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My Passion for Blogging

My Passion for Blogging

What’s your first thought about bloggers? Freebies? Advertorial? Events? Freeloading? Give away some free food, drinks, cash vouchers or whatever and you will see tons of them. This is what people think of… Read more »

Cover Your Brand: Managing your Image on the Web

Cover Your Brand: Managing your Image on the Web

Early this morning I was lurking on social media. I usually check Instagram first. I saw a young lady post a picture of her wearing something “handcrafted.” I knew where… Read more »

Not Feminist Enough?

Not Feminist Enough?

After a recent exchange with a friend, it was called to my attention that some felt like AGT wasn’t feminist enough. I asked her what she meant and she told… Read more »

6 Things I’d Tell My Introverted Undergrad Self

6 Things I’d Tell My Introverted Undergrad Self

During my first day on campus I was overwhelmed by my naive, unbridled enthusiasm and the intense anxiety that always comes with meeting new people in a new environment. I remember my mother’s face when my parents realized they actually had to leave me on the campus all by my lonesome…a campus that was less than an hour  away from our home…. Read more »

Reading Rainbow, Come Back

Reading Rainbow, Come Back

Today I found out that LeVar Burton is trying to bring back Reading Rainbow. It was a wonderful program that was beloved by many and encouraged many children to want… Read more »

Q & A with Performance Artist and Comedienne Kristina Wong

Q & A with Performance Artist and Comedienne Kristina Wong

Thank God for extended cable, because if it wasn’t for my family’s subscription to Bright House, I probably would have never stumbled upon Kristina Wong. We try to make a… Read more »

What We’re Into This Week: Wes Anderson, James Joyce, and Moon Hooch

What We’re Into This Week: Wes Anderson, James Joyce, and Moon Hooch

Wes Anderson This summer, I’m catching up on all the movies I didn’t have time to watch during the school year. And the books I didn’t have time to read…. Read more »

How to Make Friends in College!

How to Make Friends in College!

Like most people, I had grand plans for my first day of college: I would breeze into the school, my braids whipping in the wind, and I would stand in… Read more »

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