POOR CHOICES & BAD DECISIONS

Source: Tenor Decision: the act of or need for making up one’s mind. Choice: the right, power, or opportunity to choose.Just for reference Holding myself accountable has been one of my personal growth goals for 2020, so far so good because I know when I'm about to make a bad decision or a poor choice.... Continue Reading →

NICE GIRLS FINISH LAST

Source: GIPHY When I was little I knew my biggest weakness would be my heart. I was always too soft and compassionate but I couldn't stop even if I tried and let me tell you I HAVE REALLY TRIED. Some people realize this weakness in me early on and took full advantage of it! Of... Continue Reading →

Finally Growing Up

Source: UNKNOWN The only constant in life is change but somehow I still try to be impenetrable whenever it knocks at my doorstep and demand I open the door. My reluctance stems from my inability to decipher if the change is going to be good or bad. This year has been filled with changes and... Continue Reading →

The UNCOMFORTABLE Truth About Sex

Source: Today's Parent Okay so maybe the uncomfortable truth is just for me, SEX IS A PLEASURABLE BUT OUTLANDISH MAZE I’M STILL TRYING TO FIGURE OUT. This conclusion might stem from the fact that sex wasn’t a regular topic of discussion growing up and most of what I knew wasn’t enough to be considered knowledgeable.... Continue Reading →

Marriage & Kids Are OVERRATED!

My family is convinced by my mid-thirties I’ll be the cat lady who admires her wall of degrees and numerous accomplishments with no husband or children in sight. They aren’t wrong, within their exaggerated ‘prediction’ partial truths exist, I do envision myself staring at a wall filled with my achievements but I’m not a cat... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk About MENTAL HEALTH🧠

Photo source: NAMI Today is World Mental Health Day and the theme for this year is “Mental Health for All: Greater Investment – Greater Access”. Mental Health and illnesses should be top tier on every country's list! Photo source: Pinterest Here in the Caribbean, the older generations see mental illnesses specifically depression, anxiety, body dysmorphia,... Continue Reading →

MONEY TALK: Confessions of a RECOVERING Spendthrift

Source: OurStart.com A spendthrift is a person who spends money in an extravagant, irresponsible way.Definition from Oxford Languages It’s the weekend😊, I hope everyone is doing and feeling good! Despite the brevity of weekends, I genuinely love and savour every moment until Monday morning rolls around and everything starts all over again. Anyways, this week... Continue Reading →

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