Vday the Single Way

The month of love has arrived! Since it is also my birthday month, I am learning to love on God and myself. Although I would love to be in a healthy...keyword HEALTHY relationship, that's not my reality right now and that's okay. I wanted to revisit a blog I wrote last year for Domestic Queens. … Continue reading Vday the Single Way

2018 goals be like…

Yes. I know that my title is not proper grammar, but I am so excited (nervous, scared and all) about my goals for this year. This year, it's time to remove try from my vocabulary and just do it! As this blog goes into its second year. YAY! I want to be intentional about what … Continue reading 2018 goals be like…

Recovery Tip: Don’t be Tyrese

Let's face it. We all have highs and lows. That's what recovery is about. It's a process. You never know when something will happen in your life, that you will need to recover from. That's why it's so important that when you are up, or on a 'high', that you don't sit on your pedestal and judge others. Tyrese disguised his judgment and criticism of others as advice. My recovery tip for today is, don't be like Tyrese. Here's how to handle your ups and downs without involving social media.

Push it!

I know you guys are forgetting about me as the days go by, but I promise I'm cooking up some amazing things for this blog! I'll be back soon, in the mean time please check out my Domestic Queen column...As Told by Christian.   4th Quarter Push Is it really October already?! Time is moving … Continue reading Push it!

Come Back Kids

Chile, I get exhausted with all these media headlines and stories about former child stars ruining their lives. It seems like fame at a young age has a way of destroying dreams. It amazes me how much society is obsessed with watching people run themselves into the ground. Well, we are all about recovery over … Continue reading Come Back Kids

God was wrong.

Last year, I started working on a nonfiction book about the difference between self-confidence and confidence in God. It was the second time I tried to start a nonfiction piece, and just like it’s predecessor, I stopped. In my feelings about what I was writing and how it directly affected my life, I questioned God. … Continue reading God was wrong.

Single-ish: How to recovery from a situationship.

You’ve been seeing a guy for months, maybe even years. You all aren’t exclusive, but only on paper. You do everything together and it seems like a long term thing, but then it happens: you start arguing, seeing each other less, and eventually you break up. But it's not a break up. You were never in a relationship. Can you still be hurt? Is this still something you need to recover from? Absolutely.