Last night as I was watching a movie, Before I Fall, with my teenager, I was struck and so deeply moved by a statement. This statement stayed with me all night. As I tossed and turned, thanks insomnia, I kept hearing the statement. One of the characters had a poster in his room and the… Continue reading Who You Are
Today has been eventful and I am feeling the stress and exhaustion of the day's events. Per usual, I retreated to my shower to cleanse my body and my soul, to meditate, and relish in the heat of the water. As I was getting my zen on and finding my center, God spoke to me;… Continue reading Accountable for being accommodating
You say you want to be happy, to live this life of jubilant glee. Do you really, or is it just a bandwagon expression that you have jumped onto. Maybe a better question is, what is your happy? How do you define happy? What do you need or want in your life that will bring… Continue reading What is your Happy?
This is the eve of my surgery, I have packed my bag, picked out my cutest pajamas to wear to hospital, and took my first antibacterial shower in preparation for yet another trip to the O.R. While the surgery and recovery are on my mind, what is at the forefront of my mind is my… Continue reading Blended Families
Wouldn't it be grand if I could tell you that I came to Minimalism by some angelic visitation from a celestial being? The truth is, minimalism became apart of my life because I am genetically wired to be a hoarder. I am a make addict, one day I was looking through my collection for a… Continue reading Minimalism: My Spiritual Awakening
I wrote this piece in 2015, two years after my mom passed away. As I am coming up on 2 years of life without my sister, it is nothing short of a miracle that I came across something that I had forgotten all about. It is just as true today as it was then. "Love… Continue reading Love Liberates
Shameka Scott(Princess) is a Georgia native, a mother, a student, and an educator; who has taken her passion for teaching and empowering others from the classroom to the community. Because she had a sincere desire to see empowering relationships among women in their 30s, she founded an organization to meet the need. In addition to… Continue reading The Powerful Princess