Once ego checks itself things become much easier: this is self reflection. I was able to see for the first time. Feel and connect in ways that are unexplainable to the human languages. Everything that I’ve ever known has been disintegrated into tiny pieces. Dust now and everything that l have ever wanted l am … More This Is Self Reflection
It was January 27th. This was the official day I was supposed to move out of California. I was so sad that my trip had to be pushed back a week, because I was ready to start my new life. I fought the urge to see it as a sign, because I was attempting to … More I’m Not Bitter, I’m Mad As Hell
It’s a crazy, surreal, indescribable feeling when you realize that life is not random — that it has purpose. When you realize that there are signs everywhere of choices you should make, directions to take, validations of your gut instincts, it can feel overwhelming. It can be confusing, but I’ve found that the more you … More Following Divine Signs
Recently I let my son go stay with his dad for a night; a well deserved break from all the homeschooling and yelling I’ve been doing. I picked him back up the next day and everything was all good. My son was acting like this perfect little angel, in the car that is. We had … More Why Are Children More Behaved With Dad?
For the past two years I have been writing books, started two brands and also launched a publishing company. I have allowed myself to be vulnerable in the world and to put my best foot forward as much as I can when it comes to my business. I have gotten so much positive feedback and … More Who can you trust? The struggle of Female Entrepreneurship
LISTEN! Why did my uncle post a video of me from 2005 when I was ten years old and I am legitimately preaching? I’m telling grown adults that the devil is bewitching them because they watch shows and movies with witchcraft, listen to rap and R&B, play violent video games, and watch sexual images on … More Business for Christians: Can I Be Rich and Love Jesus?
For Those Seeking, Transitioning, or in Full-Blown Entrepreneurship Step 2: Transitioning From Lacey: I read this, and like I said I would when I introduced myself to y’all, I went all over the place. And like a 40-inch weave, sis is long! But, to give this post some context. Have a transition plan Save … More Transitioning: The Mind of a Wantrepreneur (Part 2)
The whole time I was in Mississippi, Patrick and I were arguing. It would escalate so much that he’d go in the other room and give me the silent treatment for the rest of the night. The arguments weren’t even that serious, but Patrick just couldn’t let shit go. The breaking point was the night … More The Long Distance One (PART 2)
At a very young age my dad tried to teach me about trust. My father would say “Micky, trust no one.” He went on to ask me “Do you trust me?” I’d say, “Yes your my dad!” He’d look at me dead in my eyes and say “I just told you not to trust anyone.” Years … More Do You Trust Me?