Life’s Hurricane Warning: A 5-point Checklist for Preparing and Survival Guide

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Today, Miami is preparing itself for an approaching hurricane, and I’d like to dedicate this post to today’s current events.  At some point, we hit a big chaotic storm and sometimes they can hit at multiple times.  Storms can be a terminal illness, death of a loved one, failure, divorce, depression, violence, addictions, you name it, in today’s current events, one’s world can be pulled from underneath them in so many different ways.   Continue reading “Life’s Hurricane Warning: A 5-point Checklist for Preparing and Survival Guide”

3 Lessons Addictions are Teaching All of Us

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Addiction today is a disability that many people have to deal with.  Personally, I have seen friends and loved ones affected by this and it can be very frustrating.  It’s so hard to care for someone who suffers from an addiction especially when you see that same person seem to no longer care for themselves.  As much as this blog entry is dedicated for those suffering with an addiction and their loved ones, this blog entry is also for everyone else because I think addiction in today’s society is teaching us all some very real, hard lessons we can all learn from. Continue reading “3 Lessons Addictions are Teaching All of Us”

The Secret to How to Live in the Moment: A Cheat version

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Living in the moment is something many of us aspire for.  There are tons of inspirational written works about living in the moment.  I can’t count the number of instagram and facebook posts I’ve seen about living in the moment.  It’s so easy to live in the moment when we’re away on vacation, or listening to a great piece of music, or watching a really good film or laughing with friends.  But what about living in the moment every single day??  How do we actually apply this ‘living in the moment’ status to our everyday life when it’s not so much fun? Continue reading “The Secret to How to Live in the Moment: A Cheat version”

Finding zen through miscarriages or striving for a baby

Early this year, I have noticed that I’m knowing more and more couples who are either trying really hard to have children or women who have had to go through miscarriages.  This blog post is dedicated for those who have had to go through such hardships, a hardship that’s now becoming a reality for many people today. Continue reading “Finding zen through miscarriages or striving for a baby”

Why looks can be important, but they are NOT who we are

In this first blog post, I’d like to differentiate our looks and who we are.  Somewhere in between those two lies our self-confidence and/or self-respect.  I especially want to dedicate this blog post to little girls and young women out there who are trying to find their self-confidence.  Perhaps, if you’re a mother or guardian to young women, this blog may also be especially useful. Continue reading “Why looks can be important, but they are NOT who we are”