Tag: inspired

5 Big Mistakes I’ve Made As A Solo Entrepreneur

5 Big Mistakes I’ve Made As A Solo Entrepreneur

| August 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

I am still here learning and trying, even after all my failures. I’ve come to realize that one mistake doesn’t have to rule your life and it can’t unless you let it. Maintaining this mentality has helped me learn to keep calm and carry on – as hard as it may be sometimes. My past […]

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Thinking Strategically: 5 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Playing Chess

Thinking Strategically: 5 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Playing Chess

| June 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

I was introduced to chess when I was a kid. I was a member of the chess club at school and although it wasn’t the most popular choice amongst the student body, for me it was super cool. Growing up I found it very hard to comprehend text and often zoned out during the lesson, […]

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Link Love: Russell Wilson Talks Love, Celibacy & Honoring God’s Request

Link Love: Russell Wilson Talks Love, Celibacy & Honoring God’s Request

| January 3, 2016

I could state the obvious but there’s no need. We all know how we feel inside when we take a glance over at Russell Wilson. Tall, athletic and handsome, it’s no secret that this man is not just fine, but dayum fine. But let’s place all external factors aside for just a moment because I […]

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[EVENT ALERT] Dealing with the Unexpected: 7 Strategies to Help Turn Opposition Into Opportunity

[EVENT ALERT] Dealing with the Unexpected: 7 Strategies to Help Turn Opposition Into Opportunity

| May 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

Remember being young, brave and full of dreams? There was no one who could convince you that you weren’t going to be an astronaut, a doctor, a pop star or whatever goals that your mind could imagine. Fast forward some years and doubt, fear and uncertainty crept in. With less confidence in our abilities, a […]

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Before You Send That Text Message To Your Ex, Read This

Before You Send That Text Message To Your Ex, Read This

| May 17, 2015 | 1 Comment

Last Summer I was in a relationship with a great guy. Actually, he was more than great. Super supportive, handsome, intelligent and the bring-home-to-mom type. You might’ve caught a glimpse of us on social media because I was so happy and in love that I wanted to share our magic with the rest of the […]

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I’m Officially A Homeowner: How I Accomplished This Goal Under The Age of 30

I’m Officially A Homeowner: How I Accomplished This Goal Under The Age of 30

| December 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

I’ll never forget the day I checked my account balance and the statement said $2.09. I just wanted to cry because I felt so defeated. I had mountains of bills, creditors constantly calling me and no money to pay them. During my early twenties, my finances were such a mess and it was my best-kept […]

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Stepping Out In Style

Stepping Out In Style

| November 24, 2014 | 1 Comment

Smooth, savvy and successful – Meet the New Girl On The Block I recently had the opportunity to shoot with one of my favorite photographers, Samantha Clarke. Sam, alongside my crew, really went out of their way to make my day special. Makeba Lindsay is my go-to-girl for hair, Samora Smallwood is my go-to-girl for […]

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A Road Map To Creativity: My Step-by-Step Process To Reigniting My Mojo

A Road Map To Creativity: My Step-by-Step Process To Reigniting My Mojo

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Earlier today I gave a Keynote speech to Ursula Franklin Academy at their annual Mental Health Conference and I had an amazing time sharing my journey and personally connecting with a student body of over 500 young adults. Many people have told me that I make public speaking look so damn easy, but little do […]

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Dear Diary, Entry #1: Against The Odds

Dear Diary, Entry #1: Against The Odds

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

You think you know, but you have no idea. This is a passage from my online diary. Always keepin’ it real.

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There’s Nothing Like A Good Documentary

There’s Nothing Like A Good Documentary

| November 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

My teacher, Ms. Hollingsworth, introduced me to my first documentary in grade ten. As part of an assignment, she had the class watch Bowling for Columbine which is a film produced and created by by Michael Moore. My teacher was awesome. She used visuals, humor and always led a great discussion each class. Who knew […]

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