The Mother’s Day Fiasco

Holidays in my family are nothing but pure comedies. You all remember the MLK day fiasco? Well, Mother’s Day is no different same hysterics, different relative. My mother is at it again, and honestly you’d think I’d know by now not to bother, but she is the love of my life, so I oblige. EveryContinue reading “The Mother’s Day Fiasco”

The Cost of Success for Everyday People

When it comes to the cost of success stories, I think a lot of the focus goes to those in the public eye, such as celebrities. We get insight into what that looks like according to their world. Some of us may then try to understand, yet it still feels so out of touch forContinue reading “The Cost of Success for Everyday People”

The Student becomes the Teacher

Entering my 20s was a confusing time. I was trying to find my place as a young woman. Midway through my 20s, I hit a rut. I wasn’t in the best headspace. I was working a meaningless job, barely making ends meet, and feeling stuck. Not to mention the weight of heartbreak on my shoulders.Continue reading “The Student becomes the Teacher”

On Today’s Episode of Kids Say the Darndest Things: The MLK Day Fiasco

After work, I went over to my sister’s house to give my nephews a little ice cream party. Since they were at their grandparents’ I hadn’t seen them in a while. As always, I missed them dearly, so when they blew my phone up while I was at work, I knew they were back home.Continue reading “On Today’s Episode of Kids Say the Darndest Things: The MLK Day Fiasco”

How to Jump Start Your Christmas Spirit

Public Service Announcement, Christmas is not canceled! Yes, it may look a little different this year, but we should feel blessed to have made it this far. The holidays are rarely about giving or receiving material things. The holidays are about laughing and smiling with the ones you love, including yourself. This season I wantedContinue reading “How to Jump Start Your Christmas Spirit”