Improve your life in 5 easy ways!

Not everyone is *~LiViNg tHeiR bEsT LiFe~* all the time, my friends. Instead, we can take small steps to improve our lives and become a better version of ourselves.

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“whelmed” • admitting weakness and submitting control

The other day I said to my coworker something I’ve said a thousand times… “I’m whelmed.” He looked at me quizzically. I continued, “Not overwhelmed or underwhelmed, but definitely moderately whelmed.” He laughed and said he’d never heard the phrase before. I say this often…but this particular time, it hit me a little bit differently.…

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the breakfast club: dance 231

Our Breakfast Club: 9 college students of different ages, backgrounds, and dance experience who came together for a 2-credit dance technique class…. a class that I’m sure none of us will ever forget. 

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“fix me,” a note to my educators

As someone who is praying a lot about becoming an educator, I find myself thinking back on the great teachers of my life….

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a beautiful morning

“Let me start by saying — nothing extraordinary happened today. “

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+Encouragement, -Toxicity

“I made a conscious decision to be a better person. Well, scratch that. Perhaps, I acted with intent to strip away the years of negative self-talk, gossip, failed friendships, daggers in the back, and held-in bitterness that harbored so much hatred and hurt in my heart to reveal the person I have always been and have always wanted to be.”

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fit, well, and good

The other day, I said I was heading to work out and someone I recently met commented, “that’s probably how you look so fit.” I was honestly shocked. Regardless of the sweet compliment, I felt more excited about those few words than any other “you’re beautiful” or “you’re so pretty” I’ve heard in a long time. 

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I’m proud of me.

I haven’t written a blog in over a year. I kept thinking to myself, ” I don’t have anything worth saying.” 

Now, I think I do. Maybe it won’t be worth it for you to read (sorry, folks) but it’s worth it for me to say. 

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