“I can do hard things. Doing hard things has intrinsic value, and they will make me a better person, even if I end up failing.” Me
“What’s the most important thing to you that you accomplished in February? I made a “Day in the History of Racial Injustice” post every day. I completed every assignment for my civil rights class. I took black and white photos and made contact sheets! I have deep root cleaning done on my teeth. What doContinue reading “Reflecting on February”
Sometimes I can work smart. Sometimes I work hard without being smart about the project. Sometimes I fail for lack of working hard and smart at the same time. I dubbed 2022 the year of “Easier, not harder.” That will be my only litmus test. Is this easier or harder? My current project failure isContinue reading “My Monday Mindset”
“What’s the most important thing to you that you accomplished in January? In January, I managed to post a racial injustice post for and on each day. February is the shortest month – what do I plan to get done by the end of the month that will help me on my journey?” My goalContinue reading “Reflecting on January”
I am better and better everyday. I am grateful for the body I live in. My body is healthier every day. My health is always worth the sacrifice. My body is healing right now. I am enough.
So that I could start the new year off fresh, I am being intentional about ending 2021 with reflections. Tayja’s high school graduation and start of college, my taking a digital storytelling class, my committing to regular blogging and my hard earned improved health are my highlights of 2021. The loss of family members toContinue reading “Ending 2021 Intentionally”