Category: JTMG

Random Thoughts

Words of Wisdom

Little Nugget: Self Care And The Virtuous Woman

Sorry guys for being missing around here lately. It seems that every time I seem to get some type of momentum going something unexpected happens to throw me off course. But believe me JTMG is always on my mind, and as soon as I get over this hurdle I am...

finding my voice

Finding My Voice: The Problem, Articulating Myself

  The other day my husband and I were having a conversation about the “Day Without Women” protest that was taking place that day. He asked me my opinion and I gave it to him because well, I’m not one to turn down a chance to give my opinion. Then...

finding my voice

Finding My Voice: Learning To Love The Sound Of My Own Voice

Recently I read that most people hate the sound of their own voice. Many are shocked to learn what their actual voice — the voice the rest of us hears — really sounds like. This happens because speaking cause vibrations to bounce around in the skull altering the way the...

independent children

Raising Independent Children

My husband and I established very early on that we were going to raise our children to be as independent as possible, mainly out of necessity —  he worked nights and I worked crazy hours at the time, they really needed to know how to do things for themselves because...

goal setting

My Goals For 2017

    I suck at New Years Resolutions, so this year I didn’t make any, However, I do have goals I wish to achieve in 2017. So I decided back in January that in  February I was going to really make a conscious effort to achieving my 2017 goals. As...

activism

Lace Up Your Shoes And Do Some Organizing

Almost 10 days ago, President Obama issued a challenge to all Americans, saying, “If something needs fixing, then lace up your shoes and do some organizing.” But, how do one become an activist? If something needs fixing, then lace up your shoes and do some organizing. If you’re disappointed by your...

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

I Will Never Forget!

On this day that we commemorate the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and all he stood for. He gave his life combating racial equality for African-Americans and civil right violations of all people. Like so many other civil right leaders, Dr. King saw the potential in us (Black people)...

full disclosure

Full Disclosure

    I promised myself that in 2017, I was going to be transparent in sharing myself here on Journey to my Greatness. I’m in full disclosure mode and here is my secret, I am not the best anything. I’m a horrible wife, bad mother and terrible woman. There I...

the procrastinator brain

What It’s Like For A Procrastinator: Ted Talk with Tim Urban

  So this morning while trying to curate content, I came across this Ted Talk featuring Tim Urban. Urban, like myself, is a master procrastinator, one who can’t shake the habit of waiting to the very last possible moment to get things done. In his candid and insightful talk, Urban...

I can do it

Year’s End Reflection 2016: Encouraging Myself

While overall 2016 was a good year, there were moments where I needed encouragement. Sometimes the best encouragement comes from within one’s own self. In times of conflict, depression, indecisiveness, I needed to pull myself up by the bootstraps, I said this little mantra to myself. I hope you can...