Author: Chellyz View

Finding Waves of Hope to Stop Drowning in Sadness

  Finding Waves of Hope to Stop Drowning in Sadness Your Thoughts Can cause You to Drown in Sadness It was the evening of Sunday, June 9, 2019. I don’t know if this feeling has ever happened to you, but I felt uplifted and exhausted at the same time. It seemed I had received enough

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Helping Others and Your Community Doesn’t Mean You Must Lose Your Sanity, Self, or Smile! – By Chellyz View 

  It’s amazing how our children can give us a wake-up call.  As adults we are supposed to be the ones nurturing and guiding them.  However, they are watching us even when we are not paying attention.  Last month, I hung up the phone and my son looked at me and said, “Ma, you are

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Developing and Recognizing Your Own Principles that will lead to Self-Improvement and Healing

Developing and Recognizing Your Own Principles that will lead to Self-Improvement and Healing After the research, What Happens Next? After a few weeks of allowing the words I had written to rest in a notebook, I finally decided to type away and brought the post to life.  Usually, I felt a sense of accomplishment after

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Being Thankful while going through Progression and Experiencing Life Lessons

Being Thankful while going through Progression and Experiencing Life Lessons I am thankful for the progress and blessings in my life.  I remember some years ago I was driving a car that would stall on me in the middle of nowhere.  Well, that is how it seemed.  One evening it was cold and the children

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Three Awful Words that are Aggravating Detroiters and Damaging their Wallets by Chellyz View

Three Awful Words that are Aggravating Detroiters and Damaging their Wallets by Chellyz View Alright, I am about to type the three awful words that are leaving Detroiters feeling aggravated, defeated, and tormented.  Auto Insurance Rates……. Eek eek eek eek!  Did you hear that?  It’s the haunted music that is associated with those terrifying words. 

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My Five Main Reasons Why True Bloggers Should Never Quit Blogging

Get Over Your Fears and Chase Your Blogging Goals to Keep Your Soul Active I am here to convince you that once you conquer the beginning stages of blogging, you can make it!  You just finished your first post.  Admit it!  The constant obsession with choosing the right words and perfecting each sentence deterred you

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Hope and Encouragement for My Detroiters Who Keep Holding On By Chellyz View

Hope and Encouragement for My Detroiters Who Keep Holding On By Chellyz View   One of those Sweet Sunday Drives turns Bitterly Sad So I was in one of my moods.  You know, when you are overly emotional for no apparent reason.  Maybe I did have a reason.  It was a Sunday mid-morning, and I

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THE FIVE MATTERS OF WHY BEING CONFIDENT ABOUT YOURSELF CAN HELP YOU HAVE A CONFIDENT BRAND! By Chellyz View

  THE FIVE MATTERS OF WHY BEING CONFIDENT ABOUT YOURSELF CAN HELP YOU HAVE A CONFIDENT BRAND! – By Chellyz View    Be Confident in Yourself First! I simply adore this place.  I have an abundance of confidence about this environment that I will always call home.  My heart can feel the potential of growth,

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When the Spirit of Detroit Warriors become Weary by Chellyz View

When the Spirit of Detroit Warriors become Weary by Chellyz View It was Saturday, April 28, 2018, and as usual I sat on the edge of the bed.  Another typical morning where I would procrastinate and do meaningful and unmeaningful tasks which causes me to run late every day.  Sitting in one spot for thirty

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A Review of Denitra Townsend’s: Strolling Monologues – Royal African Women! 2018

A REVIEW OF DENITRA TOWNSEND’S:  STROLLING MONOLOGUES – ROYAL AFRICAN WOMEN! 2018  LEGENDARY NARRATIVES OF AFRICAN QUEENS THAT CORRELATE WITH THE LIVES OF PRESENT DAY WOMEN  Denitra Townsend, the creator and producer of the Strolling Monologues, fashionably graced the stage with assurance, class, and confidence on Friday, February 23, 2018, at the Carr Center Art

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