Honestly, this month has triggered plenty of anxiety for me this year. Now that it’s here, I’m taking a deep breath. You know, every month I see social media posts saying “July, be good to us….September, don’t come in here with that foolishness.” This is NOT that kind of post. November, is just not goingContinue reading “so, it’s november”
Author Archives: Moniqué Danaê
the switch up.
In this moment, I am pivoting, shifting. rebranding. I have to decided to pivot, while remaining, staying rooted, in the vision of The Example Generation, but shifting my direction to black. blessed. becoming, a personal blog. same foundation. new brand. just a little switch up. So, before I get back into publishing blog posts, IContinue reading “the switch up.”
Lord, please use the following words to speak directly to my sister/brother who is reading this post today. “you do not know what tomorrow will bring…..you ought to say, “If the Lord wills, we will live and do this or that.” James 4:14-15 | ESV I’ve been a dreamer all my life. The small details,Continue reading “Lord Willing.”
Whew, this has been a YEAR, and it’s not even over yet. Maybe you feel exhausted, overwhelmed, or frustrated? Maybe you feel stuck in the midst of unpredictability? If so, I pray that my posts over the next few weeks will encourage you! Each post will be focused on ONE scripture, a few of myContinue reading “Faint Not.”
Happy Belated Birthday to me 😉 Two weeks ago, I turned 25 years old AND despite everything happening in the world, I am excited for the next 25 years of my life. “This joy I have the world didn’t give it. This joy I have, the world can’t take it away …After ALL that I’veContinue reading “twenty five.”
an open letter.
Dear Friends, I am writing to you on Tuesday May 26th @ 11:23pm. I am writing to you because my heart is heavy. I am writing to you because someone needs to read this. I am writing to you because I need to get this off my chest. Today was like Déjà vu. I’ve seenContinue reading “an open letter.”
FREE your mind.
When I was dealing with persistent anxiety, paranoia, disassociation, panic attacks and other PTSD related symptoms….It felt like my mind was in bondage. It was clear to me that I was under attack. It was clear to me that I needed to pray and I needed for others to be praying on my behalf. TheContinue reading “FREE your mind.”
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