In 2006, I headed south to the University South Carolina to work as a Hall Director and pursue my masters degree in higher education. A former supervisor of mine had encouraged me to follow in her footsteps and become a higher education professional. I wanted to mentor college students and encourage them along their journey… Read More
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of speaking to a room full of graduating high school seniors about how to decide their major, future career, or the bigger question we’ve all asked at one time or another: What am I supposed to do with my life? Statistics today show that at least 50% of entering college… Read More
Most of us, no matter what life phase we are in, would love to have a mentor. There is something inside of us that longs for someone who is older, wiser, and has already experienced whatever our current ambitions might be. It could be a spiritual mentor, someone who has suffered enough storms that their… Read More
By the time you’re 18, you will have already spent 93% of the days you’ll have with your parents in your entire life time. That’s 6,570 days. Then you go to college, and at best, you’ll see your parents 80-440 days. Post-college, 380 days. So, what should Winter Break really be about? Netflix-binging or intentional time with the people you love?
No one’s impressed. I will never forget those words my mom spoke to me while I sat at the kitchen table. It may seem harsh, but that’s my momma. Speaks truth like it is. No sugar coating. Straight to the heart. She has the discernment to know when you can take it straight and when… Read More