But there I was years later, okay with the fact that my curls hadn’t come out perfectly because somewhere along the way to me accepting that my hair didn’t need to be perfect, I began to accept that the rest of me didn’t have to be perfect either. I could make decisions and go places and do things and didn’t have to look, sound, or FEEL perfect.
This year marks my 5th anniversary of once again striking out as an entrepreneur. Recently I’ve written a lot about many of the great lessons I’ve learned along the way – how to write a book, becoming a successful consultant, and deciding whether a non-profit is right for you. Today however I want to share a… Read More
The tagline for my yoga collective Transcendence Yoga happens to be the title of my blog this month. I really stand firm behind these six words. This short phrase offers me the reminder I need to trust myself and move forward in my own personal integrity of what is right for me. February has been… Read More
It’s International Day of the Girl Child. Isn’t it time we take a stand? Since the dawn of time women have played pivotal roles in the advancement of our societies. Our passionate cries coupled with our indomitable spirit, have proven to be a formidable force in the global fight against oppression of nearly every kind.… Read More