The Women That Helped Me Got My Life Together (and they can help you too)

Hello world, After a year of blogging and creating vlogs, I am a huge fanatic when it comes to watching and learning new content. In the current social media landscape, there are so many creators and influencers to follow. I believe our exposure to these individuals has been more expansive, and they can influence the … Continue reading The Women That Helped Me Got My Life Together (and they can help you too)

How I Cleared My Skin After Years of Suffering From Acne and Scars

Hello world, Oh puberty, the time when Mother Nature shows up at our front step, cursed us with cramps and hormonal acne. If you are blessed with flawless skin, I truly admire your genetics. Acne and scarrings were the pitfalls of my self-esteem and confidence. I spent my middle years up until college battling acne, … Continue reading How I Cleared My Skin After Years of Suffering From Acne and Scars

Five Toxic Relationship Signs You Need to Know

Hello world, Relationships, you love them and can't live without them, but they can sometimes cause heartaches. As a twenty-four years old youngster, I have had my fair shares of dating and long-termed relationships. Many of them tended to end on decent terms, with the exceptions of a few that left me scarred. I know … Continue reading Five Toxic Relationship Signs You Need to Know

A Guide to Start Therapy for Young Adults

Hello world, A few days ago, I had a conversation with a close friend of mine about starting therapy and focusing on self care. She is looking for a trustworthy therapist to discuss her previous and current emotional difficulties. I was shocked to learn that she was going to be paying $125 for a 40-minute … Continue reading A Guide to Start Therapy for Young Adults

A Guide to Attending Your First Protest

Hello world, Following my personal promise to support and educate myself on Black Lives Matter, I joined my friends on a peaceful protest hosted by UNC Charlotte. On Saturday, June 6th, I took to the streets to protest for Black Lives Matter along with 1200 other UNC Charlotte students. My first impression? POWERFUL. I was … Continue reading A Guide to Attending Your First Protest

Why You Should Start and Continue Journaling

Hello world, Throughout my life, I've always been quite independent and alone. I grew up as an introvert, so I tended to keep to myself most of the time. I was scared of being judged or being an inconvenience to others, so I always bottled things in. My safe space to express myself was my … Continue reading Why You Should Start and Continue Journaling

How to Spoil Yourself During Time of Month (PERIODT).

Time of the month, AKA T.O.M, Mother Nature's gift to humanity, can single-handedly pause everything that I have planned for weeks. Some of you may find it relatable to plan a nice vacation just to have it ruined by your period. And before the worst part happens, we often experience a whole week of premenstrual … Continue reading How to Spoil Yourself During Time of Month (PERIODT).

5 Tips to a Successful Virtual Interview

As technology is getting more advanced, virtual interviews have provided many employers with many benefits. Compared to the alternative of flying potential candidates to offices, virtual interviews are more cost effective and more convenient to set up. With the current COVID 19 pandemic placing restrictions on traveling and social distancing, virtual interviews are even more … Continue reading 5 Tips to a Successful Virtual Interview

5 Things I Want To Do After COVID 19 is Over

As I am constantly checking the news for COVID 19, anxiety has made itself comfortable in my daily life. I've been so eager to fly through the weeks, hoping that the next week will deliver better news. After looking through a few blogs, I came across Jenny's blog, from Jenny in Netherland, where she shared … Continue reading 5 Things I Want To Do After COVID 19 is Over

5 Skills Everyone Need to Know Before Graduating College

Hello world, Graduation season is finally here for many college students. You've finally made it through four years of college, you've finally applied for your graduation, and you are a few days away from your diploma, arguably one of the most expensive pieces of paper you've paid for (willingly or otherwise). Many of us would … Continue reading 5 Skills Everyone Need to Know Before Graduating College