In this first Monday of 2019, I look back on the past year and think about all that has transpired. At the beginning of 2018 my intention was to make it the year of a self-worth crusade. Ironically I learned this lesson by allowing myself to be used, manipulated, controlled, devalued, and discarded by a … Continue reading 7 Things I Learned About Healthy Boundaries in 2018
Oceans What was and what is Vision and fulfillment Oceans between us Oceans withheld Untold unspoken unsaid Yet Felt Oceans...
I have been reflecting on many topics lately…issues that trouble my heart and fill my mind with a swirling barrage of questions and seeking. Life is truly an ongoing time of soul-searching. I could blog about any number of things, but today my words flow in service of exploring…the power of words. Words Drive Our … Continue reading Words: The Foundation of Life
Hello Gold Millennials! On Monday we announced that we will be launching a Gold Millennial book club! Today we are excited to share the first book with everyone: Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek. Why Leaders Eat Last? As an avid Sinek follower, it only makes sense to talk about WHY this book is such … Continue reading Let’s Read Leaders Eat Last!
The older we become the faster the world spins. Some remain young at heart, young in mind, personality, and spirit… Others grow old and wise before their time. Lines of wisdom and traces of sorrow do not mar the smooth cheek, seen instead in the eyes. Old souls dwelling in young frames… Like a new … Continue reading Their Eyes
I remember being a teenager and scoffing when an adult would try to point out a celebrity as a good role model. "I'm not a little kid anymore, I don't need role models," or so I thought. Little did I know just how important role models could continue to be in an adult's life. As … Continue reading Golden Role Models
This is PART 2 in a two part series of blog posts. If you haven't read PART 1 yet, you can click the link to go back and read it now. ... During this time, writing blog posts was the only thing that kept me sane. It made me forget for a blissful hour or … Continue reading Husbands Need to Be Held Too PART 2
When my 7 year old daughter drew this picture of her father in June, I couldn't stop myself from cracking up the moment I saw it, "Oh ho ho! Poor Papi!!" I said. Poor Papi indeed. Papi just looked at it. He didn't laugh. Then he said, "Oh. Yeah. That's me." It's a very realistic … Continue reading Husbands Need To Be Held Too PART 1
One thing I’ve learned in life is to never take anything or anyone for granted. I feel driven to find some way to infuse meaning into every day…to make the most out of every moment. I have trouble connecting with a task, job, or activity that doesn’t add deep value to life. I suppose you … Continue reading Legacy: How Do You Want to be Remembered?
Over the years I've learned a lot about love, friendship, and relationships...and I learned most of it the hard way. After many failed progressive Millennial attempts at dating, I learned that love and relationships are not a game, trust needs to be earned and maintained, and the idea that love is real when it tears … Continue reading The Truth About Attracting Healthy Relationships