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Learning to love YOUR story

Do you ever feel left behind in life? Like you’re in a race and everyone’s moving forward but you? And because you’re busy watching everyone else’s race, you become disillusioned about your own. If that’s you, I understand. In fact, I’ve been there. So many of us have been conditioned to believe that life is a race. And while we may not admit it, if it feels like someone else is “winning,” we can start to lose sight of all that is good in our lives.

Allow me to lift that burden off of you. You are not in a race!

Your life, whatever it looks like in this moment, is yours to live and to love. It may not be what you desire right now but as long as you are living and breathing, YOU have the power to make a change. Only you can change the way you show up in this world – either as a victor, or a victim.

You are no less valuable because of where you are and what you have (or don’t have). Your worth isn’t up for debate because it does not depend on what anyone else thinks about you. So if you feel like you’re being held back by impossible standards, or labels that you’ve been ascribed (or have given to yourself – can I get a witness?!) – think again!

You were created on purpose and for a purpose. You can become all that you’ve been created to be – that choice is within your control. And in case you’ve been doubting your capability, this is your sign!

I hope you will choose to love YOUR story.

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A Few Things The Coronavirus Has Taught Me

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A few weeks ago, the coronavirus seemed like someone else’s problem. When the news first broke, I’ll be honest and say I dismissed it because it wasn’t something that directly affected me. It was a problem in far-away China so I didn’t lose sleep over it. Continue reading

Three Ways To Avoid Being Paralyzed By Shame

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Shame.

It’s everywhere you look.

You’re either too fat or too thin, too dark, not dark enough, too tall, too short, too loud.. the list is endless. Many of us feel like we’re failing in some area of our lives because we’ve been shamed into believing we’re just not good enough. Continue reading

The Power Is In Your Mind… #Perspective

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Are you single? Think God has forgotten about you? Stuck in a job you hate and can’t see a way out? Have you failed at something recently? Do you think to yourself: “Once a failure, always a failure?”

Today we’re coming against wrong perspectives. Continue reading