Monday, May 30, 2016

The Single Chronicles Part 1

The Single Chronicles Part 1, the first of a three part mini series. Welcome to the beginning of a single girls' diary. 

  Always the bridesmaid, never the bride. Always the third wheel or the friend who "takes one for the team. Dating is a gross word to one who has no idea what she's doing, let alone knows how to do it. 
      Some people are naturally talented when it comes to dating, flirting, or catching the eye of the heartthrob from across the room. As for me, I am NOT that one. Instead, I have the elbow sniffers, knee lickers, and ear pinchers; trust me, you read that correctly my friends. 

      Enjoy the journey on my comedic dating life as I wrote down all of my horrible dates, relationships, trails and tribulations that help make me who I am today.

For more information on purchase check out my books tab :) this is also available in Ebook. 

Murph Workout

So I did the Murph Workout! This was no joke!

1 mile to start
100 pull ups
200 push ups
300 squats
1 mile run

Shoutout to A Team Fitness! I did this in 48 minutes! I can't wait for next year, I will do this in 45 minutes :)!

For more background on the workout, I got this excerpt from :

In memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, NY who was killed in Afghanistan on June 28th, 2005. This workout was one of Mike's favorites.  FOR MORE information CLICK HERE

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Focusing on staying motivated can be hard...

Focusing on staying motivated can be hard once you find what you love and make a living out of it. I'm in a state where I'm still graciously figuring out who I am as I grow deeper into becoming a woman and battling the thoughts of "is this really what  I'm supposed to be doing?" 

 How many of us question what we do? Whether it's career wise, habits, love, etc. I know for me, I have this question once every blue moon. Recently it's been dangling in front of my eyes as to "why" I'm doing what I'm doing. I love writing, I love being a broadcaster it's who I am, hell it's been my entire life since I was 17. Now, as I share my thoughts think that I'm feeling this way because I'm idle. In a way, I'm accomplished, but yet,  I know the next step will be harder. So waiting on when that next step will arrive, what it will consist of, and where I will be is what's making me think "why am I doing what I'm doing." 

 I don't want to be anxious, I'm more excited and nervous, who knows God can call for me to be in North Dakota (Please don't Lord lol). The great thing about my journey is that I put it in Gods' hands, so I have to trust, be still and live my life until that door opens. 

 <3 Ebony  

Brazos Valley Magazine

Hello loves! So I'm now head journalist of Brazos Valley Magazines! My first article on "Staycations" is featured in Brazos Family and can be viewed by clicking the link below, and going to page 34!

Monday, May 9, 2016

Pesky Thing Called Time...

Time is beautiful but, it’s also scary. It’s something that we take advantage of every day, and then we turn around and pray for it to slow down. Time is best spent, to put it simply from what God wants for us, to be happy, healthy and blessed. However, most of us stress out; we’re worried about what our neighbors are doing. How far in life they might be ahead of us. Most importantly, we look at the material items they possess; calculating that to being “happier” because they have “more.” We’re looking to see if the grass is greener on the other side.

Remember when adults would tell you to “live it up now!” that’s because It’s true, time waits for no one. It’s best served in peace, blessings, patience, trust, and faith. Time is best served when we fully have faith in what God has for us. However, most of us don’t truly have faith in God or whatever higher power we believe in.

It’s easy for me to say that because, when we stress out that’s not faith, that’s doubt.  We cannot have true undying faith in God when we allow doubt to creep its ugly head in our business. I’m guilty of this, raising my hand, standing up tall and admitting it because I AM HUMAN. There have been plenty of times when I stress, worry, question God on what he’s doing. It’s a daily repentance and strength training for me to get back on track, shut up, believe and live.

Wherever God is taking me, I’m blinding going because I know that he will always protect me. I at times have (not anymore) looked at my peers and thought they had more than me because they have a husband and are building families. Then when they talk to me, they believe that I have it all together because of my success. Different strokes, for different folks. My path is different from those around me; and because of that, I thought I was losing or slow in life.

It wasn’t until I prayed and I heard Jesus. He came to me and reassured me that everything that is in my heart will come true. Since that day, I haven’t doubted, felt like I was missing out on something, and I stopped beating myself up. This world is harsh, and I’m reminded of it every day when I log onto social media. When I see how much time has passed, when I look at my timeline, when I see where I am now compared to last year, month or week.
Figuring out life is exactly what life is about, it’s about taking charge and relaxing in time. It’s about loving, hurting, wanting, living. It’s about LIFE. Time and life to me are twins; they both are beautiful, scary and humbling. I don’t want to waste my time with sad emotions, or to think about what my neighbors are doing. I would rather spend my time being happy and loving every moment of my journey. How are you spending your time? How would you LIKE to spend your time?

<3 Ebony  

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Another Step

When I start something, I will always finish it. I never want to get in the habit of not finishing something, no matter the excuse, whether the time has passed, or I'm busy or flat out tired. I'm a person who will always finish what I start; I have this desire to never leave things unturned or question a pathway I have decided to take. Over the weekend, I finally finished a long goal of mine. I graduated college!!

For me this is huge, I started at the typical timeline of 18 right out of high school. The only issue, I was blessed with the opportunity to start my career. So I made the decision to put my education on hold and become Alaska's youngest weather forecaster at 18 years old. For three years, I taught myself graphs, weather terminology, news tricks and the list goes on. The I jumped into radio! A place that gave me a voice didn't hide my tattoos, accepted my weird habits and turned them into selling gold! After being in broadcast for almost ten years, I have the degree to match, my writing is taking off, and the next stage of my life is about to begin!

I'll have more information on my next stage; as for now, Never stop, always chase, and go until you reach your dreams! I achieved this one, and I have a few more to go.