The Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton Face Off Rubs Viewers The Wrong Way

The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was easily a hit. It was watched by 84 million people, according to Nielsen, making it a new record as the most watched debates in the history of televised presidential debates. However, that doesn’t mean that it was all positive vibes from its audience. In fact, by the second debate ratings went down by 21%. … Continue reading The Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton Face Off Rubs Viewers The Wrong Way

Walking The Thin Line

As a health and wellness and entertainment writer together, covering certain topics can be completely contrasting — health and wellness usually covers spiritual growth while some entertainment stories may not always be conducive for spiritual growth and heath wellness. In the past, I believe with some stories that I covered in entertainment, the Holy Spirit started to convict me. I don’t mean condemn me. There’s a difference. There is … Continue reading Walking The Thin Line

Love Yourself Or Nobody Will

I’m sure you all know where this title came from, “Love yourself or nobody will.” But the underlining message holds true in any situation. Self-love is universal, no matter what religion, race or size. If you’re not happy within, you will need external confirmation with your plans, decisions and etc. Success start with you believing in your own plans. It starts with having your own visions and … Continue reading Love Yourself Or Nobody Will

Standing On His Promises

So many Christians pray, go to church, go through the motions and are still unfulfilled. They feel miserable on the inside and become reclusive. Mostly, because some of them aren’t meditating on the word of God. Trust me, I know first hand how boring reading the Bible can be — every time you attempt to read it, somehow, everything else seems more important. You get sleepy. Your ex calls! … Continue reading Standing On His Promises

Be Brave Be Bold And Shine

They say that writing everyday will improve your writing skills. Correction, writing everyday will fry your brain. The word for it is writer’s block. Supposedly, every writer gets it. It’s when your prose has turned to mush and every sentence that you type looks like you’ve never owned a pen before in your life. That’s how I feel on day five of my 7 day fast. But I want to … Continue reading Be Brave Be Bold And Shine

The Spirit Is Willing, But The Flesh Is Weak

“Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.” Matthew 26:41. I’ve never given this verse any thought until the fourth day of my 7 Day fast, today. I chose this scripture because I’m realizing that the more you’re blessed with — a higher position, a big house and etc. — the more discipline it takes to … Continue reading The Spirit Is Willing, But The Flesh Is Weak

Beauty For Ashes

My son’s first football scrimmage was today. It was his first game on Mighty Mites. To my surprise, they played their little hearts out, winning 2 scrimmages and tying one. Before we stepped foot on the field this morning, we prayed. We prayed for the safety of all the teams, for the children to be peaceful and play to their fullest potential. Oh yeah, we prayed that we’d win! I’m glad that … Continue reading Beauty For Ashes

Emptying Out The Negative

Day two of my 7 day fast to becoming more focused on my goals through prayer has been challenging. Limiting social media is one of my goals. However, living in a time when social media has become a main source of communication, overindulging is tempting — especially when you have things to do. One social media second can easily be one work hour in your mind, and then boom, you’re distracted. But … Continue reading Emptying Out The Negative