According to the online Merriam-Webster dictionary, WORRY means a "mental distress or agitation resulting from concern usually for something impending or anticipated" Worry is associated with thinking thoughts that are laced with negative things happening. As I was writing these things down, I asked myself - what does God's word say about worry and I looked into Philippians 4: 6-8. That's where the next three steps to dealing with worry come from.
Hi You! My dear reader. How are you really doing?? Today I am just going to do a quick highlights of blogposts since year 2020 that I think you can catch up on and really learn from. In no particular order; Productivity The Last Quarter of 2020 - This blogpost shares a reflective exercise to… Continue reading Blogposts Recap
Joseph could have consistently blamed his brothers, guilt-tripped them even and rightly so, but he chose to see God's sovereignty. Here is how this person put the lesson they learned from that;
"BOUNDARIES are not about controlling someone else. You can only control YOU.” -Bralade Koroye Emenanjo
There is something about a new month, new week, new day etc. It really just brings this ray of hope and the feeling of 'I can try again.' It is the start of the second half of the year and there is that euphoria, almost like at the beginning of the year. A lot of… Continue reading Riding on the Waves of Newness
I find that yes at some point, you start asking why am I alive? Why am I here? And this usually feels like such a big task especially when you hear of people doing globally acclaimed things. I am just going to share some of my thoughts related to the PURPOSE talk:
Are there days you feel overwhelmed with a barrage of emotions? Hurt, anger, frustration, pain all at once or back to back it feels like it's all happening at the same time? If yes, this blog post might help.
Hey! Hello! Hi! How have you been? and how is the month of MAY going for you? So, I have been watching SUITS for a couple of months now (lol yes, I am so late to the party) but here is the gist - I am so fascinated by the lawyers. I am like; woot!,… Continue reading “Yes! You Will Be Judged” | Dealing with Imposter Syndrome
Support systems do not ALWAYS have to be mushy mushy, lovey-dovey, gummy-gooey, bestfriend type of relationships
You want clarity on what next to do? Start to pay attention. If you have asked the Holy Spirit to direct you, key into His direction.