My best me will learn to live life without regrets.
The person you are Speaking the truth Doing the right thing Following your heart Standing up for yourself or someone
I am not what has happened to me, I am what I choose to be! -Carl Jung My best me
We are told as kids that words can’t hurt, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. I have
In a perfect world, broccoli would taste like chocolate, injustice would be a word but not a reality, and the
When I was younger, I had my mind made up about most things. My opinions were fixed and I thought
My best me sees obstacles as opportunities for personal growth, because you get out of life what you put into
In Honor of Black History Month Harlem Renaissance Poet: James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938) You are young, gifted, and black
In Honor of Black History Month Harlem Renaissance Poet: Anne Spencer (1882-1975) Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee, and
In Honor of Black History Month Harlem Renaissance Poet: Claude McKay (1890-1948) Human dignity is more precious than prestige. Excerpt from
What if all things were created equal? Would it be a better world, or a less interesting one?
In Honor of Black History Month Harlem Renaissance Poet: Georgia Douglas Johnson (1886-1966) Your world is as big as you
My best me recognizes that words have power, so I will choose mine carefully understanding that sometimes you can say
I’ve learned that success looks like different person to person, that’s why it’s hard to truly measure it. Not everybody
Having this day off, has always given me a moment to say thank you for the many sacrifices that my
My best me strives to embrace the peace in patience, because progress is a process, and you have to respect that.
It took me a long time to realize that the only way I will ever reach my height is to never