Month: November 2018

6 Songs For The Culture by G.I. Magus

There is currently MUCH going on in my city. Following the shooting of an innocent man in Hoover, AL, many are hurt, confused, and could use some encouragement. My husband, G.I. Magus is a hip-hop artist based in Birmingham who, for years, has been writing songs that encourage and motivate the community. Because he doesn’t curse […] Read more…

Keep Your Eyes on Your Own Paper

By “paper”, I mean money. When you’re working daily to make your dreams a reality, it can be easy to look around and feel as though some people have more than you. It, often, looks as though you’re just further behind. One of the biggest things I speak about when discussing the mindset of entrepreneurship […] Read more…

What It Costs to Pay Attention

Due to some recent circumstances, I’ve become more aware than ever of how I spend my time. I’ll just say this upfront.  Technology has made time one of the cheapest things in life. As a matter of fact, many give their time for free.  Not to volunteer or to be of service, but many give […] Read more…

The Blog That Almost Didn’t Make It

Listen.  It’s in the 23rd hour of the day and I am writing this post. I wrote just a few posts ago about why I can’t quit #BlogLIkeCrazy.  Trust me, I almost didn’t post this. But, I am truly convinced that practicing discipline in small spaces will help me have a better discipline life overall. Weight […] Read more…

My Obligatory List of Thankfulness

I’m just going to get my list of things I’m thankful for out of the way. I think I’ll officially call mine “18 Things I’m Thankful for in 2018.” Here goes… God’s grace. Me. The people and pets who live in my house. The people who live in other houses but help make sure I’m […] Read more…

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