As I get older, I find the expression "Quality over Quantity" is really more of a mantra than a cliché. Friendships, and all relationships really, for me have followed a similar curve. Today, I'd much rather have fewer well-cultivated relationships than several seemingly surface ones. Quality wins out.
When I was in kindergarten, I asked my parents for someone for me to play with. I'm sure this is a typical request for those of us who are born as the first children in our family. My younger sister Christian was born a year later, and five-year-old me thought this was a sharp contrast to the pal I'd requested. For a long time my little sister was just a kid who copied me, required me to take chaperone her to the bathroom per our mother's request, and embarrassed me more than any one in the world (save for maybe our younger brother). Somewhere around the time I was in high school, I realized my little sister might be actually kinda cool. ⬆️CLICK PIC TO READ MORE⬆️
In my previous post - "Hello, Love" - I shared some tips on how to love yourself better, whether you're single or spoken for. This is something I cannot stress enough, especially when messages of hate seem so recently commonplace. I wanted to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day, and encourage you not to shrug [...]
Yep, It's February. Apart from being Black History Month, this month is most recognized for being the month of love. Valentine's Day right smack in the middle of the month seems to take over the whole 28 days. Those of us who are currently in love with someone who reciprocates, share dinner plans and prepare [...]
Today is my 30th birthday. Man, that sounds funny. As a 30 year old, happily married mother of two who works very hard for herself and her clients - I think I deserve at least one blog post to celebrate me. So here it goes (not in any particular order): My sense of humor My [...]
Once we got to the restaurant, the ambiance and delicious food helped me forget about my phone. I was enjoying my love's company and started to feel a litte silly for being so concerned about my phone earlier. It is actually possible to be content for a few hours without Siri.