Quick Note from 2019

Hey Peculiars

I just wanted to reach out to you all and simply state that I love each and every one of you. Thank you for your continued support and I pray for a safe, prosperous and fun filled year to come. I know I haven’t been around much in 2019; my year was tumultuous, like everyone else’s.

In 2020, I vow to be more consistent. I am super nervous to start because I am uncertain about my ability to produce frequent, quality content but I know that as I am obedient things will fall into place. So I will leave that fear in 2019 and just show up and if it’s not that great initially, I have to believe it will get there. I don’t have any resolutions but to be gentle with myself. This doesn’t mean to excuse myself but to have grace and compassion with myself like I would have for anyone else facing a challenge head on. With that being said, Happy New Year! 2020 will be fantastic and I have you all to witness it.

Thank you in advance,

Beebz ❤

Are We Any Better?

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So I was driving down the street today and I saw this woman with leggings and her shirt tied in a knot like a crop top. I didn’t see her for long but long enough to notice that her butt was hugemongous (yep, it’s a made up word-huge and humongous). Read More

Coming Attractions

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What’s up with you guys? I hope you all enjoyed your weekend. There’s been so much going on with me. I had an amazing conversation with my boss that really encouraged me and from that conversation came a date of August 4th to push forward my vision. Read More

I Gotta Get to Know Ya…

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I can’t believe I’ve officially been a blogger for 7 months!! I’m really proud of the content I’ve posted thus far but I have a lot more I’d like to share. More than anything else, I would like to connect with you more so… Read More

#Goals…Vol. 1

Jim Rohn was so right when he said, “Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is poverty. Ignorance is devastation. Ignorance is tragedy. Ignorance is illness. It all stems from ignorance.” And so was, whoever, that said, ” In the age of Information, Ignorance is a choice.” I choose not to be ignorant. Statistics show that people who read more, are most likely to be more successful than those who don’t. So, I’ve decided to make time to read. I will introduce a book and every week I will do a chapter review and possibly even reach out to the author. I would love for you to participate by reading the book and chapter as well and we can discuss our thoughts in the comments section. This will encourage us to set our intention on reading.

“93 million adults in the U.S. read at or below the basic level needed to contribute successfully to society.” -National Center of Education Statistics

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