Happy Monday to all, and I hope everyone has a greatly blessed week. I started my morning off by waking up 20 minutes late, but I still made it to work early. Yesterday was a good day . We had a family day just as I had planned. We went to see "Kung Fu Panda 2" and it was hilarious. I didn’t believe that "Kung Fu Panda" could be topped, but by golly they did it. We made it to the movie theater … [Read more...] about Lady Lennia Courtney on Time Management
Lady Lennia Sha'da: Take a Leap of Faith and Don’t Look Back The best advice that I can give anyone entering post-graduation life regardless of their degree level is to believe in the decisions that you make. Don’t live with regrets. Regrets become weight and could very possibly turn into fear that keeps you from making more difficult decisions in your future. I will shed a little bit … [Read more...] about Lady Lennia Sha’da: No Regrets!
Lady Lennia Sha'da Wafer: Who are you? "The way I do anything is the way I do everything!" This is a quote that I know many of us have used and/or heard for a while now, and I am finally understanding its true meaning. By nature I am confident, caring, polite, respectful, and just nice. I smile at people and have a flirtatious personality; not flirtatious with a sexual motive, just very … [Read more...] about Lady Lennia Sha’da: ‘BE YOU!’
Once you graduate, one of the first things you ask yourself is, "Where will I live?” A great deal of this decision depends on your financial situation and what your immediate priorities are. Whether you do decide to move back home or give it a try on your own, it is good to weigh your options. Here is a guide that weighs different reasons for living alone or moving back in with the 'rents … [Read more...] about Guest House or Townhouse: Living at Home vs On Your Own After College
Learning to forgive is hard, especially when a person has hurt you beyond natural measures. How can you just be OK when someone has taken your trust, your love, your loyalty, your all, and shattered every part of you into a million pieces? How can you forgive after that? How can you forget? Anyone who has been there before can tell you that it's not easy, but I'm here to tell you that it IS … [Read more...] about Let It Go: How to Forgive and Forget
As a college senior facing your last year, you might've contemplated deleting a good 1,000 or so friends from Facebook. During those four, five, maybe even six years of undergrad, one will most likely experience lots of drama from lots of people they’d prefer not to bring along into the real world. The next step for most is to ask the question, "How do I free myself from pointless and negative … [Read more...] about Re-examining Negative Relationships