As I had mentioned in a previous post, I’m half Puerto Rican and half Korean. Growing up in America as a biracial American was difficult. I struggled to know where I “fit in.” I didn’t look Hispanic, and I didn’t look Korean. I looked more Hawaiian or Filipino, but I wasn’t either . I could … More Diversity: Kindness, Love, and Respect
We are back with another blog collaboration. The inspirational blogger, Jothish, came up with this theme. There are so many professions (especially my own- nursing!) I wanted to highlight, but I chose Police Officers because of my son with a big heart, Jy, had a project at school where he had to thank a police … More Thank you, Police Officers
Sasha @thestylishdreamer created The Dreamer Award to celebrate other bloggers. She is super sweet and talented. I just wanted to take this opportunity to tell my blogging family how much I appreciate them. I’ve been working hard this year chasing my dreams. It’s been a rollercoaster of ups and downs. We all have big dreams … More Thank you, Fellow Bloggers!
Our worst enemy is our thoughts. Our thoughts can hold us back from achieving greatness or push us forward toward limitless. Everyone wants to strive for limitless. One key factor to achieving this feeling is to feed our brains with positive thoughts. It’s difficult to have positive thoughts if you don’t feel good about your … More Collaboration with a Purpose: Self-Love and Acceptance
The writer’s life is full of rejections. Whenever I receive an email from a literary agent that says, “Thank you,” I brace myself because there is usually a “but….” following. But blah, blah, blah. The rest of the email is full of “nice” rejection words. I know they can’t take on every client, so I … More Exciting News! I Got into Pitch Wars! (What’s that? Let me tell you!)
Hey, want to hear a story? It’s a really good one. So, I’ll tell it anyway. Come along. Helping Hands It was a dark and stormy night… nah – too cliché. Let me try again. Phillip wasn’t always this way. If anyone had suggested that he’d ever find himself in such a compromising situation, he … More Guest Post by Jane Love: “Do You Not Know that You Shouldn’t Help ‘Such People’?”
The first time a baby cries sounds sweeter than any other cry because that means he is alive. When someone says “I love you” for the first time, your life stops just for a moment as you savor those words. Movements become slow the moment you walk across a stage because you graduated as thoughts … More Embrace Life’s Little Moments