Put Some Respeck On It

Lately, Facebook has been tricking me into “liking” people. I don’t know how, but I’ve been getting random notifications that “unknown person has accepted your friend request”. The random person always turns out to be a friend of a friend leading a pretty interesting life, so I decide to stick around and learn a different… Continue reading

10 Things You May Not Know About Me

Following along with a writing prompt and thought this would be a fun one! Here goes… 1.I wanted to be a travel agent when I was younger. When my mother asked me what I loved and what I wanted to do my senior year of high school all I could think was “I love to… Continue reading

March and April 2016 Reading List

I didn’t finish reading many books in March. Not that I wasn’t reading, just that I couldn’t seem to finish any particular book. I read an interview where some popular CEO said that he reads up to 20 books at a time, starting wherever in the book and stopping whenever he got bored. I decided… Continue reading

The Devil Can’t Dance…Cause He Has No Rhythm

I experienced a beautiful sermon at church today. I have to say experienced, rather than heard because it was so much more than hearing–I felt it. It was if the message were speaking directly to my life. I’ll try to recall the teachings below to commit them to memory… perhaps they may touch you as… Continue reading

February 2016 Reading List

Attached by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller This book pissed me off for a week straight, no kidding. I suppose that means like Radical Honesty, I may also need to spend more time with this topic. The book is based on attachment theory, derived from observing how toddlers responded to their mother leaving them in… Continue reading

The Cycle of Addiction

Realizing that addiction is not limited to alcoholism or drug use, but can be anything used to excess and causing harm…   Round and round and round and round I go Every day, every week, every month, every year I say I will do better, and I mean it I will do this and not… Continue reading