It's been way too long dear reader and I truly do apologize! Since my last post, life hit me over the head quite a few times. We had some personal situations come up, still planning the wedding, and even had the opportunity to travel abroad with my good brothers. I've been praying a lot in … Continue reading I Haven’t Forgotten About You
A little note to the only woman who brought me into this world and take me out of it at the same time.
Words of Advice to the Class of 2017
Even in the darkness, there's some form of light....
A short note for my future child (boy or girl).
When YT people try too hard...
In a very short amount of time, time will come to a standstill as I watch my wife-to-be walk down the aisle in an all-white dress that took months to secure. We will be in front of family and friends, taking vows, and I might even shed a tear or two. There are approximately 2.3 … Continue reading 5 Lessons Learned While Planning a Wedding: Can’t Knock the Hustle
I'm so sorry, ya'll! It' been a very busy March and I know that I've dropped the ball in getting content out. Trust me, it's not because I didn't want to, but between school, work, and traveling for work, it's been a doozy of a month. Forgive me! It's only right that I come back … Continue reading #MelaninatedExcellence: Dana Ford
On Saturday, February 25, 2017, the world stood still for a moment. No, not because Ol’ Boy in the White House did something nice (that’ll be the day). Not because Drake dropped #MoreLife and definitely not because Sally Mae waived everyone’s student loans. I finished class and saw social media on fire because Remy Ma … Continue reading You Can’t Hide Behind Numbers Foreva
Each year after the Super Bowl, I forget that America quickly spends the rest of February on recognizing outstanding performances and albums in entertainment. This season is affectionately known as "awards season" and I typically do not really care about any of the awards to be honest. Now, there are a number of injustices that … Continue reading Moonlight is Lit!
Every now and then, the Interweb provides a thought-provoking nugget of gold that challenges me to reflect on my real-life experiences. Earlier this week, I hit the proverbial jackpot by catching watching actor, Michael K. Williams' short video about being typecast in Hollywood (you can check out the video here). According to Webster, typecast holds … Continue reading Is Being Typecast Just for Hollywood?