Time is precious and I am learning to use it wisely. Writing is something I have always done but I also have to write my schedule out for the day, week, etc. I set reminders in my cell phone. I have realized that when I write it down, I am less likely to forget and I accomplish more. It also helps you see where your time is going, and that determines if you need to change your routine. Have you ever gotten so busy and suddenly remembered that you forgot to do something very important? It can easily happen to anyone. I appreciate the time God has allowed me and I try not to take it for granted. Another thing that I have learned is that I have to take time for self care. If I neglect myself, I become drained and would be no good to myself or others. So I encourage you today, cherish the time we are given and make the most of it because once it is gone, we can not get it back. Write down the goals you would like to achieve this year and start the work to make them into a reality. Remember time is a valuable resource and use it wisely. May God continue to bless you all and stay safe.
This is the last day of 2020 and so many things have taken place this year. It started as any other year but March came in and so did the pandemic. One of my children asked me, had I ever saw anything like this in my life? My answer was no. This has been a hard year, but in the midst of everything that has taken place, I know that God is still in control. I know he has a reason and purpose for everything, even though we may not understand. I am hopeful, having faith and believing that a better day is coming. I wanted to take time to wish you a safe, healthy and prosperous New Year in 2021. Let us continue to show love and encourage each other. Blessings to you all!
We are blessed to be celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ! I wanted to take time to wish you all a very Merry Christmas! I thank each of you for your support and I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. I pray for strength, for those who are grieving during this time. Take time to call or text and check on your family and friends. We are unable to gather because of the pandemic but just to know you are thought of, is priceless. And just in case you do not get the gift that you wanted, be thankful that someone thought of you and wanted to bless you. It may have been all that they had to give. Merry Christmas, many blessings to you and your family and stay safe.
Thank you for purchasing a copy of, “Mending a Broken Heart”. I hope you enjoy the story and I appreciate your support.
I just wanted to take a moment again to thank you for supporting me on my author journey. At the beginning, I did not know what the future held, but I trusted God and stepped out on faith and two books later, here I am today. I am thankful for your support and I am asking for your help. Would you take a moment and leave a review for both of my books. For your convenience, I have added the link for each book and you should be able to click the link and leave your review. I look forward to reading each review. Thank you again for your support and may God continue to bless you all.
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As we approach the Thanksgiving season, I am thankful for my family, my friends, my life and all of God’s blessings. 2020 has been a rough year for so many because of the pandemic, loss of loved ones, health challenges and so many things. We must constantly be in prayer for ourselves and others. I just wanted to pause and say how thankful I am for you all supporting me on my author’s journey and may God continue to bless you all. List some things in the comments that you are thankful for in this season.
I hope you enjoy this book just as much as the last one! I appreciate your support!
Thank you for your service!
This is a statement I made during my interview with Rhonda Lawson and Gwen Richardson. I was the type of person that let fear prevent me from living my life to the fullest. Sometimes I may have wanted to start a business, learn a new skill, and I talked myself out of it because of what others may think of my ideas. I was afraid I would fail. This is when I didn’t have the faith to put into action what was in my heart and fear won. I am glad to say that today I am no longer that person. I am loving my life and living outside of my comfort zone and it is awesome! I give thanks to God for allowing me this opportunity. I know that sometimes things may not work out and if they don’t, I just know that it wasn’t meant for me and it wasn’t my season and keep it moving. So I encourage you on today, don’t let fear stop you and remember one of my favorite scriptures, Philippians 4:13. I ask you this one question, how do you know if you will ever succeed, if you never try? Have an awesome day!
Click on the link above to watch my interview with Rhonda Lawson and Gwen Richardson on Black Authors Matter TV. Thank you to all who tuned in, I appreciate your support!