Don’t die in your cubicle.

So my friend and I were definitely on the same page with this post. I started a similar post and was so excited to post it until I read Christian’s. She made some greats points that I agreed with. Loved it so much that I wanted to share this with my readers.

P.S. I’ve been slacking a bit to work on other things but I’ll be making more posts soon. Love my queens!

Write to recover

We all have dreams of working for ourselves. We have dreams of creating amazing inventions and changing lives, but as always, life gets in the way. I’ve always wanted to be a writer. From the time I wrote my first poem in 3rd grade, I knew that God had gifted me a very special obsession with words. It was amazing and I’ll never forget when that connection become my rock.

Unfortunately, life happened. I made some not so great decisions and the consequence was not being able to be a writer full-time. I wound up in some customer service positions and after years of that torture, some way I ended up in insurance follow-up. That’s right, for the past couple of years I have been de-escalating calls and educating people on the difference between deductibles and co-insurances. I’ve upgraded to a nice little cubicle that often makes me feel…

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