I think it's safe to say that 2020 really threw us through a loop. Not only did a worldwide pandemic happen but we all were forced to stay inside with ourselves for 3 months. Yikes. Some of us were forced to stay inside for three months with our partners. Double Yikes. And if you had… Continue reading You don’t have to sprint through 2021. A jog will do.
The Lost Girls by Heather Young is the type of book where you tell yourself, "Oh, I'll go to bed after this, just one more chapter," and then you can't sleep because you can't stop thinking about it. In short the book is about a six year old girl, Emily Evans, who vanishes from her… Continue reading The Lost Girls by Heather Young is Something Else
I was skeptical about the entire situation of reading Gabrielle Union’s We’re Going to Need More Wine. Was it a self help book? A memoir? I have never in my life read a self-help book despite easily reading a book in a week. So I was nervous. I mulled on the idea of renting this… Continue reading Gabrielle Union, We Are Going to Need More Wine: A Book Review
I'M GOING ON VACATION. Let us all thank the Gods because 2020 has been absolute trash and I need to leave.
Alexa, define deductible, co-payment and co-insurance. K thanks.
Health benefits? Health insurance? Vision insurance? Premiums? All this makes me really not want to be sick.
By the grace of God, the Gods, whatever you may believe in, I am graduating with a Master's Degree in December! I'll finally, FINALLY, be done with school and I can get into the real world. Which is all fun and well but as I've been going through job sites and considering applying, I've realized… Continue reading Being an Adult: What in the hell is a…
I think we can all agree that we're a bit stressed right now. There's a global pandemic, human rights are at stake for multiple groups and we have murder hornets. Freaking murder hornets. AND IT'S ONLY JUNE. As an empath, I feel emotions much harder than others. Many people think it's one of my best… Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Destress
No baby, Abraham Lincoln didn't do it all.
I saw this post on Facebook. And I had some food for thought. It was shared by one of my best friends and before I even read the entire post, I knew what it was about. "Don't punish the behavior you wish to see" it said and moments from my childhood came flooding in. The… Continue reading I Can’t Wait to Parent Through Encouragement