I think 2019 may be my biggest year of growth in at least a decade. Seems fitting since we have just entered a new decade. And although I am just as hype as everyone else, I have spent the last few days resting after and emotionally exhausting year. I have healed. I have released. I […]

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Nakeia Homer, walking into a new year

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During this time of year everyone’s talking about resolutions, hosting vision board parties, and sharing their goals. Don’t believe the hype! According to Inc.com, researchers say about 60 percent of us make New Year’s resolutions but only about 8 percent are successful in achieving them. And even after years of not achieving a single resolution, […]

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I strolled into my son’s school 3 times last week, wearing a bold lip and a sundress. I was accused of being a morning person. I passed my old gym buddy on my way out of the gym at 6:30am- as she was walking in. I was cited for being up before the crack of dawn. Although […]

Waking up with joy

Remember how it used to be? Before the heartbreak, the bad decision, the financial disaster, the abuse, the addiction, the unfulfilled dream, the illness, the weight gain, the doubt, the fear, the broken promises, before you lost the connection with who you are and who you could really be… How did it used to be? Before life got the […]

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Confident woman

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I know this charming man who wakes up every single morning prepared to solve a problem. For over 40 years, he says, he wanted to be ready… There this girl at the gym that I used to chat with a couple of times a week. She’s decided to either expect the worst or expect nothing […]

A black woman waiting for something good to happen

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“Don’t nobody bring me no bad news.” – Diana Ross, The Wiz   I wish I could hire someone to sing that song every time some bad news decides to swing my way.   I know. It’s a part of life. Good and bad. Highs and lows. Comings and goings. Loss. Disappointment. Heartbreak. Failure… But, […]

A woman thinking of what to do after hearing bad news.

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