me to reflect and connect. Take a listen to learn how I got through it. Grief has no time limit, but if you become aware and honor it you might find a formula that will help you move forward…
 
In this episode I share an excerpt from my unpublished book "All That is Good". While it is common practice in the Black community for children to be raised by extended family members, studies show that children who experience life with absent biological parents drop out of high school, with 40% being Black female students. Meanwhile, all females, …
 
In this episode I share an excerpt from my unpublished book "All That is Good". While it is common practice in the Black community for children to be raised by extended family members, studies show that children who experience life with absent biological parents drop out of high school, with 40% being Black female students. Meanwhile, all females, …
 
In this episode I share an excerpt from my unpublished book "All That is Good". While it is common practice in the Black community for children to be raised by extended family members, studies show that children who experience life with absent biological parents drop out of high school, with 40% being Black female students. Meanwhile, all females, …
 
In this episode I share an excerpt from my unpublished book "All That is Good". While it is common practice in the Black community for children to be raised by extended family members, studies show that children who experience life with absent biological parents drop out of high school, with 40% being Black female students. Meanwhile, all females, …
 
In this episode I share an excerpt from my unpublished book "All That is Good". While it is common practice in the Black community for children to be raised by extended family members, studies show that children who experience life with absent biological parents drop out of high school, with 40% being Black female students. Meanwhile, all females, …
 
In this episode I share an excerpt from my unpublished book "All That is Good". While it is common practice in the Black community for children to be raised by extended family members, studies show that children who experience life with absent biological parents drop out of high school, with 40% being Black female students. Meanwhile, all females, …
 
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