If you’re a writer, you’ve probably experienced the dreaded writer’s block. You sit in front of the computer to get your writing done, but you have no words. Or, if you’re like me, you might not believe in writer’s block at all but suffer from writer’s apathy—you’ve lost interest in writing for various reasons.
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Spring has sprung! My April bookshelf is filled with parables and secrets. Last month, I read Debbie Macomber’s newest release If Not for You. You will have an opportunity to read my review in the May issue of the Midwest Book Review. I’m taking a leadership course that is reading intensive. It has really cut
I stopped writing Wifey Wednesday posts because I felt like a fraud. For more than a while, I’ve lived in the worst kind of marriage—one that is crumbling brick by brick, that has far more valleys than mountain tops and, sadly, more hate than love. A simple disagreement about an ink pen left on
I was raised in the Church of God in Christ and in Pentecostal environments. For a while, I was the girl who only wore skirts and dresses because pants were masculine and against the principles of Deuteronomy 22:5. Women couldn’t wear make-up, open toed shoes, or sleeveless shirts either. We weren’t allowed to do anything
After a long day of work and meetings, I gathered my things and headed to the dojo where my family has a membership. I started going to caged fitness after I sold my treadmill. I never thought I’d look forward to working out but I relish the time on the mat on Monday and Wednesday
Life is a journey inhibited by time. When babies come into the world they are called newborns. In a few weeks they become infants, then toddlers, and preschoolers and so one. After kindergarten, those little wide eyed kindergarteners become bright eyed elementary students. Everything is segmented and compartmentalized in ages and stages dictated by time.
Mull over the title of this post.. For the longest time, I looked at the things most people would consider as blessings as hindrances or restraints. I used my children as an excuse not to work out or to do things for myself. I used my husband and other relationships as an excuse not to
Every since I was a child, I’ve been privileged to learn from a variety of god fearing, wise people who didn’t mind sharing their knowledge. The impartation of information frequently came from observing them in day to day life or from the songs they chose to sing during services. My grandmother and great aunts all
I think I was sitting in church in Atlanta the firt time I heard someone say, “If you’re not changing and growing then you’re dying.” The weight of that statement has become more to me over the years as I’ve gotten older, watched my children grow from infants to little people–one is even 10 years
Can you believe 2013 is behind us? While it has been a great year for me professionally and personally, I have gone through tremendous growth due to family deaths, relationship challenges, and realizing that there were some people in my life who should not have been. That said, I am truly grateful to see another
About The Book LIFE, is a poetry book of 50 poems about my life’s journey as a Christian woman going through one of the most life changing experiences. I began to write this book while being homeless, living in a shelter, and continuing to go through as a woman of God. My book is about
Kirk Martin of CelebrateCalm.com is offering a Free workshop for parents, teachers, and caregivers. Where Alabama State University Buskey Health Science Bldg (Auditorium) 915 S. Jackson St. Montgomery, AL 36104 When Monday, November 14, 2011 Time 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Details Visit CelebrateCalm.com or click here for the event flyer. Bring friends to these