Wild Card Wednesdays

The Masterpiece Has Just Begun

Happy Wednesday MI Loves! I am nearing the one month mark since I launched my blog and I must admit it is a ton of work. Consistently writing two blog posts a week, posting and engaging with my followers on social media, all while balancing a full time job, being in school part time, being… Continue reading The Masterpiece Has Just Begun

Spiritually Bold Sundays

Leave Your Comfort Zone

Today I want to reflect on how I am just in awe of how much I have really stepped outside my comfort zone the past two months. It all started when I went to a women’s empowerment conference called WerkPraySlay with one of my good friends. We were among so many beautiful, creative, and talented women who had successful businesses, blogs, products, services, and so much more. During the conference, I remained very low key because I had no business, blog, product, or service to talk about and networking at events (outside of school counseling) was completely out of my comfort zone.

Spiritually Bold Sundays

6 Ways to Get Out of Your Own Way

Today’s topic is one we know oh so well—Getting Out of Your Own Way. I am guilty of this as many of us are. We allow fear to take over our mind and we fail to reach our fullest potential that God intended for us. I have many talents that I have been sitting on and it wasn’t until recently where I decided I really need to get out of my own way and make some moves.

Wild Card Wednesdays

Why I changed my mindset to Be Spiritually Bold

Today is the first edition of Wild Card Wednesdays, which are designated for sharing anything from motivation, something I did the previous week, something going on in my life, or anything that is on my heart to share. I wanted to take some time to explain why I decided to make the change to Be Spiritually Bold in today’s post to help you get a better understanding of where I am coming from.

Spiritually Bold Sundays

What are you trusting God to do for you in 2018?

As we know, today is the last day of 2017 and time and time again we have been guilty of saying “New Year, New Me” or “This is my Year,” but after a week or two, we go back to the same old me in a new year. Too many times we set goals for our lives, but we aren’t willing to put in the work to truly achieve them.