I feel like I’m always talking about how important it is to have a positive outlet. The very existence of this blog is a testament to what happens when you find such an outlet. Outlets are necessary because they feed our need for purpose and identity while allowing us to relieve tension. No one is exempt… Continue reading I’m Not Good At Anything, How Do I Find My Outlet?
I’m nearing month 3 of “Keshia’s Modern Life”, and today I’d like to let you guys know what new things I’ve experienced since my last progress report (go ahead and check that out). If I had to choose a theme for this past month, it would be “Trust The Process”. Month 1 was spent getting things off… Continue reading Trust The Process: My Second Month of Blogging
Hi. My name is Keshia. (Hi Keshia!) I’m 28 years old, and I don’t have my Driver’s License. (Wait. Whaaaa???) Yes. You read that correctly. I’m knocking on 30’s door, and I have yet to obtain my license to drive. After this morning’s events at the DMV, I think it’s time to let you guys… Continue reading Rebel Without A License: Driver’s Edition
“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin You’ve heard it before. You know how important it is to plan as much as you can if you ever want to have any success in your life. Planning is how you stave off failure. Plans make the world go round. Blah… Continue reading Why Planning Doesn’t Work
I am my biggest critic. When I’m unsure about something, I open the doors of my fight club (I’m the only member allowed, sorry) and I go into a very negative frame of thought. I can be super positive for the most part, but there are so many times where I can be really… Continue reading Borrowed Confidence
Since starting this site, I’ve been asked several questions: Why did you start a blog? How do you start a blog? What do you do on a blog? I’ve covered bits and pieces of this in different posts, but what better way to answer these questions than by putting all of the information into one… Continue reading How I Started Blogging (And How You Can Too)
It was 2:40 am. I’d finally forced myself to put away my journal and laptop so that I could at least grab 4 hours of sleep. I had a planned meet-up before work and I didn’t want to be late. As soon as my head hit the pillow, my plan for sleep was thwarted. The… Continue reading The Voice