Wonder Woman

When a woman doesn’t know who she is and what she knows, she mistakenly believes that other people know more than she knows. In fact, she is prone to believe that they know what she needs to know. Sometimes they do. More often, however, they do not. A woman always knows what she needs to know

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The Best Is Yet To Come: TIPS FOR MANAGING LIFE’S CRISIS

The Best Is Yet To Come
TIPS FOR MANAGING LIFE’S CRISIS'S

*Attitude Of Gratitude
“What you pay attention to grows stronger.”

When you feel your life is spiraling out of control, be gentle with yourself.  Allow yourself to mourn, cry, vent and be sad. Yet don’t stay there! Make a point to seek out that which you are grateful for in your life. Start small but start! Speak gratitude into the Universe. Learn to be thankful for what you already have, while you pursue all that you want. There is always something to be grateful for; it is your responsibility to find it!

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Principles of Stretching

I make it my business to get my “work out” on!  I enjoy running, lifting weights, and trying all types of classes with the intention of keeping me “tight and right”.  I enjoy the discipline required to physically transform my body to what I say I want. 

During my work out process, no matter what I’m doing, I must begin and end the session with stretching.  In the spiritual community, in order to advance to the next level you must stretch yourself as well.  Take a look at these four principles on stretching and how we can extract spiritual tools from physical activities. 

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Dream Big! Then Dream Bigger!!

Listen...

When you talk to people who have had the audacity of dreaming beyond their circumstances, beyond what they see or heard, beyond self imposed and imposed limitations, you will notice that they all have one thing in common...

At one point on their journey, they had to convince themselves that they were worth it!

 

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Choose Wisely, Then Treat Kindly!

I'm realizing that I am a bit old school in my marriage.

I try to be available as much as possible.
I try to be the safe place in the storm.
Create a cozy home for him to lay his head after slaying dragons for us.
I cook...I mean, I'm not burning it up like big mama...but I COOK!

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In Pursuit of Perfection

Perfection is Bullsh&t! And I’m not taking it anymore! There is no such thing and I believe we should sign a petition to ban the very word from the dictionary. Let’s sign a petition to take it out!

The very nature of being a human being is a messy proposition.  Humans are designed to learn from mistakes, missteps, and perceived failures. That withstanding, the desire for perfection goes against the basic tenant of being a human being.

 

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Not On My Watch!

NOT ON MY WATCH!

I am peace-filled and more spiritually mature these days but if you mess with MY child or ANY child in my presence, I will bring a wrath of crazy that will make your nightmares seem like a happy place... without apology. Being a mother is my most sacred and cherished responsibility and honor.

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What's The REAL Tea?

Morning Tribe!

Did you see the season finally of Real Housewives of Atlanta? It was juicy!!!

Not just because of the drama.. but because of the lessons that all of us can learn about OURSELVES from it.

Every situation is an opportunity for healing! It's time to break it down.

Tune in and let's talk about it!

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First Cousins

There is just something about family. About 1st cousins... About bloodlines!

My daughter, Avery, has always admired and loved her big cousin, Kayla. Look at THOSE poses!!!!

They get their fierceness through their bloodline, baby!

Continue to be bold, be passionate, and live out loud, precious girls!

The world is waiting for you to showcase your gifts and talents!

Proud mama and auntie!

#goodDNA

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When I Grow Up

When I was growing up in Oakland, Ca, I was often asked the question, "Tiffany, what do you want to be when you grow up?".

I would reply with confidence and sass, "I want to be a Luther Vandross backup singer!"

I can't hold a tune if my life depended on it! But who was I to mess up the video I had in my head with a little truth like that! I wanted to dress up, put on a big wig and look beautiful and SANG! Also, I would marry Jackie Jackson and have boy and girl twins... and also be a Oakland Raiderette Cheerleader part time. It was simple!

 

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I'm "Fine"

Wouldn't you rather BE fine than PRETEND to be fine?

It starts with taking off the mask and revealing and acknowledging the parts of you that are crying out to be healed! You get to choose the narrative of your life!

Because the truth is...

the only people who don't want you to speak your truth are the people who are living a lie themselves.

 

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Healing Yourself Matters

Unless we are willing to heal ourselves, we will be toxic to EVERY-one and EVERY-thing we love. Period.

We will continue to attract OUR toxicity back to us in the form of chaos, drama, pain and isolation. What we hold in consciousness will be reflected back to us as our experiences.

 

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The Beauty of My Life

Listen...

Social media captures the best of our lives and that is truly a beautiful thing!

Yet... my life is REAL! Meaning there are days when my life magical! It's a snap shot of joy, abundance and love!

And there are days when I am tired, anxious and hard on myself.

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I AM A POWERHOUSE

Just finished my morning prayer call with my sista who reminded who I truly AM...

I AM a powerhouse!

Not in the sense of arrogance, conceit, or "better than"... it is simply that am made in the image of God. I AM...

THE DAUGHTER OF THE MOST HIGH!

THE ULTIMATE POWERHOUSE! THE CREATOR! 
THE ALPHA AND OMEGA!

Come on now!

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Be The Best Not The First

Our society is consumed with being the first, the shiniest, famous, the most paid.... yet there is no conversation about the dedication it takes to master your craft. To master your mind. To have enough esteem to feel worthy of the goodness we say we want.

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