“Are you okay?” “What’s up?” “What can I do to help?” Nothing. Sometimes, when you’re trapped within your own mind, it’s hard to have that tunnel vision everyone else seems to have, or advises you to acquire in desperate times. Instead of a tunnel, it’s a hole. You see the light, at the end but… Read More Two is Better than One
I hope you all are well and prospering! I see all of y’all at home with that post-semester glow! Everyone looks so enchanting and happy, and then there’s me. Still in dusty CoMo. Ever since I had came to Mizzou, I found every excuse to not come home. Hell, one reason why I chose to… Read More Home for the Holidays
With the Trump Administration trying to repeal DACA, I took it upon myself to learn as much as I could about DACA and immigration in the past few months. I’ve been reading stories of young people about the same age as me going through something I couldn’t even imagine myself going through. But after drowning… Read More The Me I Wish I Knew
Hello Darlings! I haven’t heard from you all in a while, and vice versa. I apologize, because that’s on me. I dropped the ball, because probably much like you, I’ve been straight BUSY for the past month. From moving in to my very own house with my best roommates (exciting, RIGHT!?) to starting my junior… Read More Remember, You Come First.
Like the most of y’all, I have Donald Trump blocked on everything. Lately, I’d rather walk away from the screen than to even look at the new nonsense that administration spews for the hour. Change the channel so I don’t have to hear anymore bullshit. I haven’t even bothered to pay attention to the newest… Read More I’m Tired, But I’ll Do It Myself.
“I just want a bigger booty.” Every day I scroll through my Twitter and Instagram timelines, ogling at the beautifully thick, round booties that I come across. The Beyoncé’s and the Serena Williams’ and Lala Anthony’s of the world. Don’t act like you don’t do it too! We all do it! I faithfully watch Dr.… Read More My Body is My Body, and is My Body Too.
You know you’re adulting in the real world when you realize that you’ve become overly aware of your surroundings and day-to-day interactions. I mean extremely aware. Shopping at the store, walking around your school, eating in a restaurant with your homegirls.. all things I’ve been doing, but it’s an entirely different experience now than it… Read More Black in the Office