Go Off, Sis!


Yes, you! GO OFF, SIS! If you are wondering what that means, it means that you are doing fantastic with whatever you are dedicating yourself to right now! You are going to get that new position or that big bonus! Whatever it is that you are focused on achieving, it is YOURS!

With March being Women’s History month and today being International Women’s day, I felt that it was absolutely necessary for me to express who I am and why I know that we are the most amazing beings created!  So, let’s begin with, “Hey guys! I’m Kristen Spearman!”

“In Him we have boldness and confident access through faith in Him.” ‭‭Ephesians‬ ‭3:12‬ ‭HCSB‬‬

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Indispensable Quality

I have a small confession! I haven’t finished reading the second part of my book The Purpose Driven Life this month. Although I would have loved to have already completed it; the truth is that I just haven’t done it yet. The good news is that April is not over just yet! I have been kicking back and relaxing with lots of other fun items this month though! Bring on the fashion, culture, and Essence!

I have a one year subscription to the magazine from a purchase I made in February, but the silly part of it all is that I don’t recall what I bought. Either way, I am thrilled that I have been able to get these directly to my home because it makes it that much easier for me to read. So first, I have to make it my business to point out these AMAZING covers! Ava, Oprah, Renee, and the other “woke” women of today are looking absolutely stunning. This edition highlighted a lot of very powerful and inspirational women, but the one that most stood out to me was Ava Duvernay’s piece. I felt more connected to her interview than any of the others. Per the usual, I had a couple of takeaways from reading her spread and here they are:

1. Work, work, and work some more until the people I admire are admiring me and my works!

2. Learn to be fully prepared, organized, and clear about what I want and how I will achieve it.

I felt that these were obvious, advice worthy takeaways, but I believe that the more you see it, read it, hear it, the better!

 Now, quickly, I have to address some of the fashion that was featured!

These earrings are giving me so much life! I LOVE a good tassel or fabric infused earring. These are so sassy! The color is perfect, don’t you agree?

Bomber jackets!!! THEY WILL NEVER DIE! I don’t care if it’s winter, summer, spring, or fall; the bomber is light and trendy enough for all seasons! And who doesn’t believe in “good vibes only?” I am sure that is all we want around us, so why not wear it?

Hope this was a fun read for you! Until next time!




Purposely Driven!

Oh yes! Book number three for 2017 is officially being completed! This particular book, The Purpose Driven Life, written by the great Rick Warren required a different reading approach! At the beginning of the book he asks the reader to read only one chapter a day. This allows you to read, learn, and internalize the information to meaningfully apply it to your daily life.

So, here’s a part one review of The Purpose Driven Life and what I’ve learned from my daily readings!

I was drawn to day six or chapter six (whichever is preferred). It’s entitled “Life is a Temporary Assignment!” This was a very eye opening and motivating portion of the book! Strangely enough, in my previous book review chapter six was my favorite too! Maybe that’s my new lucky number, who knows?

Per the usual, I never want to ruin anything for those that are interested in purchasing the book, but I totally make it my business to share my takeaways from it.

1. Life is extremely brief and it is only a temporary residence.

2. The more God gives to me, the more responsible he expects me to be. It’s like that saying, “To whom much is given, much is required.”

3. It is not about me – – focusing on just myself will never reveal my life’s true purpose.

4. Obedience unlocks understanding.

5. Genuine friendships are built on disclosure, but bitterness is the greatest barrier to friendship.

I am absolutely thrilled that I have been able to commit to something that is making me a better person to others, meanwhile nurturing my spiritual journey! It takes 40 days to make something a habit and I’m more than positive this is why Rick Warren asked his readers to read once a day over a forty day span. Be open to change, be open to learning, and lastly be open to improving yourself!