Quotes

Quote of the Day

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” -Eleanor Roosevelt 

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Updates

Happy 1 Year Blogiversary!

One year ago today, I was sitting on my couch at home with my mom and best friend. I told them that I wanted to start a blog but I needed help with a name for it. Together we came up with, From Queen to Queens.  For any new readers, my middle name means Queen […]

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30 Day Challenge

In efforts to make this blog more interactive, I want to incorporate more things for you all. I know that some of you enjoy reading the articles but I know it’ll be better if you were able to participate in a few things. Therefore, we’ll start with this 30 day challenge. It was a picture […]

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Open Letters

An Open Letter to My Sisters…

It’s 2015…  You have new year’s resolutions to keep, birthday parties to plan, places to go and people to see. But before you get swept up into all of the things that are going to occur this year, I just want to talk to you, sister to sister. As women, it becomes too easy to […]

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My Life Lessons

The Here & Now

It’s funny how one occurrence in our lives can change us drastically. One day we’re carrying on business as usual and the next, we’re almost completely new beings. As you know by know, recently I’ve reached some hurdles in life and instead of jumping them and continuing on about my race, I stopped running. I’ve […]

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Existential Bummer

One of my professors played this video for the class. The Youtube channel is called ‘Shots of Awe’ (created by Jason Silva) and it’s filled with videos that make you think about things you may have never considered before. I found this particular video very inspiring and hopefully you may also. Just click the link […]

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My Life Lessons

My Hero. No Cape Included.

Every once in a while, we encounter heroes. Unlike the ones in the movies and books, these don’t wear the capes and tights, and they don’t have masks to hide their identity. However, the heroes in our lives are always on call when we need them, whether we know it or not. One of my […]

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My Life Lessons

Using your Gifts [Part 1]

You’re home when you hear a knock on your door. You call out, “Who is it?” but there’s no answer. So, you peek out of your door but no one is there. To investigate further, you open the door and spot a box lying on your doorstep but there’s no delivery truck in sight. Picking […]

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My Life Lessons

Growing Apart

Sometimes I’m asked why I don’t hang with certain people anymore… My reasoning? You can’t possibly begin to see the potential God has given you while you’re hanging with people who don’t want to see you GROW or become successful. The Bible even says “Come out from among them…” (2 Conrinthians 6:17) When you stop spending […]

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My Life Lessons

Let’s Connect with the Youth

   Last week I volunteered with the Sheriff’s department for ‘Read-a-Thon’. An event hosted annually that is geared toward reading for our youth. While I was there I encountered a Kindergarten aged boy. He was very shy when I asked him if he wanted me to read to him. He slowly shook his head ‘yes’ […]

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