What’s Your Quest? 


I’ve always known that I wanted to set out on a quest to help others. I knew that first I must master the art of helping and taking care of me. I could not give what I had no idea how to give or what I didn’t have to give, which enabled me to embark on my self-love journey. Our relationship with ourselves sets the tone for all areas of love in our lives. I’ve learned to not desire anything from anyone I haven’t mastered the art of giving to myself. What we learn to fill ourselves with becomes the blueprint of what others fill us with. As I’ve recently celebrated a new year of life on this earth, there’s nothing I value more than the love I give me. I pray 2015 is the year that sets the mold of abundance in continued quality bonds filled with love in our now lives. I pray that all connections that have been formed and those that are to come, flourish in God’s likeness. Read about my trials, triumphs and self-discoveries in “A Woman’s Quest to Self-Love.” Where I not only share my pain, but my journey to finding the strength to overcome the raging war I was fighting with myself. Don’t spend another day refusing to love all of who you are. Be inspired by my journey today. Click Here for book reviews and details on purchasing your copy today. 

Be Inspired. Be Encouraged. Be Blessed. 


3 thoughts on “What’s Your Quest? 

  1. What a great, thought provoking post! I guess my quest in life is always trying to be more centred, forgiving, self-aware and kind. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m hot tempered (like my dad) and have problems controlling it. When it gets away from me, I feel terrible for days and get caught in a “shame spiral”. It’s always something I’m working on and has gotten much better with age. I should write my own post on this! Your hair looks great, btw!

    1. I can totally relate to you wanting to not be so hot tempered. I read this and laughed because on my way to work I almost thew my fresh coffee at a car on the road LOL. The best part about life is being accountable of where we fall short and committing to correcting those things. I will advise you to not feel terrible though. Like the rest of the world, we are a work in progress and with time all of what you feel you can change will have changed and you’ll be working on tackling new things. Please do write your own post, I am looking forward to it and would love to share it on social media. Thank you, still getting used to short-hair, so far so good. xoxo 🙂

      1. Thanks for your response and kind words of guidance. My husband always says “If you do something bad, put a time limit on how long you are going to feel terrible about it, then forgive yourself and move on.” I always found that advice so helpful. While it’s definitely not a pass to act out of turn, it helps with the guilt and rumination. It also gives your brain a break and a chance to think about how you could have acted differently. I will definitely write a post on this in the upcoming week and link back to you. xoxoxox

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