When I do something great, of course I want to share my news with anyone who will listen. But when does constantly reminding people that you're a big shot turn into beating a dead horse? So you got the money and live the life we wish we could live - now what? What do you plan to accomplish by telling us all the time that you're living well? Is that all you're going to do with your fame? Or are you going to do something that actually matters in the real world? In today's Blogisode, I explore the difference between the inspirers and the braggers. Choose your side.
I decided to start a new blog series, but this time I will write about what I've learned during the week as far as going through the motions of life. There are things that keep my spirit stronger whether it be words from the bible or acts from people that I've witnessed. Without sounding like a preacher, I'd like to share my experience with you in hopes that I can help make a difference in someone's life. Here I give a brief description of my idea. Read all about it.
There are many meanings for the word: Broken. Not the character you see on WWE, but what is inside of you that feels broken. I made a poem expressing my feelings about the word Broke. While writing this, I discovered there's more to being broke than just not having money. Read on! Hope you enjoy!
For years sports fanatics argue over who is the greatest basketball player - or football player - or baseball, etc. And that's what drives me crazy. These same people seem to confuse who they like with who is actually the greatest. There's a difference between admiration and domination! Read my rant to see what I mean!
Its human nature for us to compare our attitudes and skills to animal expressionism: eyes like a hawk, you stink like a skunk. When it comes to describing how unique we are, I want to be compared to a Flamingo. In a world overrun by pigeons, nothing stands out more in the bird kingdom than a flamingo. In this blog, I talk about the day I first heard this expression and what it meant to be. Hopefully, it'll enlighten all of you as well on how to look at things in your life for the better.
When I think of Floetry Friday, I look at it as an outlet to bring out the poetic side of me that ran most of my teenaged life. Although I don't rhyme like I used to, that doesn't mean I'm not expired to write verses in metaphoric forms. This time I'm taking a crack at love by writing a heartfelt poem that is short, but sweet. It's about a rose that grew in Brooklyn, eventually changing into a lovely Honey Bee!
This week's Rant literally DROVE me crazy! Living in the city, I'm sure hundreds of you can relate. That's why I don't feel so bad presenting this topic as I believe I'm expressing points that most of us have thought of or still think about...maybe even worst. Check out my words and follow what I mean.