I think it is just human nature to want to love and to be loved. I’ve never met anyone that longs to grow old alone. Well, maybe if you are a priest or a nun, but that’s another topic for another time. Read More
My Present conversation with dead weight!
Dear Dead Weight,
Your conversation is boring, my soul, and I feel my life coming to a halt every time you speak to me. The topic of discussion is always about you. “It’s as if stopping and saying how are you doing?” Will bring an end to your total existence. Read More
I’m using this month to get ahead of my game and practice what I preach.
So the other day, my son comes into my room and tells me about a kid on his bus. Apparently, this fella thinks black people are worthless. We need to all go back to where we’re from. But hers’s the zinger his parents, as well as him, are from India.
They moved to the United States about 5 years ago! Read More
I will never forget the day… I was for once minding my own business and walking to my room to get some work done. Then all of a sudden I hear my 10-year-old daughter (9 at the time) yell out;
“Stop wrestling with your blanket like that.”
Something didn’t sit right with me, and I froze for a second, hoping my chihuahua wasn’t doing what I thought he was doing. I slowly walked down the hallway and peeked into the room, and there he was doing what I feared.
Humping his blanket! Read More
The other day I was talking to a good friend of mine, and we were discussing weight!
Yes, the topic that all women groan and complain about. You know we all have that ten pounds that we nag about. How I hate the deadly ten. I have to tell you that I laugh every time I ask a new client how much they want to lose. It never fails I either here 30 pounds or the magic 10.
I feel ya for sure!
Then they say I don’t want to look like I did when I was in my 20’s because I fear I’m too old to pull that look off.
When I hear that I immediately say,
“Ummm, excuse me…. please explain”! Read More
Certain things in life chose us. Yet we are treated by many as if we’re given an option. Constantly being judged and thrown in a box with a freakish label. As if I’m less than because I’m not the same as.
When you walk into a restaurant or your favorite pricey retail store, all eyes or on you. Feeling the glare of wonderment blazing off the back of your neck:
“Can they afford to shop here?” Read More
The best thing that ever happened to me.
I grew up in an area that overlooked black women. I never felt like I was good enough or pretty enough. My hair was different, and the color of my skin stood out like a sore thumb. Read More
Do you feel like you’re fighting to get fit or fighting to stay fit?
If so, you are not alone. Believe it or not, almost 48% of black adults are overweight and battling with there fitness. White adults are closely following at 37% obesity. Hispanics are around 43%, and Asians are trailing at 12% obesity.
When I first started my fitness journey, I wanted to know if I was alone in my walk of obesity. So I searched for answers from my doctor and close friends of mine that are OBGYN’s. They told me that approximately 1 out of 8 women is battling obesity. Read More
It’s hard to be a woman. Many have tried, and many have failed!
If you want to be a woman of substance and strength, then you have to be willing to put yourself out there and fear nothing! When you walk into the room, you have to own it.
Confidence is how you win. Read More
I’ve been on this earth for 43 years. In those 43 years, I have completed elementary school, middle school, high school, military life, college, more college, and raised 3 kids. In that time I’ve come in contact with thousands and thousands of people.
However, in the last 5 years, I’ve come across the worse of, the worse. In my years of personal training, I found myself coaching 5 women that were “close friends” to each other. A 6th was on the way, but I put an end to almost all of the sessions before she had a chance to join my program. Read More