Delayed But Not Denied

Delayed But Not Denied

Imagine praying and believing that your next big break is coming, only to receive a big fat NO.

This was my reality on last week. I had been waiting with expectancy for that call that would really be the change I need career wise but it didn’t happen. I literally felt heartbroken and all my faith seemed to go out the window. I can tell you that right now I desperately desire to move on and do something new but here it is I’m in a place that is all too familiar. I feel trapped, almost like I’m in cruise control.

Purpose Driven - Publishing My First Book

Purpose Driven - Publishing My First Book

I didn't start off 2015 thinking that this indeed would be the year when my dream of becoming an author would come to reality. I spent so many years focused on things that brought me temporary happiness that I just didn't have the focus needed to be a successful author. It wasn't until I removed people and things that only served as distractions from my life, that I began to see things from a new perspective. Let's just say the process of accepting hard/ugly truths about myself was not fun but very necessary for personal growth. 

Year Of Intention

Year Of Intention

This is the year of INTENTION. I feel like I’ve only gotten a glimpse of what God has in store for me, so now it’s time to focus like never before. While we may not share the same goals, one thing is for certain, a dream will always remain a dream unless you are willing to take some risks. More importantly, a dream backed up by purpose and prayer is an unstoppable combination.

Dear Dreamer - Farewell 2015

Dear Dreamer - Farewell 2015

I couldn’t think of a better way to end a year of blogging than to write a letter of you. We may have never met in real life but I’m pretty sure we have some things in common, from moments of feeling immense joy to seasons of feeling completely lost. There’s this tendency to feel like no one understands our pain or our frustrations in life, but really, if we peeled the layers of pride away, we would all learn that we indeed share more than we realize. So, before I go any further, I want to remind you that you aren’t alone.