Cicely Tyson has passed away at the age of ninety-six. The Black community mourns another legend. I have seen countless celebrities on social media share what Cicely’s life meant to them or how they felt to see her on the screen. She felt familiar, she felt safe and she felt empowering. Cicely Tyson will be … More We are in a Transition
We can’t keep doing this. Or maybe I should say I can’t keep doing this, because it’s just starting to become toxic. I help you become a better version of yourself without even have known or met you before. These one sided conversations that we have without even making noises with our lips. Why even … More Cure For Anxiety
I’ve always considered myself someone who doesn’t like change. It’s easier for me to stick with what I’m used to and comfortable with, because the idea of change gives me anxiety and I begin to fear the unknown. In recent years I started to realize that living this way has kept me in a box. … More JANUARY= ADAPTING TO CHANGES
A resolution is a firm decision one makes to do or not do something. At the beginning of every year, the majority of us express our resolutions only to spend the next 365 days struggling to maintain them. Most of us just forget about our resolutions and go back to our old ways a few … More 2020 Vision No Resolution Needed
As soon as one thing wasn’t going right, it seemed like everything around her was going wrong. She found herself stuck in a room with no escape. The walls were closing in and the ceiling crashing down. Her heart started racing, hands shaking, and mind wondering. How was she going to escape this prison of … More TSS – “All Falls Down”
Thank you so much for reading all my articles up to date. I’m so excited to type this article about my experience as a black millennial. I’m going to get vulnerable in this article and tell my story since I’ve been out of college since 2018. If you are family member reading this then you … More A Black Millenial’s Post College Experience!
Hey guys! It has been about two months since I quit my full time job at the dentist office so I feel like it’s time for an update. Since quitting my job, having more time has made a lot of things possible for me: I was able to accept a contract to write my first … More Life Update: This Is Hard
When I was growing up and going through puberty my mom noticed that I started having an interest in girls. I have this theory that you’re not really black if you first started liking girls and the first things your mother told you wasn’t , “Don’t bring no goddamn white girl up in my house.” … More Black Marriage: What Happened to Getting Married and Settling Down?
This new neighborhood didn’t come with a warning. That eviction notice was disguised in the form of a coffee shop, it fooled us into thinking that things were looking up for us. Neon lights in my hood, shining on blocks that were named the most crime infested streets in Brooklyn. Now they ride their bikes … More New Neighbors
On New Years Eve me and Lina met Sebastian and his friends at a rave in Oakland. That night ended up being a total disaster. His friends were being annoying AF and he and I ended up arguing over something stupid… at that moment I knew 2016 would be a shit show. Since I lived … More The Sociopath (PART 2)