I used to pray that I'd live forever, and I will - through my written work.
A product of a small town, she had big dreams of conquering the world. In the midst of it all, life happened; side tracked she became, blinded by the drug known as love, abandoned by self and nurtured by heartache. She found a way to recommit, she found a way to redirect her frustrations, she found herself. Join her as she chronicles her progress in poetic form.
21 Steps to Self Discovery was born out of a project with my best friend. She allowed me to vent when I needed to and in return I told her I would create a project for her, a set of questions that I’ve had to ask myself over the years to really get down to the nitty gritty of who I was and what I wanted in life. It wasn’t always a pretty sight but it was my truth and I had to accept it. In doing so, my path became clearer. Through the process I let a lot of things go and I distanced myself from a lot of people. I knew all of this was necessary in order for me to get to where I desired to be. I decided to take this project public after realizing how helpful it would be for others to do the same. Getting to know who you are and establishing an unconditional love for yourself is where freedom lies.
The "Get S.M.A.R.T. goal setting companion is designed to help goal getters clearly identify where they want to go while mapping out how they will get there. This process isn't an easy one but creating goals that make sense alleviates some of the stress. I want to see people reach their goals and for that reason I have made this workbook completely free. Grab your copy and get to work on accomplishing your goals.
Are you a good reader?
Barrington thought he was. His thinking quickly changed when he heard the frustration and sadness in his mother's voice. What was wrong wither? Better yet, what was wrong with him? Was he not as good a reader as he thought? What on that note from his teacher?