The Personal Journey

When You Lose Your Inspiration: A Writing Journey

On November 1, I set out to begin what I'd been promising myself I'd do before the year was over.  At the birth of a new year, I made the resolution that I was going to start my first novel before 2018 was through, even if it meant just writing a sentence or two to… Continue reading When You Lose Your Inspiration: A Writing Journey

The Popular Journey

Cause Everything Is Rent… Benny’s Defense

This past Sunday, FOX broadcast the much-hyped, much anticipated live version of Rent. I'll be honest, when I first saw the teaser about three weeks ago, I was a bit nervous. You see, Rent is the story of several artists living in New York City at the turn of the decade (from 1989 to 1990).… Continue reading Cause Everything Is Rent… Benny’s Defense

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Changing Your Perspective: The Working Mom

P/C romper.com So last week, I published a blurb breaking the pre-conceived notions that surround stay at home motherhood. But it wasn't that long ago that I too put on my dress pants, dress flats, and dress blouse, grabbed my tote bag, and headed into my office everyday, while balancing the responsibility of motherhood simultaneously.… Continue reading Changing Your Perspective: The Working Mom

The Momming Journey, Uncategorized

Changing Your Perspective

It wasn't so long ago, that I was a working woman. I started working full time right after college and all throughout my first two pregnancies. I've worked in management for a Fortune 500 company, in finance as an account manager, and in early childhood education as a preschool assistant teacher. I've dabbled in quite… Continue reading Changing Your Perspective

The Army Life Journey

The Restless Spouse 2: Handling Rejection

Why hello there, mil spouse! It's a new year, which can be a plethora of new things for you! Perhaps, this is a PCS or moving year, or it's the beginning, or continuation of, a deployment, or it's the year your spouse might be getting out of the service. Regardless, a new year always brings… Continue reading The Restless Spouse 2: Handling Rejection

The Momming Journey

#Goals- Kids Edition

P/C- whatsapplovestatus.com I took a bit of a break from the blogs to really focus on celebrating the holidays with my family.  And for the most part, they were a success, from Thanksgiving in the deep South to Christmas in our nation's capital.  The Davis family made tremendous strides in creating fun and memorable family… Continue reading #Goals- Kids Edition

The Personal Journey

The Writing Journey: Tales of an Impostor

Most successful writers in today's world of fiction often have such credentials as having studied English or earned his or her MFA in Creative Writing.  Most live in the big city with a partner and have a few animals.  Many teach, are members of various writing organizations, and regularly contribute articles and essays for popular… Continue reading The Writing Journey: Tales of an Impostor

The Army Life Journey

The Restless Military Spouse

"She stood in the storm; and when the storm did not blow her way, she adjusted her sails"- Elizabeth Edwards The life of a military spouse is adventurous, to say the least!  You get to travel to, and live in, all kinds of new and different places, at the expense of the government, and you… Continue reading The Restless Military Spouse

The Personal Journey

The Writing Journey: Writing From a Place That Hurts

"When you write naked, you're doing this each time, allowing the reader a glimpse of yourself.  Not everyone is going to like who you are... Strip to your bare skin and write your book in the glorious, raw mess just as nature intended."  Jennifer Probst, Write Naked, a bestseller's guide to writing romance and navigating… Continue reading The Writing Journey: Writing From a Place That Hurts