Cash definitely rules everything around us. The food we buy, the transportation we use, and the houses we live in require the precious green bills we work so hard for. Yet, it seems to be gone quicker than the time it took to earn it. Here are some tips to consider:
Let's live (and spend) within our means. Budgeting boils down to putting your mind over your money. As a starter, figure out how much you make bi-weekly or monthly, and subtract bills. From there, contemplate how
"Love...a word that comes and goes, but few people really know, what it means to really love somebody"- Kirk Franklin and the Family. Companionship is something that we naturally long for in life. We thrive on having someone to share our lives with, and while that's understandable, there's a few things we need to keep in mind. Firstly, love will happen when it's supposed to. No amount of timelines or restrictions you give will rush God's timing. Megan Good and Devon Franklin
If you could close your eyes and immediately be working your dream job, what would it be? This week, I encourage you to find your passion. Think of the thing that makes you the most excited about life, motivates you to learn everything about it, and gives you a sudden thrill every time you see someone doing it. Stop putting this book on the shelf and run towards this new chapter. I'm not saying quit your jobs and run toward your dreams (if that's the confirmation God's giving
Since April showers bring May flowers, I made a promise to myself to take the time to re-evaluate and rejuvenate my life and start my "glo-up" from the inside out.
This month's blogs will be a series dedicated to "writing the vision" for our lives and putting our faith into action to get there.
Although we are thankful for our lives, I can attest to taking my health for granted. Adding unnecessary stress, accepting chips and chocolate as a meal (don't judge me :) ) and allo
I went to work and it seemed as though people were not giving me time to share my ideas. I was frustrated and was annoyed for the day. I went to church and felt weird vibes from people I considered friends. I was confused and thought about it for the rest of the day. I was talking to a friend who disagreed with me on something and we both got annoyed. We didn't talk for a few days. Now these were three different days. Three different times that I allowed my emotions and perce