My Life Be Like

Anger Management – Kid’s Edition

Photo by Ketut Subiyanto on Pexels.com I never thought I would be teaching a 6-year-old how to manage his anger but here I am noticing an apparent change in my son. His emotions are way more intense than I'm used to and I'm not the only one noticing. It's like one day he woke up… Continue reading Anger Management – Kid’s Edition

My Life Be Like

Dear (Insert Your Name Here)

Life requires us to perform an overview on those around us. We get use to the comfort of people, places, and even ourselves that we forget to acknowledge our appreciation. If not our appreciation, then just our growth or changed perception. Sometimes our actions aren’t reflective of the words we have in our hearts. Our… Continue reading Dear (Insert Your Name Here)

Life

20 Nice Things I’ve Done

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

Go Awf!

Don’t Touch my Weeeeeed!

  As we know the cannabis industry is growing tremendously as more places in the U.S begin to legalize medicinal and recreational marijuana. There has also been a rise in YT “progressives” capitalizing off of marijuana by starting lucrative businesses. All over the country people are opening dispensaries, and promoting their cannabis businesses on Instagram.… Continue reading Don’t Touch my Weeeeeed!

Hidden Gems

Meet Melaysia Sekai

I met Melaysia about a year ago on Instagram. Scrolling around I came across her page and seen that she had just recently self published her collection of poetry "Butterfly." At the time I still hadn't even thought too much about how I would publish my first book. So I started mini stalking her to… Continue reading Meet Melaysia Sekai

My Life Be Like

The She Series – “Hey Ladies”

Hello Ladies! Today on The She Series, I'm going to leave you with a little affirmation. When writing my poetry book, The Diary of She, it was important that I not only show my flaws and open up about my feelings but to also help uplift and inspire other women. This poem is a reminder to… Continue reading The She Series – “Hey Ladies”

politics

Candidate Profile: Bernie Sanders

Background Born in Brooklyn 77 years old Jewish Father came to the US from Poland and mother was a US Jew Graduated from University of Chicago in 1964 with a Bachelors in Political Science Resume 37th Mayor of Burlington, 1981-1989 Congressmen ,U.S. House of Representatives for the State of Vermont, 1991-2007 U.S. Senator 2007- present… Continue reading Candidate Profile: Bernie Sanders

Hidden Gems

Exploring Brooklyn: Yadain Cultural Solutions Edition

As it now comes time for another segment of Exploring Brooklyn, I've found another word of mouth spot that I decided to go check out- Yadain Cultural Solutions located in Bed Stuy. Yadain specializes in natural skincare and beauty for all skin types, with a variety of products like face washes, body washes, soaps, whipped… Continue reading Exploring Brooklyn: Yadain Cultural Solutions Edition

Hidden Gems, interviews

Meet Modeling Sensation, Bola Gbadebo

Bolawa Gbadebo, 26, is a Nigerian model from Chicago who recently won the face of Luster Pink. She has been modeling for three years and has a plethora of upcoming projects in the works. Check out our exclusive interview with this talented queen below.   At what moment in your life did you realize you… Continue reading Meet Modeling Sensation, Bola Gbadebo

My Life Be Like

“I’ m Not Obligated” : Why Taking on Other Peoples Problems is Not Your Job

If you're anything like me your friends and family are your top priority. Almost to the point that they come before you in almost every aspect. You are there any time they call. You lend them money any time they need, help them move, or just listen to them “vent”. But then at the end… Continue reading “I’ m Not Obligated” : Why Taking on Other Peoples Problems is Not Your Job