Next week I will launch my one-week TRUTH series. You guys will get the inside scoop about how my past affects my current situations, battles that I fight with insecurities, dreams and ambitions, what it’s like to be married, My joys and pain. This is for you to get to know me on another level. I want to share some heart-felt things about me and in return I would like to gain your attention as reader. Who wouldn’t want to know about the person your following? Maybe I can help with some issues that you are currently going through by using my life as an example. It’s time to step away from the political articles, goofy post and get down to the soul. Let me share a bit about myself for the people that are new to by blog or just meeting me for the first time. You can also find this information if you click on the about the author tab on my blog. I was born in Springfield, IL. and raised in Kingwood, TX. I am currently attending Ashford University in pursuit of a degree in project management. My dream was to manage a major project for a big company and to be at the top of the corporate food chain but a change of interest happened. My husband is an artist and he writes all his lyrics and makes some of his own beats. He has work from 2008 and still going. One day I saw that he was working, writing lyrics to music and I asked him if I could help with anything and of course he said yes. I wrote my first song in 2015 and recorded it. The feeling was so releasing! Being able to get out all what I felt needed to be said. I kept writing music and this passion led me to write about other content. Now I write about politics, self-development, business reviews and up incoming artist. Today I have developed a successful blog, wrote my fist self-help called “A Little Enlightenment From a Friend” and currently working on my next book, “A Gay Man’s Girlfriend”. I have expanded my writer’s platform and still building and hope that my work inspires people and promotes them to live healthier and more fulfilling lives.
If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.