It’s been a minute. My computer died. I tried to resurrect it. It stayed dead. I purchased a new computer, which I haven’t set up yet. Either way, you will get a blog post from me… Soon.
While I was reviewing my plan for February, I realized that I didn’t share my word of the month. I kind of hinted at February’s word with my blog post about discernment. As I work towards becoming more prudent, I think it is necessary to make better decisions about relationships, especially my relationship with myself….
I wasn’t going to post anything today, but the blogger in me had to write something. When I first started blogging, I used to participate in a blog link-up with the hashtag #wifeywednesday. I’m in the middle of a divorce, and today is Wednesday and my twentieth wedding anniversary.
In the public relations industry, we measure just about everything. It stems from the idea that if you don’t measure, you can’t improve. Let’s say it had been a while since I sat down to dig deep into the results of my actions, motivations, and commitments in my personal life. Self-reflection made me realize that I wasn’t building the life I was purposed to live.
When I typed my editorial calendar ideas for this year, I thought I’d spend copious amounts of time in front of my computer writing thoughtful, inspiring content for you. Now, eight weeks into 2021, I am just posting my third blog of the year. My thoughts about how to approach writing this blog did not…
Today, I celebrated 18 years of marriage. Just in case you didn’t know, marriage is work. Even if you have the best relationship with your spouse, it takes effort to have a fulfilling relationship. Below are a few things I’ve learned. Be yourself. Allow your spouse to be himself. Be open to growth–yours and his….