Okay I’ll spare you the autobiography paragraphs and instead give you a quick rundown list of all things me!
Education: B.A in Psychology, B.P.S Human Services, M.P.S Training and Development
Favorite Color: Green
Favorite Music Artists: Amel Larrieux, Corinne Bailey Rae, The Foreign Exchange, A Tribe Called Quest
Dogs or Cats: Dogs (I have one named Cookie! She’s a Beagle.)
Favorite Food: Salmon and my Taco Lasagna
Favorite Quote: Success is liking yourself, liking what you do and liking how you do it. -Maya Angelou
Favorite Indoor Activity: Reading and blogging
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Taking a walk around my favorite park that has a lake to clear my mind and feed the ducks!
Most hated chore: Mopping floors, cleaning bathrooms, and taking out the trash
Movies that you can quote the most: Stepbrothers, Brown Sugar, Coming to America
Favorite shows as a child: Rugrats, Doug, Hey Arnold, All That (Original Cast), Keenan and Kel, Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Pet Peeves: Arrogance and traffic
What do you want people to know about this blog: I don’t believe in settling. I think so many times we, especially women, tend to settle for things with the mindset that we can’t do any better than what we have . That kind of mentality must end…quick. No matter where you are in your life’s journey, you deserve much better than the minimum in what life has to offer. Whether it’s with your spiritual life in your walk as a Christian, whether it’s with your career goals and dream, whether it’s your fitness, health and self-image goals, whether it’s the state of your finances, whether it’s the with the relationships and friendships of the people in your circle, or whether it’s with your role within your community…you should aim for more. Don’t settle for the minimum, aim for more out of life. Learn more. Grow more. Experience more. Do more. With this blog, I want to share how I am aiming for more and hopefully you’ll take on the challenge as well. Because settling should never be an option.
So what do you think? Leave a comment and let’s chat!