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“What are you afraid of?”

"What are you afraid of?”, a question that can be super generic depending on whose asking and answering. I mean, I could go down a list of things I'm afraid of that would answer the question perfectly fine. Spiders, the dark, snakes, heck, I just had to turn the light on to watch the end… Continue reading “What are you afraid of?”

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How to comfort someone who is grieving.

One of the most challenging things to go through, particularly when you are an empath like I am, is to be there for someone while they are grieving. Its a tough balance to strike between caring for them while still caring for yourself. One cannot exist without the other, and it is not selfish to… Continue reading How to comfort someone who is grieving.

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Women love sports too, ​and it’s time we start acting like it.​

Since I can remember, sports have always been a part of my life. My older brother played basketball for the local park rec leagues, AAU, and his schools growing up. My older cousins, football, and basketball as well. I tried a little bit of everything, tee-ball, flag football, tennis, basketball, cheerleading (yes, its a sport).… Continue reading Women love sports too, ​and it’s time we start acting like it.​

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The thing about Fairytales and why it’s okay to still believe in them.

Sometimes I feel as though we give fairytales a bad wrap. And it's not because we grew up to find that they were giving us false hope but because in growing up our perspectives have changed. As kids, we are hopeful and optimistic, not yet tainted by the hardships of this world. We are born… Continue reading The thing about Fairytales and why it’s okay to still believe in them.

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An ode to Black women.

It can be difficult at times to be both black and woman. So much weight is placed on our shoulders. We endure with endless love and loyalty to our men, the cause and somewhere in there, we have to find space for ourselves. We are asked to be the backbones of our families while standing… Continue reading An ode to Black women.

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5 practical​ ways to keep your new year’s resolutions.

Alright, so we're a week in and the excitement of the new year is already starting to give way to the rigamarole of life. If you are anything like me, then this is probably the most crucial time of the year as it relates to maintaining and conquering my goals set for the new year.… Continue reading 5 practical​ ways to keep your new year’s resolutions.

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Well, hello 34! #BirthdayChronicles

Baby Erica Lynn As the clock strikes 12 to usher me into another year of life, I am both filled with lots of thoughts and feelings and on the other hand, not many at all. Reflecting on the year that was, 33 was not much of what I'd hoped it would be, but it certainly… Continue reading Well, hello 34! #BirthdayChronicles