Category Archive: Sips of (Tea) 4 MIMe

“Love …”

I have never gone looking for love; I’d like to believe that’s a good thing. I grew up learning and understanding what love meant when watching my parents. And I’m not just talking… Continue reading

DEF.I.NI.TION of me

Reflect. Write. ACT. – It might just win you $300 I’ve been trying to post this for the last hour, maybe even more. I am posting this on behalf of my non-profit, SimpleComplexity, … Continue reading

HEALTHY GIRLS ROCK!

Reflect. Write. ACT. – It might just win you $300 This week is National Eating Disorders week in the United States of America and I was just reminded that I still hadn’t shared… Continue reading

Mirror, Mirror, on the wall …

Representation matters after all. “Well, when I was nine years old, Star Trek came on, I looked at it and I went screaming through the house, ‘Come here, mum, everybody, come quick, come… Continue reading

“Alone we can do so little …”

“… together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller “Mind” my Flavour (Motivational Monday December Beta) Sure, Hellen Keller probably has this right, but I would add a few more words to… Continue reading

Believe in . . .

Something. Believe in YOU. “Mind” my Flavour (Motivational Monday November Alpha) I spent last weekend in New York City. My guy lives there but he’ll be out of the country for a bit… Continue reading

“Stay Uplifted & Positive …”

“… the best you can — it’s all we can try to have some control over.” – T.Richard “Mind” my Flavour (Motivational Monday October Alpha) Yesterday I was part of a board meeting… Continue reading

What colour are the soles of your feet?

Would you sport blackened feet for a cause “Mind” my Flavour (September Alpha) I was in Belgium over the summer when I first saw a brief telecast on a young lady who had… Continue reading

With a name like Fearce

She has to be an inspiration for all youth “Mind” my Flavour (August Alpha) During the 2013 graduation season, I hope you heard about Chelsea Fearce. The Charles Drew High School Valedictorian who… Continue reading