About this Blog

I love quotes and have been secretly collecting them for a long time. For me, quotes express the power of simplicity. A good quote makes you take a moment to think about its meaning and application to your life; a great one can completely change your line of thinking.  I have a short attention span and a bad memory so a good quote is the perfect brain food for me.

I created this blog to share with you a piece of me as I evolve as a person and try to navigate the ups and downs, and twist and turns of life. It is my hope that each post will make you take a moment to reflect on your life, your self and your relationships with others.

Please share your favorite quote(s) with me and any insight on its meaning, and application to your life. Perhaps your quote will inspire a post. Email quotes to: evolutionoftanisha@gmail.com

This blog will transform as I transform and I will be changing the name accordingly. I hope you enjoy the journey as it unfolds. I will chronicle the changes below:

January 2009  – Uenemployed. Now what?

October 2009 – Employed. Now what?


3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Domonique McCord on June 12, 2009 at 8:02 AM

    Hey….I’m so PROUD of your for taking steps to live life to the fullest…I know I’ve said it before but you are officially my “therapist.” You challenge me to not only think critically about my next steps but then to TAKE ACTION! Dillon and I will be setting up our Skpe account today…See you in Spain!



  2. Posted by Natasha on June 25, 2009 at 1:41 PM

    I loved your posting– love the Paulo Coelho quote and well, I am with you 100% onthe PDA– it’s beautiful, and people should appreciate it more.
    A little story to share– when I first came to live in the US I had been taking English lessons for approximately 8 years and the first time I listened to the radio in San Diego I wanted to cry compulsevely because I had NO IDEA of what they were talking about (and everybody else in the car was laughing!) So since you’re in to the quotes, here’s one: “The best thing about the future is that it only comes one day at a time” abraham lincoln.
    Did you read “Eat Pray Love?” — what’s your address there? I want to mail you something…



    • Posted by Tanisha on June 25, 2009 at 2:27 PM

      Natasha, I love that quote! I will add it to my files. It’s so timely for me because, even here, I’m still anticipating the future. I haven’t fully relaxed yet. I did read Eat, Pray, Love and loved it! I think you have inspired a future post with your quote.


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