The Maya Mindset: Embracing Your Individuality

Visionary legend Maya Angelou, known for her 1969 debut novel, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, among many other award-winning compositions, exemplifies the unshakable fearlessness and grace cultivated among someone who embraces their individuality. Angelou was the first black woman in the 20th-century to release an autobiography that reached such a large, comprehensive audience. Documenting…

Adjusting to Uncertainty

Our entire life consists of some level of uncertainty. Events occur that are inevitably out of our control. Change is difficult and frightening at times. But with change, beautiful parts of ourselves are revealed that we never even knew existed. Surrendering ourselves to uncertainty allows us to be vulnerable and leads us down a road…

How to Get Started with Juicing

Juicing has become incredibly popular over the years. More people are becoming aware of the fantastic health benefits of juicing. Health experts say juicing can reduce your risk of cancer, boost your immune system, remove toxins from your body, aid in digestion, and help you lose weight. Contrary to this, many still believe eating fruits…

Inspiring Podcasts for Professional & Personal Development

Today, let’s talk about podcasts. Never in a million years would I have thought I’de create such a liking for podcasts. Being completely honest, I never fully understood them. What was the point? Are you telling me I have to listen to an hour-long episode of people talking? My head is already overwhelmed with the…

Questions to Ask Yourself Before Making a Big Decision

Consider for a second how many decisions we make each day. What time will we wake up, what will eat for breakfast? Will we take the freeway to work or side streets. Our present life is a result of our past decisions. Our current choices determine our future. Some options you make are minor and…

Healthy Life, Healthy Mind

I don’t know about you, but being quarantined at home has had a significant impact on my eating habits. Normally, I would eat breakfast around 7am before leaving to work. Now, I find myself eating breakfast more around 11am/12pm or skipping it altogether. This shift has caused me to eat later and later in the…

Give Your Resume a Makeover

So its that time again. You’re in desperate need of a new beginning, and you decide its time to start looking for a new job. First, you start doing some networking and or maybe take some time scrolling through some popular employment search engines for job listings. You’ve narrowed down a list of potential jobs,…

The Healing Power of Music

Everyone listens to music. In a way, this has shaped who were are individually. What our interests are, what clothes we wear and the development of your vocabulary. Music encompasses many aspects of our life. As infants, in an attempt to form words, we babbled, mimicking the sounds of spoken word around us. Music takes…

How Exercise Can Improve Your Mental Health

Many benefits of working out regularly go beyond improving your physical composition. Physical exercise can improve numerous aspects of your mental health. Exercising just 30 minutes a day is all you need. Do you have trouble getting motivated? Continue reading to learn more about you can integrate physical exercise into your daily routine.  Reduced Stress…

Self-Care When Your Motivation is Depleted

Do you ever feel like no matter what you do, you can’t seem to get yourself motivated? In light of the recent global pandemic, I can attest that it’s been incredibly hard for me to switch into work/school mode when I am only steps away from my comfy bed. Usually, when I am feeling unmotivated,…