Living On Borrowed Time: “Tomorrow Isn’t Promised.”

Emotions, I don’t show them very much and I never really have, that was until 5 months ago I noticed a change. Death is so common but in the past every time I heard about one it never had much of an effect on me. I wouldn’t cry or really feel much about the situation at all because it didn’t really hit home for me. You can say I was numb to it all because I wasn’t really invested in others. Not even family members passing bothered me because most of it happened when I was a child. I figured that’s life and we all eventually go when God say’s it’s our time, whether we like the manner we go in or not. Living On Borrowed Time: “Tomorrow Isn’t Promised.”

Kindergarten, Who Knew it Would Freak Me Out…

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When you become a parent, you know your beautiful newborn baby will eventually grow older, but with every day that passes and every birthday you celebrate you still believe they’ll never get older. In your eyes they are still your baby. Well, my baby will be 5-years-old this June and you know what that means, KINDERGARTEN.

I never imagined the day I’d have to send him to daycare and I had no clue how soon kindergarten would come rolling around the corner. Yesterday I went to tour a school and as much as I liked it, my heart-felt like it was being squeezed by the hulk. For almost 4 years he’s been in the care of the same people and had the same friends. It’s come to be his second home and they taught him well. I’m not sure how he is going to feel about leaving them, as they treat him like their own. I’m sure we’ll still visit since my niece will still be attending but it’s going to be different.

Kindergarten, Who Knew it Would Freak Me Out…

I’ve Made Some Changes.

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Last night I was up until about midnight thinking; thinking about all the ways I could rebrand The Diary of She. Not just the blog but all my social platforms that go with it. My YouTube Channel, Podcast and Social Media accounts. The longer I stay up the more ideas I have about making quality content and to stop worrying over the quantity.

The first thing that needed to change was my YouTube channel. I decided to completely get rid of it. There wasn’t many videos on there, about nine or so, but the quality of them absolutely sucked. Being that I don’t get the best lighting in my house, everything I recorded looked an absolute mess. I was finding that I was spending more time editing the video to not look so dark, overly bright or pixelated that I didn’t even want to record anymore. On top of that my background didn’t look the best. With that said my YouTube channel won’t be back until I can give you all the quality you deserve. In the meantime I’ve decided to focus on other aspects of my brand.

I’ve Made Some Changes.