In my last blog post (Part 1 of this), I mentioned a series of thing I learned from being off social media. It was a reawakening of simplicity and getting back to the basics with myself – as a human being. Just like a nutritional diet, I had to skim off things that were no … More Mental Health & Peace: What I learned being off social media for one year (and some) – PT. 2
Yes, this reading will be as upfront as you can get. I’m not going to bore with the angst but fair warning —– we are diving into a very deep topic. There is a dark side to us all and while there are heavy debates about the word “sin” – it plays a huge role in … More Honest Habit 3: Knowing Your Deadly Sin
A while back, my husband, 4.5yr old daughter, and I were living in an 800 sq. ft. two bedroom, one bath apartment. It was doable for us at the time, until my son was born. The apartment wasn’t going to cut it in the long run, but we made it work since our children were young. (I … More MINIMALISM – A New Way of EVERYTHING.
This book is a little over 20 years old now since it’s first publication in 1997. It’s a book that’s does not immediately catch your attention but for some reason, knows exactly when to find you. Eerie, right?! I’m recommending this book for 3 specific reasons: 1) Start taking charge of your life 2) Self-Education … More Why you need to read “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki, Part I
If you have been following my new Instagram account @shesgoodcompany (if not, add me please!), you would know that I intend to eliminate my two personal debts by the end of April. Those two debts are 1) student loan, and 2) credit card debt. These types of debts are pretty common and while most would … More What your bank account says about You