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    Living with Intent: Just Breathe

    “Miss me with that bullsh-t. This ain’t what you want, this ain’t what you want” – Kendrick Lamar People know how to get under our skin. Irritation is as natural as coconut oil — it affects us all. Escaping it is nearly impossible. Even if you moved to a desert island, mosquitoes would be there to […]

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    Living with Intent: Patience is ACTION!

    Merriam-Webster defines patience as 1) bearing pains of trials calmly or without complaint; 2) Steadfast despite opposition, difficulty, or adversity. In short, patience is more than waiting time.  Not only does patience require participation, it requires work. Patience is a verb. (Technically, it’s a noun, but whatevs.) ACTION! It’s easy and not uncommon to find […]

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    Living with Intent: It Takes A Village

    African Proverbs says that “It takes a village to raise a child”. Hell, it takes a village to raise an adult too. Because behind every strong and successful being is someone or a group of someones who helped along the way. The village is your support system, be it, friends or family. The village includes […]

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  • Living with Intent: Be grateful

    What a privilege it is to wake up, smell the coffee, and be grateful! If you’re reading this, you’re alive! Your eyes still have the gift of sight. Your lungs are still filling with oxygen. And that alone is enough to be grateful for. We have a human tendency to complain about the things we […]

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