I love life & everyone in it! I have realized what I really want to do with my life; Write!
So, I'm an Ghost Blogger, Content Writer & Generalized Creator based in Texas and I write about...Life!
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Take Me Serious;
I do not work in so-called corporate America. However, I am over some pretty hefty decisions in my career. I work in customer service for a nationwide 3PL company, and I have my own writing company #KristinaWrites where I handle social media/blogging for an array of customers. Where it feels as if I make upwards of 30,000 decisions a day; why is it so difficult for some to accept my decisions over a man? I am seeing this firsthand far too often; and it is irritating. Is it that my decisions that are respected less than a mans or is it me that is respected less than a man? Either way, I need to talk myself off this cliff right about now.
Is there Normalcy after Losing a Best Friend?
You see all the necklaces and bracelets that coin the term “best friends forever”. But is that really true? I used to think that it was. I had a best friend for over 20 years and now the only time we speak is when she sends me the occasional text message asking for money. You might think it is easy just to text back, no. However, it is literally the hardest thing for me to do. I loved my best friend like the sister I never had. That was until she opened the door to addiction. She quickly became addicted to many different illegal substances. Knowing that is not my life, I Just as quickly distanced myself from her.