Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Power, Weekly Bulletin

February’s Bulletins: Thinking, Responding, and Gaining Knowledge

Last month’s bulletin topics were focused on thinking, effective ways of responding, and gaining knowlege while interacting with others. As we move toward a more respectful and effective way of communicating with others we first must listen to what others have to say, don’t just hear to respond, but listen to understand. Contribute to the conversation and effectively come to a consensus. If we are to be more peaceful, logical, and respectful contributors to society we must push to gain perspective and knowledge.

Learn to listen.

Learn to stay quiet.

Learn to understand.

Make connections.

Feel empathy.

Respect people who do not share the same experiences as you.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Weekly Bulletin

January Bulletins: Support

January Bulletins:

Support as you interact with others. The way you respond in sensitive situations will allow for healing and growth for the ones listening. Learn to understand in the process of supporting. Effective supporting comes with time, patience, and thinking. Use language thoughtfully. How you say something is as important as what you say and when you say it. Support in your body language and in your gestures.

Support even when you feel you don’t need to. Always support and be a helping hug or compliment. Love in your support.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Love, Potential and Worth, Power, Self-Care, Self-Talk, Weekly Bulletin

Mass Bulletin Board: 2017 in Review

January: Control
February: Perseverance and Confidence
March: Purpose
April: Self-Acceptance
May: Self-Care and Self-Appreciation
June: Talent and Creativity
July: Love
August: Moving Forward, Progression and Transformation
September: Empathy
October: Compassion and Kindness
November: Strength and Power
December: Endings, Beginnings, and Continuations

Building  perspective is what builds character and what allows you to move to the realm of transformation.  To understand others is to understand yourself in a community and as an individual. To understand control, perseverance, confidence, purpose, self-acceptance, self-care, self-appreciation, talent, creativity, love, moving forward, progression, empathy, compassion, kindness, strength, power, and what it means to continue, end and begin in order to transform into yourself. While you look into yourself, how you experience life, and what it means to build your identity in your individuality is to explore yourself in concepts and ideas.  Who am I? What do I like? How do I love? How do I become better? How do I work on my mental health? How do I grow?
















Continue in your life, in your journey, and in your purpose.  Being alive is a purpose in itself. Be yourself. Build yourself. Love yourself.



Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Power, Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin Board December 2017: Endings, Beginnings, and Continuations


As you embark on something new, ending what is bad and continuing your growth, be healthy and help yourself. Be kind to yourself and be powerful. Be more of yourself everyday. Grow to love your purpose and journey as it grows as you do. Who you are will never leave. No matter where you are in your transformation, you are where you need to be.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Power, Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin Board November 2017: Strength and Power



You give yourself your strength and you give yourself your power. Your power and strength is based on your ability to know yourself in every level, aspect, and perspective. As you grow yourself, you grow your strength and the more powerful you will become. Strength does not come in complacency so work on yourself daily, grow in your own shoes. Become yourself. The more of you that you become, the more power you will then see.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin Board October 2017: Kindness and Compassion


Kindness and compassion are choices.  Choose to be kind. Choose to be compassionate.  Let others know that they are not alone and can get help.  Practice empathy in kindness and feel empathy in compassion.  Validate someone else’s existence and experience through your use of compassion.

Also practice self-kindness and compassion.  Respect and value who you are.  Just as someone else can hurt you, you can also hurt yourself.  Watch how you interact with yourself in the ways you think and what you consume.  Fill yourself with ideas, foods, thoughts, drinks, and perspectives that are healthy for you.

Choose to build on kindness and compassion in order for them to be who you are.  You are kindness and you are compassion.

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Bulletin Board September 2017: Empathy



Empathy is more than feeling the struggles of others. Empathy is a connection and a bond between those who feel empathy and those that empathy is acted upon. Empathy can be painful as well as fulfilling as it builds the awareness of the empath to open their perspective to the suffering and also happiness of those who do not share the same life and experiences as their own. Empathy means to understand and be aware of the spaces, people, and circumstances that surround them. Empathy is a heightened sense of self and self-awareness. Empathy is feeling, knowing energies, and having the ability to identify and console the hurt and pain as well as acknowledge and appreciate the happiness of people and environments.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Potential and Worth, Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin Board August 2017: Moving Forward, Progression, and Transformation


Moving forward comes with transformation and letting go. Don’t feel guilty for being better and doing better. Take steps in progression.

In the process of transformation and moving forward:

  • There are times where you will be uncomfortable.
  • You will come face to face with your biggest battle/struggle/obstacle
  • There will be pain
  • You will be hurt
  • Sometimes you will doubt yourself/something you thought you believed
  • Your perception will change
  • You will become liberated mentally/spiritually/emotionally
  • Freedom will look differently
  • You will understand more the challenges of others as well as your own
  • You will ask questions
  • You will be different

While you move forward and transform, there will be times where anxiety will strike you.  You will notice that you see the world differently. Don’t be afraid of this realization. In that moment you have broke free from the chains of complacency.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Love, Potential and Worth, Self-Care, Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin Board July 2017: Love


Love is complex and love is diverse.  Love is individual and love is multifaceted.  One must love oneself and love another. Love does not need reasons to exist.  Love is accepting, it is patient, and it is unconditional.

Love is not like other emotions. Love is active. Love is a process and love progresses. Love takes time. Once love is reached, however, it must be maintained with sacrifices and compromises because, if you haven’t noticed, we are trying to love people of different lives, cultures, lifestyles, pet peeves, and experiences (when building relationships). We are trying to build love and acceptance. Love cannot just be left alone or forgotten. Once love is built than taking it down causes major psychological issues. Love goes all in. But love also gets tired. Love must be mutual.

Love for oneself is as important as loving someone else. You are the most important part of your life. Loving yourself is extremely essential to your growth, prosperity, and progress. Knowing that without you there is no life to live is what makes love so pivotal. Its not selfish to put your own well being first, its necessary.

Continue in love. Progress in love. Understand in love. Love is needed. Continue to love.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin Board June 2017: Talent and Creativity

               Talent and Creativity

June was about finding one’s talents, accepting one’s process and understanding that everyone has a talent. Talent is in no way cliche and creativity is in no way general. Both talent and creativity is specific to the individual associated with that talent using their creativity. Everyone has a talent as a way and manifestation of their life and circumstances. Discover your talent as you discover yourself. Continue to discover and accept that you have something to offer. Be out of the box. Show someone, somewhere, that they are not alone, that your talent is a reflection of how you cope and dealt with your circumstance. By you showing your talent, someone else can find theirs.