At some point in our lives, we’ve been exposed to people that aren’t who they appear to be. Sometimes they’re our friends, coworkers, or even our family. They show up to our events, like our posts, and even give their “genuine” advice. They appear to love us so genuinely. However, all love isn’t what we… Continue reading Fake Love is Flattery
After two long years I've finally gotten around to releasing the sequel to my very first novel, "Let's Be Friends," and I feel so accomplished. When I first created this novel it was meant to be a short story. I was going to keep it to myself, but the more I kept going back to… Continue reading The New Book “Let’s Be Friends…Again” is Available Now!
Although I've stopped being friends with people in the past, this most recent friendship dissolution definitely hurt me the most. It happened about a week ago and I still can't process that she won't be in my life anymore. I keep reminding myself that everyone is not meant to be in our lives forever. It… Continue reading We Really Aren’t Friends Anymore
Photo by Russell Ferrer on Unsplash I remember being younger and watching shows like The Real World, Big Brother and American Idol. These shows had real people with real issues and real talent. They weren't full of drama but were fun to watch, kept me entertained and didn't drain me from all the toxicity being… Continue reading Reality TV: How Far Is Too Far?
In 2009, I met someone in high school that I quickly connected with. She was funny, open minded, studious and very supportive. For the first time I felt like I could be myself and didn't have to act a certain way in order to be accepted. She was extremely kind, fun to be around and… Continue reading The Inspiration Behind Dominique
Hey ya'll! I typed this back in 2017, but never posted it. I found it in my emails while looking for something else so decided I might as well share! The last five are new ones I just added. Enjoy and make sure you share your thoughts! 1.Sent someone a care package after they… Continue reading 20 Nice Things I’ve Done
Guest article provided courtesy of: Going by the old school definition of what domestic abuse and violence can be is a major crippling factor to the level of help victims can get. This is why the definition has been expanded to mean cases of control and power play that could lead to negative psychological,… Continue reading Digital Abuse: How Technology Can Help Victims/ Survivors of Domestic Abuse
I've learned a lot in the year of 2019. One important thing that stood out this year is acceptance. I've learned how to accept energy and control it. Learning how to accept your own flaws and mistakes can do a lot for you spiritually and mentally. As a 21 year old black woman, I'm… Continue reading Acceptance
I find it funny how people classify you in one light never allowing the thought of growth. The process of growth is always measured at the pace you allowed to take it in. And truth be told not everyone is ready to grow up or be GROWN! The past few years has been such a… Continue reading I’ve Changed and You Stayed the Same
Hey everybody, I hope y'all missed me! Thank you for continuously supporting me and my work! I know I dipped out without warning, but moves were (and are) being made. This episode of Misha's Room is a little different. I finally watched the Netflix Series When They See Us (directed by Ava Duvernay, one of my creative role… Continue reading Misha’s Room Episode 9: When They See Us