Sunday, January 26, 2020


Disconnect Some in 2020.

December 31, 2019 by  
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The disconnect is real, and many of us need it whether we acknowledge it or not. We need time where life isn’t so virtual or toxic. It’s okay to tend to yourself without feeling the need to plug in and check on social media for your daily dose of validation. Let 2020 be a year of balance and reclamation…reclaim yourself on your terms.

The Sage Might Target You.

December 31, 2019 by  
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It is a waste of time to burn sage in a space you gossip, bad mouth others, speak negativity, mis-treat yourself, and lie to yourself. You will find that the road to clarity comes through you righting those spaces. Drink some water to cleanse internally as you begin to cleanse other areas. Put boundaries on your words so that you move in a direction of right speaking, and positive speaking. If a matter is not about you and won’t concern you it might be time to take your words away from that space. Speak goodness in your home over your life, your space, and loved ones. Begin the process of cleansing and ushering in clarity before the sage is burned. When you burn it…you are cleansing the air, righting the energy, and promoting a positivity that is already in motion. It will remove the negativity others may have walked into your space, but it won’t target you as the source of said negativity.

2020 Could be Great.

December 31, 2019 by  
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2020 could be a great year if you are willing to work for it. It will take more than a resolution to get the year you want. It will take a plan, consistency, and discipline in every area you want to be impacted this coming year. Claim the year you want, and get ready to work to manifest said year.

One of the Best Gifts.

December 23, 2019 by  
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Give yourself the space to partake of the gift that is your individual moments. Allow time to be a gift as you embrace these moments. It’s okay to document your moments and share them with others. However, don’t forget to actually BE in the moment. Give yourself the permission to take the space you need and deserve. Life is made of all the different moments, and events we experience. This is one way to ensure you are not merely existing. When this is at the top of your gift list, you can still keep everything else, it enriches everything you enjoy. Have your moment and allow it to be truly yours in every way in this coming year.

Save Your Energy.

December 18, 2019 by  
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Save your emotional and mental energy so that you can maintain your physical energy.  Hold your circle accountable for their actions, and treatment of you. Surround yourself with people that are accountable to their own energy, because you will find this will cause them to value you and the energy you put into them. This may be difficult at first, but know that you deserve the goodness you put into the world…especially from your own circle.

At Some Point You Must Divorce Negativity.

December 18, 2019 by  
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Praying with a negative person is hard because once the prayer is done, they continue the path of negative speaking. This can push people away from you because you aren’t the only person in the world with challenges, dreams, and struggles. It is important for support to be a two-way street. In these times of stress in out communities and country we need to do all e can to stay positive, and allow others uplift us when we are not feeling the best. Divorcing negativity will help your overall perspective on life, your relationships, and your health.

Improving Your Health and Well-being For The New Year.

December 18, 2019 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) 2020 is supposed to be a year of opportunity. It’s supposed to be a period of time where you can do anything, be anything, and achieve all your goals. However, how do you expect to do this when you aren’t in good health? How do you expect to possibly get on when you […]

Sometimes You Can’t Save Your Sister Friend.

Sometimes you can’t save your sister friend even when you greatly want her to be in a better space. There will be those that won’t allow it, some spaces you don’t understand or have means, and others that will become draining for you. In every situation you can always pray and let her know you are in her corner cheering for her to win.

Complaining Can Kill You.

December 12, 2019 by  
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Avoid the stroke, heart attack, and migraines by laying that negative energy down. Once you’ve gotten the positivity back and you are balanced you will have to re-evaluate the nature of your friendship if it still exists. It is important that you ask yourself the hard questions about what both of you bring to the table, and the reciprocity in the friendship…or lack thereof.  If she is not willing to operate in a better space you might have to love her from a distance, because no one is worth your peace.

From Insurance to Good Holiday Allowance – Find a Company that Works for You.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) When looking for a new job, you may feel the need to cast your net as far as possible. This will involve sending out your résumé to numerous prospective employers in the hope that at least a few of them will invite you in for an interview. There are various problems with this […]

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