Some days are harder than others. Some days I still get upset seeing everyone else moving on and I am still reliving everything that has happened through the last month. Although I am reliving the memories of everything I have gone through, I see the memories in a different light now. At first, I see … More Allie, I’m Sorry…
I don’t have a title for this post because I honestly never thought I would post something like this, but lets get into it. Most of you know since coming to my blog that I have been on this self-love journey of dating myself. Some people start off by loving their selves before they love … More
The biggest lesson I learned as I overcame my toxic relationship was to know what I deserve. There were so many times I bent over backwards for the one I loved that I ignored that the same energy, time, and effort wasn’t being reciprocated. I thought it was my fault he couldn’t give me the … More My Biggest Lesson Learned
Today I smiled, quite big actually, at the fact that God has been looking out for me since I was a child. I didn’t notice any of it until today, but today is better late than never. When I was young I dreamt of so many things that I wanted to accomplish when I would … More Manifestation at Its Finest
I was just at my cousin’s house last weekend. I tend to visit her as much as I can when the time presents itself. She lives quite a ways away from me, so it’s something I try to do at least once a year. I woke up in her guest room last weekend and laid … More A Blast From the Past
I have always wanted a significant other to travel with me. To explore the world and everything this green Earth has to offer. I have this list that I add to every year. It’s my 3-5 year traveling plan on all the places I want to visit. When I visit a place on the list, … More What’s It Like Traveling With Your Significant Other?
Sitting in church yesterday, the preacher’s sermon talks about waiting. How as people, most of us are not good at waiting. Whether it is waiting on God, waiting in traffic, or waiting for your turn in the chaotic grocery store line. Whatever it may be, most people don’t enjoy the wait. As the preacher is … More Appreciate the Wait
I constantly used to think about what stage of life my ex would be at in the future. Would him and his new girlfriend be married with children in a year? Would they live together like we planned to? It used to eat at me and make me exhaustingly depressed at where he could be … More Where Will YOU Be in the Future?
During my year alone I thought I would be completely healed before God opened the door of dating for me. But that wasn’t the case even though that would have been nice. Sometimes I catch myself in a similar situation or conversation and it takes me back to the horrendous situations I lived in during … More Not All Men Are the Same, Remember That
I used to ask my married friends all the time, “How do you know he/she is the one?” Every single one of them would respond back, “When you know, you know.” What kind of sorcery is that? That’s not a real answer. Well it wasn’t the answer I wanted. It didn’t help me out at … More When You Know, You Know
Since my six month check in, a lot has changed. When I wrote my six month check in on March 25th I thought I had figured out this whole dating myself challenge, but God has a way of making life exciting and giving you blessings you have given up on. Little did I know that … More A Lot Can Happen in Six Months
My cousin and her fiancé have been to Cancun before, but as for my boyfriend and I we had no idea what to expect, let alone what to pack. I immediately went to Pinterest to find Cancun packing lists but found that every single one was two pages long. We were staying for five days … More Packing List for Cancun, Mexico – Men and Women