Grace Enough

For years I’ve pondered on being consistent about writing. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve started a blog only to abandon it months later once I get very busy at work or life hits me with some major lessons.  Then I forget the password and how annoying is it to forget multiple times after multiple resets.. usually that would be my excuse not to bother.  As I look back, I know now why I was not consistent…. I was not being me. I felt the need to wear a hat to represent what I thought the world needed.  Truly that was not my place to do. That is why we have God. He knew us before we were formed in our mother’s womb.  He knows why He created me and I just had to yield to Him.   All I needed to be was me. Be the authentic Nogie that God had created me to be……”Write and see what unfolds and bask in God’s Grace.” — This is me talking to myself. Let me just say, I am taking a huge leap of faith here and I do with confidence because without faith, it is impossible to please God.  I rather please Him  🙂

So what’s Grace Enough about? Good question – often times we all just need a place to: vent, release, be encouraged, motivate, sympathize, connect, learn etc.  Grace Enough is going to serve that medium in the best possible way.  Yes its geared towards women (men are welcomed) , working women who are minorities, of immigrant descents, Christian women, women breadwinners, working moms….you get the gist. I can go on and on.  You will get at least one inspirational quote a day. And from time to time, you will see a blog post regarding careers, finances, spirituality, important statistics.. Yes I’m a numbers girl and I like data. I will also be on the look out for important seminars that may be of interest to you.  And you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions as it relates to God, Career and Money.. and if I can’t answer the question, I’ll find someone who can.  With that, I end this blog here.  Always remember that you have the grace to thrive in any situation.

Love always.


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Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton