Reading Time: 5 minutes As more universities commit to online classes because of COVID-19 both high school and college should students shouls seriously consider community college!
Reading Time: 4 minutes Personally, I travel to learn about and experience the world—not to obsess over my physique. But while you will never see me pass up a chicken alfredo or a mai tai, I also try to prevent binging unnecessarily while on vacation. Here are some simple, easy tips to not maintain Continue Reading
Reading Time: 5 minutes I’ve been in the “influencer” game since 2013, specifically in the travel niche. In no way am I an expert in influence (anyone who says they are is lying), but I’ve seen my fair share of the good and bad of this work. And inevitably, the ambition to build our Continue Reading
Reading Time: 5 minutes This year I was invited to attend Curl Fest NYC as media and see for myself what this curly conference had to offer. I listened to speakers, danced in the concerts, stuffed my bag with as many freebies as humanly possible, and most importantly was surrounded by other beautiful, black, Continue Reading
Reading Time: 4 minutes Group chat that has a minimum of 50 new messages at all times. An assumed invite to every dinner date, movie, mall-trip, and hangout session. Being intuitively associated with 8 other people when one of your names are said aloud. You and your friends receiving, “Hey, where’s (insert one of Continue Reading
Reading Time: 5 minutes Yesterday I auditioned to be a TEDx speaker. I’m only 23-years-old, and I was the youngest speaker auditioning by about 20 years. My ultimate goal is to encourage other young people to seek risk and seize opportunities like this, but these tips will be general enough for anyone to use Continue Reading