• 25 Daily Affirmations for Black Women
    The words we speak give us power we never imagined we could have. I encourage you to take the chance and speak one (or all) of these phrases into existence.
  • How To Start Your Self-Love Journey
    “To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself.”~ Thich Nhat Hanh *Disclaimer: This …
  • 5 Ways to Reduce Your Social Media Use
    However, once I deleted the app I had no desire to redownload it. This is what began my 30-day social media detox.
  • Financial Stability as a Form of Self-Love
    “I want freedom and stability… a very big life made up of the very small things.” ~ Meg Fee I came to college with the …
  • Let’s Talk About Disordered Eating (NEDA AWARENESS WEEK!!!)
    To wrap up NEDAwareness Week (National Eating Disorder Awareness Week) I wanted to share a bit of my experience with disordered eating. Now, the two are NOT the same, but related and its important to discuss both.
  • I’m Living in a Fantasy World
    I’m living in a fantasy world, within myself. I go to my happy place through shower karaoke, Coconut oil on freshly shaven skin, Digital snow …
  • Let Me Take a Moment to Be an Emotional Black Woman
    Let me take a moment to be an emotional Black woman. Let me close my eyes for only a moment and blink. Let me breathe …
  • Headed In the Right Direction
    Something about feeling genuinely happy motivates me to keep this feeling alive. I’ve finally found myself all over again. After four months of starting full-time …
  • How I Moved On With My Life
    “You can spend minutes, hours, days, weeks, or even months over-analyzing a situation; trying to put the pieces together, justifying what could’ve, would’ve happened… or …
  • I Made Self-Care a Priority as a College Senior
    “Breathe. Let go. And remind yourself that this very moment is the only one you know you have for sure.” ~Oprah Winfrey Can you believe …
  • How to Practice Self-Care as a College Student
    “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes…Including you.” ~ Anne Lamott Junior year was full of many expectations about …
  • July 4th: Getting Stuff Done
    “The objective of cleaning is not just to clean, but to feel happiness living within that environment.” ~ Marie Kondo As a mental health advocate …
  • How to Find Yourself in Your Twenties (20s)
    Life is short and it’s up to you to make it sweet. ~Sadie (Sarah Louise) Delany. First off, Happy Juneteenth. Second off, I did the …
  • Describing Myself in Three Words
    There are many words I’d use to describe myself. I believe that I know myself well enough to be honest about who I am. It comes with being an introspective introvert.​
  • Top 5 Resources for Future School Psychologists
    The simple reason I want to become a school psychologist is because I want to help children.
  • 2020 Vision Board
    I have many goals, many visions and needed to find a way to express as many of them as possible for this task.
  • Life is Not a Fairy Tale
    I learned during high school that the expectations I had for myself, and for society as a whole, were unrealistic.
  • Tohru Honda: My Role Model
    This list can go on for quite some time, but for now this post will focus on one of my fictional role models: Tohru Honda from Fruits Basket.
  • How to Stay Productive When You’re Stressed
    Quite frankly, there are no blogs that I read regularly. After creating this list, I think I’ll change that.