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Happiness is Now: Reflections From 2019

I’m not sure what your journey holds, dear reader. I’m not sure if this was a great year, or a bad year, or perhaps a mediocre year. What I know is that in the next one, I wish you only that your dreams come true. That you learn, that you grow, that you become a better human being, and that you find peace within yourself.
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Coping With Fear and Depression as An Entrepreneur

It was a wake-up call when the episode of  the new Amazon Prime series, “Modern Love,” that most resonated with me was “Bipolar Girl.” After reading the section on the New York Times for years and subscribing to the podcast, I had actually never come across it until Anne Hathaway so perfectly depicted what it’s… Read More

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Unapologetically Celebrating Life: Lessons Learned Three Years Post-Stroke

I am thankful every day that this experience did not kill me, that instead, it catapulted me into going after my dreams, my purpose, my aspirations. It was what needed to happen for me to unapologetically take steps in my life to live better and fulfilled. Read More

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On World Stress Awareness Day, Take Time to Relax

Last week I started watching “Modern Love” on Amazon Prime Video and felt more connected to a television series than I have in a very long time (I still love you, Outlander!). Typically, I’m an avid reader of the section on the New York Times, but there was something about seeing these stories come to… Read More

5 Steps to Re-Kindling Your Purpose

In this article, I provide insight into the five key steps that helped me rekindle my purpose and pinpoint my destination. I hope it helps you find a way back to yourself and leads you to where you want to go. Read More

Break-up Culture and 21st Century Relationships

When we meet someone for the first time we are seduced by all the wonderful things this person has to bring on to our lives. We are infatuated and addicted to everything  they have to provide. Soon after though, we start discovering their flaws, we fight, and we find that it’s not all “la vie on rose” like Edith Piaf promised.  Read More