Two Broken People

To say that life is challenging is an understatement. No one knows what life is going to bring tomorrow or next week or next year for that matter. All we can do is hold on to today and give it all of our energy. Now I have to admit that I didn’t always have this outlook. In my younger years, I couldn’t stand most people, and everything aggravated me. I would lock myself in my room and stay there for the entire day. I’m talking day after day after day. Read More

Baked Chicken Thighs With Late Summer Vegetable Sauce

I think I’m in love! I know I say this all the time, but this time I really mean it. This sauce is delicious and easy to make. You can serve it over an endless amount of options. But today I chose to dip my baked chicken thighs and grilled salmon all in this perfect end of summer sauce. Read More

Speaking Positivity Into The Atmosphere

My life is forever changed. About 6 weeks ago I woke up and said I need a change and I need it now. I thought I could sit back and keep hoping for change and take baby steps towards achieving my goal or I could dive all in. So that day, I wrote out a game plan, detailing everything that I needed to do to make my blog and online training come to life. Read More

​Abs Are Made In The Kitchen

I can not tell you enough how frustrating it is to go to the gym everyday and workout like a machine and then come home day after day and look to see if I have abs yet. I mean come on what does a girl have to do to get a little love in the ab department. Do I Need to draw them in? Seems like the only way I’ll have one. Read More

Peace Out To The Extra Weight

Okay so I have a plan that is sure to work, and I don’t want you to miss out. I want as many women and men as possible to grab my hand and let me help you let go of the extra weight. You will be amazed at what all you can accomplish when you are lighter, healthier, and off all of your medications. Read More

I’m Not A Coward Anymore

I remember before she died, her tone became harsh and other times silent with me. I can’t blame her because, at this point, she knew she was dying. She knew that her body was finally failing her. She battled with diabetes and went through dialysis for over 10 years. She had her leg amputated and learned how to walk again. When life kept throwing rocks at her, she caught them and laid them down softly out of her path. Read More

Little Monsters Turn Into Big Monsters

Throughout our life, we will have to fight against our inner weaknesses. We all have flaws, but very few of us are willing to admit it and get real with ourselves.

I can be opened and honest with you all today and tell you that I am a very closed person. I give you one chance to show me that you are an inconsistent person, and then I cut you off. But it’s like I have a sickness. I not only silence your voice or your existence, but I can pretend that you never existed. Then I move on. Read More

Just A Mom That Got Fat

I was just a mom that got fat — just that simple.

I started putting more attention towards my kids and all of their concerns and put myself on the back burner. The things that I needed and wanted became insignificant and not worth discussing. Over the years, I lost myself and even forgot what use to excite me, other than my family. Read More

My Body Hates Me

Today marks day 11 of my 30 challenge, and my body is feeling it. When I woke up this morning, I tried to lift my head up, and I struggled. So I laid back down and had to reason with God. Asking him to please give the strength to lift my big head off the pillow. Read More

Stuttering And Its Impact On Me

It seems almost odd to call what I have, and will probably continue to have a disability. However, it has brought me extreme anxiety and has had a toll on my confidence in basic speaking and social interaction. In the fall of fourth grade, I randomly contracted a speech impediment. Completely out of the blue, with no warning and no sign. Suddenly I was stuttering like crazy through the most basic of words—“th-th-thank you” and “wh-wh-wh-who said that?”, for reference—and it was mortifying. I was supposed to be the smart kid, and heaven forbid I look like a fool when asking to go to the bathroom. Read More