The Beginning of a Powerful Movement in Black History

Black History Month is now among us, and as we use this month to commemorate powerful leaders and trailblazers amongst the African American race, I believe this should also be a time to pay tribute to those who unfortunately lost their lives to unjustified crimes, and the power and strength of a community to grow … Continue reading The Beginning of a Powerful Movement in Black History

Just a Few Gems I Keep Close.

There is no shame in needing. Sometimes, you have to cry for no reason to find peace. Sometimes, life is hard. Life hurts. And it can suck. But it gets better with time. Time truly does heal all things; let time consume your pain. You have to dig deep for happiness; it's ok to admit … Continue reading Just a Few Gems I Keep Close.

My 2019 Message

One thing I've reflected on heavily in the beginning days of 2019 has been the aspect of regret, and missed opportunities. We oftentimes take things for granted; people, opportunities, even material things. We think that people will always be there, that opportunities for growth and positivity will always come our way. We take our journeys … Continue reading My 2019 Message

A letter to 2019.

I went through some very interesting circumstances this year; some that I've never been through before, some even that I have barely been ok enough to talk about. I wasn't always being 100% for the important people in my life. I wasn't present for a lot of people I love this year. I wasn't present … Continue reading A letter to 2019.

How To Take Care of The Right Brain

Many times we talk about self-care, and how important it is to take time out to yourself (it is actually a requirement of mine). What we don't think about, is to how to also take care of our creative mind. It actually is quite simple, as a lot of the thing you would do to … Continue reading How To Take Care of The Right Brain