My best guy friend committed suicide almost 7 years ago. Life really hasn't been the same without him. I didn't know the signs nor the symptoms at the time. I wanted to be able to coach and help my clients, friends, family members or complete strangers whom might be experiencing a mental health problem or… Continue reading Mental Health First Aid Certification
Freedom Friday: Speak over your Life A few weeks ago, I asked the question what is the one word and/or proverb you wanted to speak over your life that would help change and shape the course of your life over the next 365 days. Last year, it was the Year of Yes and the Year… Continue reading Freedom Friday: Speak over your Life.
This past Saturday, I completed my 2nd marathon at the 2017 St. Jude Marathon held in my hometown of Memphis, TN after enduring 18 long and grueling weeks of 3-4am solo midweek and long runs due to my busy work schedule. I finished, but it wasn't pretty nor did it not come without a cost.… Continue reading Medal Monday: Know your Why.
For whatever reason, some families around Thanksgiving end up celebrating 3 or 4 holidays at once with it being Memorial day, Easter and Thanksgiving all wrapped up into one. By Thanksgiving afternoon, people will begin to post plates piled high with bbq ribs, fried catfish, spaghetti, lasagna, turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, macaroni and cheese, potato salad,… Continue reading Healthy Thanksgiving Tidbits: Be Intentional. Plan your Holiday Spread so your Weight doesn’t Spread.
Monday's Motivation: Kindness Knows No Age or Color Sunday morning before church, I went to support my fellow running community as they participated in the MRTC RRS 10k at Shelby Farms. I was at the start line cheering the last runners on when another runner escorted my new little friend back to the start line.… Continue reading Monday’s Motivation: Kindness Knows No Age or Color