Eating healthy? Exercising daily? Getting a good night’s sleep? And still feeling the same? Music may be the trick! Music has been the one self-care routine that I am able to maintain most effectively. There was a time when I would listen to a particular song every single morning during a very difficult time in […]
What Are Little Girls REALLY Made Of?
Every time I see a little girl, I find myself commenting on their cuteness and sweetness. “Oh, you have a pretty little dress on!”, “You are so cute!” “Look at those shoes!” “Those pigtails are adorable!!” Are these comments only solidifying the image-obsessed world we live in? Do we only notice our little girls for […]
Speak Your Success Into Existence
When I was an undergraduate student at UTSA, I majored in Psychology and minored in Linguistics. Psychology has always been fascinating to me, but Linguistics was a new concept. I love the origins, sounds, and the power that our English language possesses and I wondered quite frequently of where I may use it with my […]
Dreams Left Behind
Part 3 in the series on understanding procrastination. Part of the process of ending procrastination is gaining understanding in the reasons why we put things off. Fear of failure and fear of rejection (closed doors) can be powerful players in the realm of putting things off. Knowing and accepting that failure and imperfection is part of […]
Keeping Your New Year’s Fitness Resolutions
It’s 2015 and we have so many goals and dreams we want to fulfill. One thing people want to change in their lives is their health. It is important to stay healthy, but it is hard to maintain health. Here are three key points that will help you in becoming and staying healthy. 1. Eating […]
We are just a few weeks into the new year and most of us are trying to recover from all of the Christmas spending. I was reading an article in the Washington Post by the columnist and now author of the 21 Day Financial Fast, Michelle Singletary. Ms. Singletary spoke about how people want to lose […]
Who’s Taking Care of You?
Have you ever flown on an airplane? If so, do you remember what the instructions are if there were to be a loss in cabin pressure? Well, I’ve never been a flight attendant (at least yet in this lifetime), but I use the analogy of being on an airplane to describe the importance of taking […]
Is it laziness or procrastination?
Please be patient with me. God isn’t finished with me yet! What is procrastination? How can I change a life long habit of putting important things off? How can I reduce stress in my life by addressing issues such as meeting work deadlines, paying bills on time, and even being properly prepared for the positive aspects […]