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We are the sum total of our experiences. Those experiences – be they positive or negative – make us the person we are, at any given point in our lives. And, like a flowing river, those same experiences, and those yet to come, continue to influence and reshape the person we are, and the person we become. None of us are the same as we were yesterday, nor will be tomorrow.

B.J. Neblett

About this blog

The purpose of this blog is to:

  • Spark
  • Inspire
  • Motivation
  • Encourage
  • Influence
  • Up lift
  • Boost
  • Create a guiding light
  • Provide example

I started blog because I wanted create an outreach and build others up. In hope by sharing my experiences and how I overcame those difficult times. I can inspire you to speak your truth and realize your strength to overcome your trials.

As humans we can be emotional and sensitive. Here’s a rundown of the seven universal emotions: Anger, Fear, Disgust, Happiness, Sadness, Surprise, and Contempt. Though we are hardwired to express them, we need to learn how much we can control and manage life.

I believe it’s important to seek understanding of one’s history. You will notice in some of my blogs, I reference a little history to help you understand.

Anyone can criticize, condemn, and complain but it takes character to first understand

What 23andMe says about me…

Growing up my parents told I am Hmong; the race who has no country or homeland.

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About the Author

I am a Hmong girl, the first generation born in the United States.

Since I was a little girl, I was often told to “Be a good girl” as I prepare to be a nyab. To be a good girl meant I was expected to follow rules, act nice, and never talk back. Throughout my entire childhood, I heard this over and over. I were punished for jumping down the stairs, but on the other hand my brothers was rewarded for jumping down the stairs without falling.

I am sure many of you can relate. I want to share with my personal journey and how I over came those trials. Please comment and share your personal journeys and how you keep your head above water.

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