Just Keep Swimming

When learning how to swim, my instructor said, “You need to exaggerate your strokes. It will feel funny and may even look weird, but it will help you swim better.” See, I’m 5 foot 8 inches and she’s barely 5 feet tall. Although I was supposed to follow what she was doing, I couldn’t follow how she was doing it because we’re built differently. Her shorter limbs required less effort compared to my longer limbs. When trying to copy her smooth, fluid, Olympic-like strokes, my swimming looked more like I was having a darn temper tantrum...

Out With The Old

Many times we limit ourselves from achieving our full potential because we’re afraid of what the perception of this “new” us will be. We’re worried about others saying we’ve changed. Everyone wants to be “real” and having someone think we’re a hypocrite doesn’t exactly fit into that image...

3 Things 2017 Taught Me: Pt.3

I cant believe that this is the last post for 2017! (insert ugly cry) 2017 has been an AMAZING year for me. I was able to start coaching, blogging, joined amazing blog communities, started my degree in Life Coaching and also got accepted into a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy program for next year. Spiritually, I’ve been growing. God has been stretching and using me; He keeps showing me more of my purpose every day and it’s been so exciting! The most important thing that 2017 taught me is...

I Don’t Know and It’s Okay

Growing up, I remember there was this toy that I would play with. The objective was to fit the wooden pieces through the matching cut-out shape. A triangle piece could only fit through the cut-out area for a triangle and so on and so on. I remember using all my little strength to try to squeeze these wooden pieces into the incorrect spot. No matter how hard I tried, it just wouldn’t fit.   

A Year from Today

Happy Tuesday! I have something different for you today. I know you’re expecting a post where I write a few words, make you laugh, make you think, or as some of you have told me, make you cry (sorrrry). Today, I’m not doing any of that.

Why?

So you finally discovered what your purpose is and you are ecstatic, excited and elated! You're ready to jumpstart things and finally begin walking in your purpose. That's nice. Why?