Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know each of these pieces represents something…
Posted in Moment of Truth...
Tagged creativity, descriptive writing, discovery, How did you get here, intrest, journaling, journey, legacy, mindfulness, purpose, self discovery, strength, talents, values
Figure out why it’s important to you. Use your values to guide your habit. Losing weight, for example is not a value, it’s an outcome. If you want to exercise more, what are our reflecting? Maybe “caring” is key and … Continue reading
Posted in Reflections
Tagged cardio, determination, Diet, excerise, goals, gym, health, health and wellness, inspiration, life style, Obesity, perseverance, Petite, plus size, self-esteem, self-image, strength, values
Safe workplace culture. Unfortunately, wanting to speak up when a verbal assault bomb is dropped doesn’t mean you know how to speak up, or even what to say so here are a few communication strategies you can implement. Instead of … Continue reading
Posted in Career Journal
Tagged acknowledgment, clarification, communication, conflict resolution, employment, harassment, harsh words, opportunity, oppression, optimism, problem solving, rejection, second chances, self-awareness, sterotypes, strategies, success, values, verbal abuse, What would you do ?
How someone treats you when you’re in need — whether dealing with death, loss of a job, after running a marathon, or if you’re just hangry — can say a lot about a person and how they will treat you … Continue reading
Posted in Reflections
Tagged advice, boundaries, communication, conversation, dating, employment, Green flags, live together, married, moeny, money, perspectives, random stuff, realationship, realationships, red flags, relationships, respect, sexual partners, treatmeant, values
“How many sexual partners I’ve had, it’s honestly no one’s business. Knowing that information does nothing for either person and usually just ends in judgment and jealousy. However, it does help me notice the red flags of someone who is … Continue reading
Posted in Reading
Tagged awkward, communication, conversation, credit score, dating, employment, moeny, money, off-topic, perspectives, random stuff, realationships, red flags, relationships, respect, sex, sexual partners, values, work