The version of God that got shoved down my throat

There was a version of god that got shoved down my throat. He was a he. A very big he. Strong, muscular, like one of those super heroes that can wreak havoc with one gust of his breath. He carried those pitch-fork like three-pronged spears on the end of a long stick. He could pointContinue reading “The version of God that got shoved down my throat”

One way to tell if your ‘No’ is your fear or your Truth

I am feeling deeply for all those who are saying, “I can’t.” I can’t tolerate this relationship anymore, I can’t fix this, I can’t accept the way things are being done, I can’t. I can’t is your ‘No’. Finding the courage to hear your own boundary is a huge win. It’s a place that soContinue reading “One way to tell if your ‘No’ is your fear or your Truth”

What it takes to let your money start working for you

  I started reading a book over the weekend that is just slightly blowing my mind. It’s a money book, which to be honest I’m surprised I’m that jazzed about. I eat up any book that tells a good story about emotional or spiritual growth, and although I’ve read a few money related books thatContinue reading “What it takes to let your money start working for you”

For when you think you screwed it up; How you can’t do it wrong

It’s funny how your shit follows you. Today I found myself reliving a scenario from 8 years ago when I got slammed for what I thought was doing the right thing, and I was told it wasn’t good enough. I had overheard at a dinner party that there was a misprint of some PR merchandise thatContinue reading “For when you think you screwed it up; How you can’t do it wrong”

Cutting myself some slack

I’m tired of wearing hats that aren’t mine to wear. Like accountant, immigration lawyer, marketing guru, social media genius, SEO pro, management consultant. They are sexy, intriguing titles, but they aren’t me. In my 20’s my job required me to have a certain level of expertise when it came to taxes and immigration for USContinue reading “Cutting myself some slack”

Birth

It’s October 28th, 2019. Thirty-nine years ago I was excavated from my mother’s womb, after 24 hours of her pushing and breathing and squeezing. I would not slide out of her body naturally. I was too big. I was 11lb something ounces and no matter how hard my mom tried, her body could not expandContinue reading “Birth”