Exclusive Content:

Pain into Purpose: Stephanie C. White Built a Brand from the Ground Up

The Author, the Speaker, The Blogger & Event Planner...

15 Ways to Practice Self-Care Today

This month at The I'm Loving Me Project, we're...

Improving Intimacy in Your Relationship

In our modern world, we tend to fill our calendars and stay so busy that we have little time for anything else.

Little Reminders to Reflect Back With Gratitude

“In order to love who you are, you cannot hate the experiences that shaped you.” -Andrea Dyksta

It’s that time of the year, where the hustle and bustle starts because holidays are here. This is time some individuals go through a depression from winter blues, a loved one is not here to celebrate the season and tough times are still in existence. This is definitely something we deal with daily throughout the year but for some reason during holidays it goes up 100% more. 

Experiences from all walks of life hits everyone; it doesn’t discriminate at all. Lemons have become a metaphor we use when life is tough but I want to encourage you in this moment and move forward, “See your cup more full than empty.” How? Everything you have been through is part of your journey and nothing has stopped you thus far. You are still here. You still have purpose. You are loved, needed and respected. You have more for you than against you. You are making it happen!

Life is what you make of it. The sun will rise, the moon will go down and they say the world turns so why not make your life smell like roses, with a box of your favorite chocolate and a little bit of good red wine to top it off.  Well, let’s say your favorite things!  In reality, we can’t turn back the hands of time to stop what was already part of your purpose with the roads already paved for you to tread on. We can make the most of it all by being grateful. 

Don’t get me wrong, I have been through many of life’s roller coaster rides but I want my life to be filled with life, love and laughter. We can still work on us growing greater, investing in self love, healing from broken places and living boldly in the presence. In the midst of all that, never forget to be grateful for every road you have traveled. You have the best stories to tell through the experiences you have encountered. Let your story be told in the words of victory instead of the woe it’s me. 

Latest

Pain into Purpose: Stephanie C. White Built a Brand from the Ground Up

The Author, the Speaker, The Blogger & Event Planner...

15 Ways to Practice Self-Care Today

This month at The I'm Loving Me Project, we're...

Improving Intimacy in Your Relationship

In our modern world, we tend to fill our calendars and stay so busy that we have little time for anything else.

What Is the Impact of Divorce on Family Relationships?

Divorce is an incredibly stressful time for a family, and it typically has an intense impact not just on the couple who decided to part ways but also on the immediate and extended family.

Newsletter

spot_img

Don't miss

Pain into Purpose: Stephanie C. White Built a Brand from the Ground Up

The Author, the Speaker, The Blogger & Event Planner...

15 Ways to Practice Self-Care Today

This month at The I'm Loving Me Project, we're...

Improving Intimacy in Your Relationship

In our modern world, we tend to fill our calendars and stay so busy that we have little time for anything else.

What Is the Impact of Divorce on Family Relationships?

Divorce is an incredibly stressful time for a family, and it typically has an intense impact not just on the couple who decided to part ways but also on the immediate and extended family.

Forgiving what you can’t forget

How to forgive and make peace with painful memories in your marriage.
spot_imgspot_img

Pain into Purpose: Stephanie C. White Built a Brand from the Ground Up

The Author, the Speaker, The Blogger & Event Planner Extraordinaire Stephanie C. White is a Motivational Speaker, the Author of “A Thousand Miles in My Shoes”, a...

15 Ways to Practice Self-Care Today

This month at The I'm Loving Me Project, we're all about Self-Care and Wellness. What's not to love about giving yourself a little love?...

What is Self-Worth and How to Recognize it

Do you know your self-worth? If not, it's time to figure it out. Your self-worth is one of the most important things you can know about yourself as a woman because it dictates how you treat yourself and how you allow others to treat you.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here