It’s been a while. Just returned back from 8 days of sunshine on Gulf Coast. I worked in trade for my stay by teaching fitness on the beach every day. Still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up, what I want to do and where I wanna live... However, I will choose to be grateful for the blessings and good things I have at hand right now and not allowing desire for a different future to rob me of living in the present to the fullest.
Just moved out of Paradise and back to the grind of life in the big D. After walking 3 plus miles daily along side Shorebirds on the beach for one whole year to urbanization. Wowza, I’m finding myself lost in translation once again, but in a good way. I’m happy and grateful to be back with my family and close friends. But I’m doing things differently now, such as joining a bowling league and starting up another business. I’m excited about my newly released book that I just published, “This is How I Fight my Battles Workbook” In fact, I’m going to do my exercises myself so that I walk the walk that I talk along with you. Here is an excerpt from my workbook and how I’m feeling today. “However many holy words you read, what good will they do you if you do not act upon them?” Buddha Self-Control is keeping my commitment of love —being true to my inner soul radiates out into every move I make. Daily my emotional intelligence grows and matures, but I must always check in with myself f
How am I coping in lockdown and learning how to honestly live with my dyslexia.? This has been one of the most drastic changes of my life. After all, I had spent a large portion of my life since the age of ten till last September, 2019 living In denial. I guess you could say that the easy part was finally admitting that I have dyslexia-(although to be perfectly honest with you and myself, I totally forgot that I even had it) I simply was numb in hiding it and busy performing for everybody else. Today, my hard work has begun taking root in first acknowledging by going back to my childhood. Yes back to that very same day when I said goodbye to myself and became daddy’s little girl acting out how he wanted me to be. All because my dad was embarrassed and ashamed the day I was diagnosed. So he made me promise to pretend that I was normal like everybody else and there was nothing wrong with me. All that time- all those years and now for the first time ever I am experiencing the time