The Lost Girls by Heather Young is Something Else

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

Gabrielle Union, We Are Going to Need More Wine: A Book Review

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 Can’t Wait to Parent Through Encouragement

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

Real Thoughts About the Coronavirus Situation

Well to be quite frank dear readers: This whole situation sucks. And I mean sucks big time. So I've decided to write this post because people, and especially people my age, tend to push our emotions deep down inside because that's what society says to do. And you know what? That's bullshit. So as a… Continue reading Real Thoughts About the Coronavirus Situation

It Couldn’t Be Me: Episode One : Yes, a BSU Professor Called the Cops on a Black Student

Heyoo! I literally disappeared off the face of the planet, I know, I'm sorry. But I have a special guest to make up for it: Kyle! He's decided to finally do our first podcast episode with me. It's not that long, the audio isn't that great but we're doing our best. Our first episode focuses… Continue reading It Couldn’t Be Me: Episode One : Yes, a BSU Professor Called the Cops on a Black Student

Iran-U.S. Relations: A Timeline to Where We Are Now

***Everything in this post is fact. All events will be linked with verifiable sources. This post does not reflect my opinion on the situation or Trump's choices, rather it gives readers information for them to create their own opinion. If you believe something is wrong on this timeline, or something important is missing, feel free… Continue reading Iran-U.S. Relations: A Timeline to Where We Are Now

2020: Follow Your Passion

Cottonbro on Pexels New year, new you. New year, same you. New year, for the love of God USE YOUR TURNING SIGNAL. Sorry, got off track there for a second. Anyways, whatever your new years resolutions, goals, beginnings and ends are, one of them better include finally following the passion that you've been putting off… Continue reading 2020: Follow Your Passion

5 Crazy Things That Happened on Halloween

Happy Halloween! If you know me well, you know I love spooky season and that Halloween is my favorite holiday, even though I don't watch horror movies, I'm afraid of clowns and I'm afraid of the dark still. So, it's only right that I looked up some of the creepiest, or just plain wrong, things… Continue reading 5 Crazy Things That Happened on Halloween