My Life Be Like, poetry

If You Left

Photo by Fillipe Gomes on Pexels.com Life is short but the journey to happiness seems never ending.  You take ten steps forward just to take ten back. Starting back at zero, wondering if there is anywhere left for you to go. Should you start over again or let it be whatever it’s going to be? You say… Continue reading If You Left

My Life Be Like

My Childhood in Rio

When I first arrived in the United States in the summer of 1998, my mother and I lived in my uncle's house in Berkeley, California. He had sponsored our tourist visa. After picking us up from LAX, he took us to Disneyland and Universal Studios, before we made the six hour drive to his home.… Continue reading My Childhood in Rio

My Life Be Like, poetry

Triggered

Photo by Vladimir Palyanov on Unsplash The sound of your voice sends me into a rage.  Days of seeing your face I wish I could erase.  Being in your presence is about as uncomfortable as walking pass a group of men outside of the corner store.  Everything you say makes my heart race but not… Continue reading Triggered

My Life Be Like

Running Back To An Ex… Don’t Do It!

Photo by Avonne Stalling on Pexels.com On several occasions I've found myself running back to what's and/or who is familiar to me and it most cases the outcome has always been the same. I'm sitting there regretting making a U-Turn to go back to the place I've left for a specific reason, wishing I would… Continue reading Running Back To An Ex… Don’t Do It!

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Severed Ties: Don’t Update Me on People I No Longer Eff With

In my 29 years of life, I’ve broken ties with plenty of people. As we all do in our lives. Some on good terms, some on bad terms. I’ve even left a bad taste in few people’s mouths upon my departure. Yet, they’ve always been warranted and needed most times. I’ve always been an advocate… Continue reading Severed Ties: Don’t Update Me on People I No Longer Eff With

My Life Be Like

Don’t Be Tacky On Zoom

As Zoom has becomes our new classroom, it seems people have been a bit too lax. There is a level of professionalism that we must carry ourselves with — even on Zoom. Many people have complained about the rules that are set forward by schools and colleges, but they are necessary. It is important to… Continue reading Don’t Be Tacky On Zoom

Hidden Gems, Reviews, sexperts

Finding the Best Vibe: Orgasm Motor Magic Wand Massager Review

Welcome to Finding The Best Vibe w/ Misha Frazier! I’ve partnered with BestVibe.com to give y’all the ins and outs on some adult toys y’all might want to add to your collection🙂 Enjoy and I'll keep you updated! Click here to order the Orgasm Motor Magic Wand Massager! https://youtu.be/6vZGcTIIEGE

My Life Be Like

Blurring Lines

Find work that you love so much it becomes your life. Among the two full time jobs and the three part time gigs make it a point to seek out creativity within your inner passion while you keep hustling. Two out of seven recommended smoking a satisfying amount of cannabis to cope with extensive work… Continue reading Blurring Lines

Hidden Gems, Reviews, sexperts

Finding the Best Vibe: Thrusting Power Telescopic Penis Review

Welcome to Finding The Best Vibe w/ Misha Frazier! I’ve partnered with BestVibe.com to give y’all the ins and outs on some adult toys y’all might want to add to your collection🙂 Enjoy and I'll keep you updated! Here's where you can find the Thrusting Power Telescopic Penis! https://youtu.be/EUEe93dfGeE

Hidden Gems, interviews

Paz Ellis on the plight of Citizen Children of Immigrants

When thinking about immigration, it’s easy to focus on the plight of undocumented and dacamented people, as if they were the only ones affected by America’s immigration policy and climate of hate towards immigrants. I am guilty of viewing the citizen children of immigrants as lucky and carefree Americans. That started to change the day… Continue reading Paz Ellis on the plight of Citizen Children of Immigrants