“Ma, I want to be a witch!” I squealed. “A what?” my mom asked. “A witch,” I said in a squeaky but cheerful voice. “You don’t want to be an angel, Chelsea? Or a Princess?” “Nope! I want to be a witch for Halloween!” I yelled in excitement. My mother stood silent for a few moments and then finally said, “So, we’re going to church … Continue reading Women, the World Needs More of Our Magic!
A year ago, I took the 8- Week Erotic Blueprint™ Breakthrough Course with Genevieve Rudolph. I was fresh out of a Situationship, burned out emotionally and felt unsatisfied sexually without a partner. Genevieve taught me and a small group about the Erotic Blueprints and how we can incorporate them into our lives whether we were single or in a relationship. Learning how to do this … Continue reading Are You on the Path to Passion or Burn Out?
The last time I posted I was in the process of becoming a sex coach, sex educator, intimacy coach, etc. Now, I can finally say I’m an Erotic Blueprint™ Coach. Whoot! Whoot! I’m hype! It took a lot to get here, but I’m excited I accomplished my goal. As a coach, I envision a world where infidelity is non-existent, and women (especially women of color) … Continue reading A Naughty Secret I FINALLY Can Share
“Maybe you’re trying too hard. Maybe you don’t have to write something meaningful, just something honest.” Helen Morgendorffer, Daria So I did it. I deleted all of my old blog posts to reflect the new chapter of my life, career, and spiritual journey. I got tired of seeing my old posts. There was something about the energy in which I wrote the posts that didn’t connect … Continue reading It’s Not Pretty But It’s Honest…
Everyone talks about setting up a blog or website to set yourself up as a writer or expert. However; you don’t need a website right away. This may go completely against what you’ve been told, but it’s totally possible. I’ve seen it firsthand. Here are resources you can use to get published without a website and build your portfolio: LinkedIn You can publish blog posts … Continue reading How to Get Published Without a Website
When I was first creating my website, I was so confused and frustrated. I didn’t know what I wanted my website to be about or how to get started. When I confided in close friends and mentors, many of them would tell me, “Don’t worry, you’ll figure it out,” or “You’ll learn along the way.” Although I know they were just trying to help me … Continue reading How to Create Content for Your Website
Coming from dating in high school to dating in college was a completely different transition. I went from asking my mother for permission to have company over to having “company” over whenever I wanted. Then graduation came and I was back home at square one. Since I was home, I had to switch my dating style up real quick. Here are some tips my friends … Continue reading How to Date While You’re Still at Home with Mom
One of the things I have had the pleasure of doing as a content creator is helping people turn their ideas into a tangible reality. Recently, I helped someone develop their very first book. Since then, a few people have asked me if I can help them with writing their first book. When I ask them if they’ve started writing one, they’ve collective said the … Continue reading How to Start Writing Your First Book
As you all know (or don’t know), I am a content creator that helps people turn their ideas into content. But what does that mean? And why is it important? Well, I’m glad you asked. See, I’ve been blessed with being surrounded by creative visionaries who have so much on their plate and so many ideas in their head that they don’t know where to … Continue reading How to Turn Your Ideas Into Content in Three Steps
Have you noticed how quickly some people judge those who are unable to commit or choose not commit? People call them selfish and commitment-phobes, or assume something’s wrong with them. But would you judge yourself with that same quickness if you realized you can’t commit to yourself? Here are some signs that you have difficulty committing to yourself: You struggle with keeping promises to yourself … Continue reading Can you Commit to You?