At the Intersection of Science and Religion

Wow! Heavy thoughts all week. I have really spent the last week digesting some deeper questions I needed to explore. I started off by examining my purpose this year, spoke on the pandemic and its impact on healthcare workers and today I want to dissect the role of religion on health and wellness. Is thereContinue reading “At the Intersection of Science and Religion”

Dear President-Elect…01/06/2021

Dr. President- Elect Joe Biden, I longed to see changes around me. I listened to your speech yesterday and you stated “at their best, the words of a president can inspire. At their worst, the words of a president can incite.” Those words resonated. Maybe, it’s the fact that our life in America has beenContinue reading “Dear President-Elect…01/06/2021”

Here’s the Truth, Nothing Changes.

Last January, I celebrated my thirtieth birthday. The weeks prior were filled with feelings of fear, anxiousness, and a small amount of excitement. A few months earlier, I wrote a list of the things I thought I would have accomplished by thirty years of age. On this list you could find; Have children Big weddingContinue reading “Here’s the Truth, Nothing Changes.”

A Letter from me to ME

Dear younger me, There are so many things I want to tell you. As I sit and type this letter I am flooded with so many thoughts. Thoughts of hope, joy, laughter, family, and hardships. Life has its trials and at times you will feel defeated, but you have learned that defeat is never theContinue reading “A Letter from me to ME”

Uncertainties of 2020 in this COVID-19 era

I had every intention that my first post would be lighthearted, fun, flirty, and easy. Typical of my personality. But if 2020 has taught us anything; it is the uncertainties that lie ahead of us and the unpredictability of our health and the health of those around us. So here I am writing my firstContinue reading “Uncertainties of 2020 in this COVID-19 era”