18, 11, 2016
It’s not uncommon for me to have an existential crisis on a weekly basis. That’s what we millennials do; we Snapchat and stress about the meaning of our life, our purpose, our goals, the usual. So of course this week couldn’t go by without me doing so.
14, 11, 2016
My friends and I love to hang out in the city. There’s way more to do in Atlanta than in my small town just outside of the city (OTP for you native ATLiens). Plus the view is amazing.
I’ll be honest, of my group of friends, I’m know the least about the best places to hang out. I have a few hot spots that I like, but when it comes to knowing the ins and outs of Atlanta, my friends take the cake. But even with that knowledge, we still have a hard time picking a place to go on the spot. I know you guys have this same experience.
31, 10, 2016
I had to borrow a line from my favorite character from my favorite show for this one!
Earlier this month, I chatted a little bit about my month long break. During that time I had a moment where I just couldn’t deal. I felt like the weight of the world was crashing on me and that my life was moving faster than I could keep up with. I was dropping the ball in every area of my life. A simple task like laundry or cleaning my bathroom became daunting because it was another item on my to-do list; one I knew I would never get to. It wasn’t just about the tasks I had to complete on a daily basis, but the emotional and mental energy that each thing required and people pulling at me all the time.
17, 10, 2016
It’s National Boss Day (or National Boss Appreciation)! I bet you guys had no idea this even existed. I really appreciate my boss and have a great relationship with her, so I keep this day on the radar to send her over a quick ‘thank you’ for everything.
It’s no secret that I want to be an entrepreneur and I know many of us ‘millennials’ do too. So we tend to hate our day job or at least long for the moment we get off so that we can run home and chase the dream. Even if you love your job, it’s easy to see it and your employer as an obstacle to conquer on your way to your own empire. It doesn’t have to be like that. Your job, and your boss, can be a great propeller in helping you reach your dreams.
10, 10, 2016
It’s been about a few months since Teyana Taylor showed us all up in the Fade video. Side note, I’ve always known Teyana Taylor was bad but how did I not see that video coming. Like, who’s beating that post baby body — I digress.
07, 10, 2016
I’m back. By popular demand.
I’m sure most of you have forgotten about me because that’s how the Internet work. If you ain’t posting, nobody’s checking for you. Fingers crossed that some of you were curious about where I’ve gone.