I'm here to teach you something new or expand your mind in a neutral aspect.
Oh and I wrote a book called, Inglorious Ink, now available on Amazon
What Every Writer Needs To Know Before They Publish Their Book
Hey there writer, I know what it's like to want to write a book, then go back and forth in a twisted tango dance in the self-debate for the publishing process.
My Mom Was A Makeshift Firefighter
As I’m sitting here reminiscing about these days in June. I think about some of the memories that I have in the month of June, and one of those memories is one that I haven’t thought about extensively for a long time. When a very serious event happened in the summer of 2013.
These Clothes Mean More Then Just Being Worn
Clothes make our identity and surge the self esteem, but does it play a part of our history? It's just a piece of material right?
I Went A Week Without Wearing A Bra
I have something to get off my chest, and one of those things is my bra. I did a piece similar to this where I talked about when I went 27 days without shaving. I've been slowly changing my ways as a woman to not follow what has been drilled into me to do in my evolution as a woman. After stopping the stress of shaving, knowing it wouldn't change how I look. The second embedded habit I wanted to test was how it would effect me physically and mentally by not wearing a bra.
These Are The Tunes Of My Teenage Days
Music is my therapy, my escape, and my way of being understood when I couldn't explain my pain. I'm sure there are others that mention some of the same songs I'll be reminiscing about. These songs helped others out like it helped me get through troubling times. But the stories I have for these songs is different, I'll never forget what these songs did for me, how I found them, and the routines I had when I would escape into the world these songs immersed me into.
Let's Go Back To The Days of The 1980s
The 80s is my favorite decade, I never got to experience that being born in 1995, but I can appreciate what that decade did for ten years in the transition from the 70s. When I was little, my mother still had her clothes from her days in the 80s. I got to see her bright colored shirts and puffy sleeve dresses. I got to wear her scarlet shoulder padded dress around the house. As I got older, anything I wanted was on my retro radar from music to movies. I listened to the one hit wonders and watched all the movies to see the styles. For two years in a row at my high school for the decade day of spirit week, I dressed up as Don Johnson from Miami Vice. I wore white pants, a bright blue shirt and a neon green blazer, and of course, I had a pair of ray bans to finish the look. If there is a style that I want to see make a comeback in the trends, its the looks of the 1980s.
Stripping Away The Beauty Armor
Makeup is like war paint, clothing is like armor. Those are just things we put on our body to decorate ourselves. They do serve a purpose for expressing personality and boosting self-esteem when used in an non-obsessive way. But they do not define women (men and non-binary too, I don't want to leave anyone out).
The Life Handbook: Tactics, Turmoil, & Tools
I'm turning twenty six this month, I've gotten through almost 60% of my twenties, and it was a rough patch of adulthood for me. I had to know what I wanted to do, and how I had to buck up and battle through. The past four years of my adulthood has been a test of : independence, perception, perspective, and perseverance.