It's hard to believe that 2016 is ending in less than 48 hours but here we are. Like many years, 2016, has been full of ups and downs. However, I'd have to say there were way more ups than downs for me. At the end of 2015, I started reading Shonda Rhimes book, Year of Yes, and vowed that I'd embark . . .
After the 2016 Presidential Election, so many of us started talking about the changes we wanted to make in our country to protect marginalized groups. Well now is the time to put your money where your mouth is and support those who are doing the work of social justice. This list is certainly not . . .
This post contains affiliate links. I receive a small percentage when you purchase through my link. Little known fact: When I was a freshman in undergrad, my residence hall put on a production of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Isn't Enuf. One of my hallmates dared me . . .
This post contains affiliate links and I will receive compensation if you purchase through the links. Before Women's History Month started I came up with an idea to write letters to women who have influenced me in some way. However, like most spring semesters life took over and I didn't get around . . .
This isn't the post I planned to write today. It's certainly not the post I want to write today. I planned to write a post that showcased this year for my family, but I can't stop thinking about the families of Tamir Rice and Sandra Bland. I can't stop thinking about the fact that 2015 seems to have . . .