On January 25, I left my job, not knowing it would be my last day. After 18 months of various situations, my last day wasn’t even by my own doing. I left that day under the impression that my paid leave was temporary. That leave turned into two months, then a termination. As an educator, … More Losing My Job=Freedom
I had an okay weekend. Drank a lot of alcohol and cried less than I did last week. It wasn’t until I turned on the tv to watch my favorite show. I looked at my avatar next to his and realized I should probably sign out and sign up for my own streaming service accounts. … More Diary Of A Mad Black Woman
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 … More We Really Aren’t Friends Anymore
Hey You, It’s me again… I know I keep on walking out the door. Returning when I’ve gotten over everything you’ve done to hurt me. Yeah, I know I hurt you too but it was only because my heart couldn’t take being broken in two so I did everything in my power to hurt you … More TSS – Letter To My Ex Pt.3
Dear Ex, How have you been doing? I’m pretty sure not the best. Especially with you still calling me, looking for the sex; hoping I’ll be that ex that you can turn into your next. Things ended a long time ago, but for some reason you still won’t let me go. It’s been 12 whole … More TSS – “Letter To My Ex” Pt. 2
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 … More Acceptance
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!
“How you want me when you got a girl?” -SZA I’d say SZA said it best but trust me when I say I won’t be playing anyone’s weekend. I can’t count the number of times a guy I’ve dated in the past has expressed how much they want me but the whole time are in … More Have You Truly Moved On?
Once Sebastian realized that I blocked him on everything he started calling my job back to back, he messaged me on someone else’s Facebook and he started blowing up my phone. It was so obnoxious and scary. At that point I wished I never met him. He left me a voicemail basically saying stop playing, … More The Conclusion to it All
I wasn’t with Benjamin for long, but it felt like forever. Our relationship was eight months of me trying to change him and mold him into what I wanted… it was a fail. It all started the summer before senior year when Ben randomly added me on Facebook. We never really talked at school, but … More The Lazy One