Don't Lose Custody of Your Vision

Your ability to create can serve as a double edged sword because it is what draws others to you. Some of the people who are attracted to you will step forward to serve the vision, while others will step forward under the facade that they are serving the vision, when in reality they are sheep in wolves clothing.

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Go Back to the Source: Walking in Your Purpose

When you are not connected to a source it is impossible to walk in your purpose. You become money driven, follower driven, like driven, network driven and you fail to love the actual work the way you used to. The calling, the thing that kept you up at night, the hunger that overpowered pride, the essence of you goes missing, and without that everything else is pointless.

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3 Ways to Stop Sabotaging Yourself

If you continue to experience the same themes/situations in your life, then everyone else is not the problem. It is time to check yourself. Self-sabotage is a real problem and the worst part is that you often don’t recognize this toxic behavior until you’ve run everyone out of your life, ruined several amazing opportunities, and/or hit rock bottom.

In this blog post I will share 4 ways to overcome self-sabotaging behavior.

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Fashion x Versatility with Bodylicious Couture

Wednesday September 19, 2018 I had the pleasure of attending the launch of Bodylicious Couture’s Passport to Freedom Collection. This event was hosted by celebrity stylist Christopher Ryan, music was provided by DJ Karis Madic, and refreshments were served by Chef Sam.

Walking into the venue space gave me a New York art gallery feel, which added to the overall creative theme of this fashion brand.

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Don’t Shrink Yourself

As I grow older, as I love on myself more and more, as I walk in knowing exactly who the fuck I am -I am identifying different traumatic experiences that have caused me to move further and further away from who I really am.

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