1. Purchasing The Right Life Coaching Book: 5 Books That Will Change Your Life

    Books are so crucial to our growth as humans. Reading books allows us to gain knowledge and information from outside perspectives that’s hard to get in other places. Also, if the books we are reading contain stories, it allows us to gain empathy. We can put ourselves in a character shoes and start to see what it’s like to be them. If it’s well-written, we can experience life experiences that…Read More

  2. Cure for Cystic Fibrosis

    Cystic fibrosis used to be and still is to a degree a fatal disorder. It used to kill people while they were infants, now because of modern medicine the average life expectancy is in the late thirties. It affects the respiratory system and the digestive system. The main complication that people face is difficulty in breathing. In my own life experience, I have been blessed to have excellent health…Read More

  3. Perserverence When You Want To Give Up

    I know a lot about perseverance. Living with cystic fibrosis where every day seems like a struggle to get through because of my health, to grieving my father’s death when I was just 20 years old, I know a thing or 2 about struggle. So, my number one tip on how to persevere when you want to give up? Give up. That’s right. Give up. Surrender.  The reason why we fight and feel as if we need to p…Read More

  4. Stand Together or Die Together

    Love is the only answer. When I wrote this poem over a year ago, I was in a place of a lot of anger and frustration. It was during the 2016 Presidential Election when I began to write this piece. I vented all my frustrations about what was going on and everything I was seeing. All of the division, all of the hate, all of the worry, all of the racism, the fear-mongering, the disrespect, and I had t…Read More

  5. Taking Time to Relax

    Going into 2018, we all need to remember to relax. It’s in a state of rest that everything in our lives begins to manifest. When we’re overwhelmed, the Universe is sending us creativity, but we don't embrace it all.  The overwhelming feeling we feel when it seems like we have so much on our plate comes from expectations and restrictions we put on ourselves. True living and creation is free-f…Read More

  6. Learning to Love from a Distance

    Learning how to love from a distance. It’s hard. When I decided to focus on myself because the pain was too immense when I was around Z, I didn’t know if I was making the biggest mistake of my life. I felt like I was abandoning him. I felt like I was ruining something special, but something was calling me to leave. Maybe it was the pain; maybe it was something else, I just knew that I couldn…Read More

  7. Overcoming Challenges

    Overcoming is something that I have had to do my whole life. When you’re born with a chronic illness, it seems that fighting it is in your DNA. When a diagnosis is in your life, there’s always this lingering feeling that you need to beat it and become better. Since that was drill into my head since I was a child, I’ve come to look at everything as an obstacle. It’s how I get my motivation.…Read More

  8. Where To Find Happiness

    There are a lot of blogs, books, articles, and conversations out there that talk about where to find happiness. There a few things that have become a cliche, like you can't find happiness outside yourself like you need to turn inside to find true happiness, but I believe what they mean has become skewed. When I first started my spiritual journey, I found many books that talked about these two diff…Read More

  9. Re-Learning How to be Happy

    Depression isn’t easy. Neither is being happy. Depression was one of the hardest things I had to go through. Not feeling motivated to do anything was terrible. What was even worse was all of the guilt, shame, and judgment that came with it. My depression made me miss crucial meetings; it made me slack off when I should’ve been trying harder, overall it just made me not want to go about my day …Read More

  10. What You Will Learn from a Life Coach Dec 15, 2017

    Life coaching has changed my life; now I’m hoping it can change yours. Let’s take a trip, back in time. The summer of 2016. I was depressed, and I felt like life had no meaning. I had what I’ve started to call, post-graduation depression. I’ve seen it many times now. When people graduate from college, depression can set in. Not knowing what to do in life, realizing that you have a responsi…Read More