5 Steps to Have a Successful Semester.

First Day of working on my second degree.

10 Things to Expect from my book, Syllabus: Self-Improvement

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Syllabus : Self-Improvement is a workbook in a form of a 90 Day Devotional that will bring awareness to yourself. With each subject, it will reveal things that you have overcame and need to celebrate and or things you still need to work on. This book is not your typical devotional as shown below.

  1. Reflection questions– you will be asked a questions related to the topic, space will be provided below to answer.
  2. My reflection response- I walked the walk, I did the devotional with you to let you know you are not by yourself on this journey. With my reflection response you will learn a little about myself and the obstacles God brought me through.
  3. Celebrate the wins- You are going to realize a lot of accomplishment that you have achieved and didn’t know until you wrote it down. Celebrate and reward yourself for each and every growth.
  4. Improvements- We are not perfect and there is always room for growth. You are going to come across days where you would say to yourself I know I need to do better with this one because I am not all the way right.
  5. Scripture– The Scripture of the day will show you what God had to say about the subject.
  6. Prayer– Putting in your request for correction and praise for the victories.
  7. Crossword puzzles– Will force you to do a little research in the bible. Knowledge is power.
  8. Word search puzzles– to add a little fun and educate on the specific topic of the day.
  9. Poems one by Richard Cole– another form of expressing the wonders of the King
  10. Drawings to color by Justine Diegel– Adult coloring is always something to enjoy.

I want to here your testimonies and provide in dept tools to work through every subject of this book. Stay Tune for First Day in Class session where we will be going over the Syllabus.

For now, purchase your book HERE.

Self-Published Author

My first self-published book is now live on Amazon.

How do you feel?

I feel excited because it was something I have been trying to complete for a few years now. I feel nervous because I am spilling some tea about myself, being vulnerable with the world with things that God brought me through. I feel honored for the people who bought the book and or going to buy the book to work on self improvement. God showed out with this one.

What’s next for you?

I have more books in me that will be in your hands sooner than you think.

Thank you


“Asantee’s book really helped me get through a tough time, and I read it right on time. What resonated with me the most was when she described the different stages of grief and the importance of calling on God to help you get through. The devotional was also very well-written and designed. I’m looking forward to reading more books from Asantee.”

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Are we close?

I thought we were close.

Have you ever been in a friendship or relationship and feel like you were with them but they werent with you? Like he/she was your friend but you a stranger to them?

You sit back and think, I thought we were close?

Yea, tragic!

Close can mean so many things, you could be close by blood, mentally, physically, emotionally or by surroundings.

I thought we were close.

A bridge can symbolize a relationship, each person at the opposite ends. What puts the bridge together is love, quality time, investment, sacrifices, communication etc.

I was holding on to someone who didn’t want to hold on to me. I was holding on for dear life.

Holding up my half of the bridge praying he would eventually meet me half way. He would start building but never finished.

If I kept holding on to that bridge, I was going to fall with it.

This could look like being unequally yoked, toxic relationships, parental relationships, friendships and family.

This may not only happen to you but your kids, your best friends, your brothers and sisters.

So what did you do?

Im glad you asked… I had to release my hands and let the bridge fall.

I had to drop my expectations, I believed he and I were better than this, I believed he and I were closer than this.

This was no easy task, I cried a couple nights. I have experience death in a form of someone leaving this earth. But death in the form of a cut off relationship and still breathing hurts more.

But what was at risk? I was, my well being, my sanity!

They sleep well at night and so will I.

I speak on how I dealt with relationships, friends and family in my book Syllabus: Self- Improvement, a 90 Day Devotional.

I’m giving you the tea!

Available on Amazon July 27th, 2020.

Ecclesiastes 3:6

“a time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw away,”