So many of us are waiting around for others to affirm our greatness. We’re waiting around for a relationship to affirm we are worthy of love. We are waiting around for a job to affirm that we… Source: Weekly Affirmation
Just beautiful... Watching down the urban jungle. St. Paul’s Cathedral in the background. via Urban Jungle — The Rantaman
I am sitting here, Waiting for words to never come; For feelings that'll never be felt; Waiting for the day my love for you will no longer be one-sided. via Daily Prompt: Waiting
I took the other day off from work to try and just get my life all the way together. I've had a long 2 weeks so far (October is moving at lightning speed for me) and I just needed a break to do absolutely nothing. While I was tackling the task of "doing nothing" I… Continue reading #DoloConversations
Everyone has to battle with the concept of trust and forgiveness at some point of their lives with someone in their lives that they care strongly about. Lately, I've been seeing these 2 things going hand-in-hand with each other, because without initially trusting someone, how can you really forgive them? I feel that on some… Continue reading Trust and Forgiveness.
Ok, so THANK YOU Issa Rae for making a show that speaks to so many other aspects of my life! I was able to finally watch Insecure yesterday (because trying to find access to someone's HBOGO has been a bitch) on YouTube (once again, THANK YOU). Word to the wise, if you watch it at work, put… Continue reading #InsecureHBO: The Recap!
Recently, I had a sort of epiphany about life, and I feel like it's going to change my quality of life in an amazing way. I have come to realize that it is ok to tell someone you are unhappy; because happiness isn't constant. Once I adopted that mantra into my daily living, I have… Continue reading Happiness Isn’t Constant: A Realization
Sometimes I want to try and find the right words to say to y'all to discuss marriage. This wonderful post has taken the words right out of my mouth: http://blackgirlcreate.com/2016/10/04/we-need-to-be-more-honest-about-the-realness-of-marriage/