Month: October 2016

2017 Planner Pick

We are getting close to ending this fabulous year, and with two months to go, don’t let finding your 2017 planner get you in a frenzy. Since I am an avid fan and shopper of their leather travel journals, I decided to invest in the planner too. Check out Mochi Things! The 2017 Journal J Planner is a super cute and well made scheduler! The 2017 Journal J Planner is a dated planner that covers 14 months from November 2016 through December 2017. The 2017 Journal J Planner includes a total of 192 pages divided into the following sections: 6 pages of Intro 1 page of Personal Information 2 pages of Calendar (2017 – 2018) 2 pages of Yearly Plan 28 pages of Monthly Plan (14 months) 122 pages of Weekly Plan (61 weeks) 14 pages of Patterned Note 14 pages of Plain Note 3 pages of Map (World & South Korea) The 2017 Journal J Planner is designed with Weekly Plan pages following each set of Monthly Plan pages. This allows you to plan …

Jacquie Yo

Author, Blogger, Journalist and Writer Head journalist at, frequent contributor at and leading content coordinator at, Jacquie has created her own lane in journalism. Jacquie has also recently published her second book, a biography on the life of Patti Palamidessi in The Other Four-Letter Word. Taking her love for writing and music, she created to embrace the talent living in Sacramento, Ca in 2009 and spent two years at Sacramento State University College Radio, KSSU, as a Hip Hop journalist/personality for the Get Low Show. She also lends her knowledge of the industry as a public speaker and volunteer for urban independent arts. For more information on all things Jacquie Yo click here –>

One Year – An Intro to Self Discovery

I lived in silence for well over thirty years. I could not scream loud enough for my ears to hear my needs. It was last October that I decided to break my silence. I can tell you everything that led up to that specific moment that begged for attention to be paid to ME, but that will require more than one blog post to explain. What I will share, is what this last year of self discovery has taught me. I was the type of person that put everyone’s needs before mine because I knew that I could help and handle whatever roadblock was being produced in another’s life. I, humanly, could not sit by and see another crashing into mental disruption or emotional torment. So I helped, always keeping in the back of head, “Treat others as you would want to be treated.” If I had my own problems or conflicts, I detoured in order to not deal with the immediate need to repair my path, I had become the fleshy blinking hazard lights …