I recently read this article on the Huffington Post website, 11 Signs Of A Genuine Friendship. It’s pretty accurate and I agreed with most of it. In this day in age I think it can be pretty tough to find a genuine friendship that can last a life time. I think I am pretty lucky…
The beginning of 2016 started off for me with new goals, new challenges that I welcome and unfortunately a lot of loss that was not expected. Loss is a part of life, I know, but is still a difficult. Here’s my story of the past two months.
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The sermon that I listened to this week talked about how the people in your life shape the direction that your life goes in whether that be good or bad. Think back to some of the difficult times in your life and who you were hanging out with during that time. Can you link them together? I know I can.
When looking to gain something through networking, the question on whether or not you should depend on your friends can be tough to determine. Of course networking is all about who you know but you should be careful to not abuse your relationships with people close to you.
The holidays can be one of the most dreaded times of the year for singles. There are so many parties you may have to attend and if you don’t have a date you may not want to attend those parties. This year I decided to do something different and have my own party.
The differences of what I learned in my thirties compared to my twenties.
Society makes us think that a women’s life doesn’t begin until you get married. I like to consider it just another chapter in my life and here is why.