Tag: motherhood

To Season With Salt or Honey – The Importance of the Words We Choose

“At the end of the day people won’t remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel.” Dr. Maya Angelou Words. So simple yet they hold so much power. Language is the tool that separates humans from animals. Our words allow us to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings. Throughout time, […]

“When You Know Better, You Do Better”

This week on my favorite podcast, Oprah’s Super Soul, she shared an invaluable lesson that she learned from the one and only Dr. Maya Angelou. “When you know better, you do better”. Seven simple words strung together to create a powerful statement which we should all inculcate into our hearts and minds.  So what does […]

Cultural Identification & Mental Health: Using Your Roots to Calm and Uprooted Mind

“How do you identify culturally?” A few weeks ago, during a session with my therapist, I was presented with this question. I shrugged and hesitantly answered, “I don’t know, I’m African-American.” She scribbled my answer down while I anxiously tried to get a glimpse of her notes. The question definitely took me back. Usually, when […]

What is a Mom-Springa and Why Do I Need One?

I recently finished reading “The Overdue Life of Amy Byler” by Kelly Harms. It was a great kick-off summer read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Not only was it funny and down to earth, but the book left me with some life long lessons, with the top one being: all moms, new or not so […]

Transition – Making Yourself Receptive to Good Fortune

The past few weeks in my life have been all about transition. I’ve had to make some pretty grown-up decisions, sacrifices, and really accept the shift that’s occurring in my life. Thankfully, the major transition in my life is positive, but as I said, it’s come with tough choices for me that’s forced me to […]

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