Category Archives: self-inquiry

#MotivationalMonday: Move Out of Your Own Shadow

I know what my life used to be and what I used to look like. I’ve fit in a size 4.  I’ve fit in a size 24. I’ve seen marriage. Divorce. Life. Death. Grief. Success. Failure. Popularity. Isolation. I’ve been … Continue reading

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#TransformationTuesday: Dear Caterpillar

Dear Tasha, age 17: You were so beautiful. You just didn’t know it. You had spent your entire life believing the lies you had been fed since early childhood. When family and friends made fun of your skin color, your … Continue reading

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Your Wellness Is Not Optional

I just don’t have time. Taking those vitamins uses up about two seconds of my day that I may desperately need for something else.  If I go to the gym and sweat my hair out, my car selfies won’t be … Continue reading

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Finding Balance by Christy Scott

I’ve known Christy for what seems like a long time. We seem like an unlikely pair; she’s the runner and I’m the “do anything as long as it’s not running type.” 🙂 Over the years, we’ve found a way to … Continue reading

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Make Space by Laura Cisneros

  I met Laura Cisneros in Atlanta at a SCW Mania in 2011. I was pretty much walking by minding my business and she said something to me that not only startled me but made me laugh my head off. … Continue reading

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