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FINDING THE PASSION IN US AND OUR KIDS, FOCUSING ON YOU AND NO ONE IS COMING TO SAVE YOU.

Enjoy today’s blog post a repost from 2016.This is my most memorable blog post “Finding the Passion in Us and Our Kids”  my personal pivoting point to start caring for myself, maybe that’s why I want to share it again.I was so angry when I wrote it in August of 2016, I  initially wrote it as newsletter then; It reflects the state I was in when I started blogging; cheated, ugly and overwhelmed and how I felt I had not fulfilled my passion, my purpose, my God-given potential in a balanced way because some areas…

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Why Everyone Should Write

  My thoughts on my writing journey, so far, so good. With no idea were to start like anything in life we do, we Just START. Write from your own context, then fine tune for other issues later. Write when you get the inspiration on whatever you get inspired to write about; someday you will have nothing in the brain to write from – writers block, other days you will flow like a river, don’t take it personally. The more you write, the more you have to write. Prepare to cut loads of contents…

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Writing as A Dyslexic

 For me the best and funny part about “Writing” before I knew I was terrible at grammar was that, by the time I realized I was crappy I was already too far gone to stop.We are in it together, the struggle of a dyslexic is the basic things that you take for granted; left/right, horizontal vertical, rows/columns. I struggle with directional words like; where/were, their/there, its/it’s etc and knowing when to put in commas, hyphens, period, b/d, lower case and uppercase and so many other things that are easy for everybody…

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Why having a job fulfills the most important basic need of dreaming and having a vision.

Having a job means we don’t have to think of the money we need to pay our bills or what to eat or that our car will get repossessed; it takes away stress, anxiety and helps us afford a way to live.Our basic needs; food, healthcare, shelter, transportation, childcare and clothing, is the framework where dreaming again becomes possible.Of these basic needs, there is one that is more important than all the other needs put together, “it’s our job” the work we do, it is vital to our aspiration, and ability to dream and reach for…

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