For a split second I was standing outside of my body, looking at the table like how in the world did I get here? Have you ever had one of those moments? Like you’re in a situation so unbelievable that you’re just in awe. Whew chile, this was one of those days. If you’ve been around the blog for a while, you know I work in music. It is my dream. It is my passion. It is very important to me. My boyfriend also works in music and he’s a producer. So let me tell y’all how I ended
It is inherently important that when you are hustling and grinding and chasing your dreams, you keep your eye on the prize and you keep your vision for your life in the forefront. Sometimes we get clouded and we lose sight of our goals. We drown in our sorrows and somehow find ourselves walking down 'whoa is me' lane. As I find my way out of the temporary darkness that my mind sometimes puts me in and find my way into God's marvelous light, I felt urged to create a vision boa
You know, sometimes I just sit and wonder, how in the world did I end up here? I went from rolling out of bed whenever my body felt like it and making my own schedule to waking up at 7am and working literally every single day, Sunday to Sunday. Remember when I said I was applying for jobs? Well guess what? I have 2 part time jobs now. That makes a total of 5 jobs and 3 active streams of income and let me tell you, the transition back has been a little rough. I’m not used to s
Have you ever felt like you don’t deserve to sleep because you didn’t do enough work while you were awake? Have you ever felt like you haven’t been working hard enough so you don’t deserve to get your hair done or nails done? If you haven’t noticed, I’m talking about me. I’ve been working these last few years as an entrepreneur and writer. This entrepreneurial life has NOT consistently put money in my pocket yet.
It had been about a week since we got back from LA. I was so