16 Goals for 2016

New Year's Resolutions – let's get real do they have any real chance of success? I don't have a prejudice against resolutions because they are founded in making a positive change in a person's life, and what can be wrong with that? I've certainly made resolutions in the past, some have succeeded some have failed right … Continue reading 16 Goals for 2016

2015: The Turning Point Year

When I started 2015, I had a feeling that it would be a good year.  I knew it would be different and that 2015 would bring with it time for change and growth in myself. I knew things would be different than in previous years, but I never anticipated just how impactful and transformational the … Continue reading 2015: The Turning Point Year

#MillennialMonday : Donating Differently

When you hear the word 'Millennial' usually the words narcissist, distracted, superficial, whiny, incapable and a slew of other synonyms follow. What most people don't realize is that Millennials happen to be one of the more conscious, attentive and giving generations to date. They are increasingly aware of issues facing society and are more willing … Continue reading #MillennialMonday : Donating Differently

#MillennialMonday: The Value of the Vote

We constantly hear how Millennials are doing things differently and the political arena is no exception to that rule. When it comes to a big political race we hear about the Latino vote, the women's vote, the black vote and now the latest group to join the list of demographic votes are the Millennials. There … Continue reading #MillennialMonday: The Value of the Vote

Sharing in Sacraments

Sacraments.  You may hear the word and automatically think of Baptisms and First Communions, but there are some other types of sacraments that we far too often overlook.  Believe it or not, if we don't pay attention we may just bypass sacraments multiple times a day! I'm talking about "Small S Sacraments" or those occurrences, … Continue reading Sharing in Sacraments

#MillennialMonday: Francis, a Pope for Millennials

With Pope Francis' visit to the United States still lingering in the minds of Americans, it seems that he has evoked the attitudes of acceptance, understanding and tolerance in many throughout the world.  What can be said is that he is an appealing faith figure to Millennials, the generation who seems to be lacking in … Continue reading #MillennialMonday: Francis, a Pope for Millennials

Change of Plans

If you asked me five months ago where I would be on this very day, I would be settling into a life in Los Angeles, working my tail off to launch a writing career.  But if there's anything true about making plans, it is that God will usually laugh in your face and have something … Continue reading Change of Plans