On Twitter tonight, one of the trending hashtags was #TheseLyricsChangedMyLife. Being the music fiend that I am, I had to jump into that conversation. Soon after, I started thinking about life and how music plays such a vital role in my survival. Music has always been my safe place, and I need it almost as … More Which music artists have had the greatest impact on your life?
Everyone, meet Pudgie. Pudgie is my roommate’s dog. If you didn’t know already, my roommate and I dated eons ago. Although I’ve always liked Pudgie, I wasn’t as fond of her when my roommate & I were a thing. She seemed a little too spoiled for my liking. However, after a year of living with … More Four things you can learn from an over the hill pug
Although I grew up in the South where family is everything, I wasn’t born with the family bug. I was close to my immediate family growing up, but I never felt the need to develop that same bond with my extended family. The fact that all my aunts, uncles, and cousins lived hours away didn’t … More Letting go of toxic family members
For a good hour last night, I was on cloud 9. The one and only Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott had actually liked the comment I left on her latest Instagram post. I couldn’t believe it! Half of the time I comment on a stranger’s post, they don’t even acknowledge it. Celebrities….forget it! So, I was thrilled … More How Missy Elliott can inspire us all to be a little bit kinder today
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At Georgia Tech, I am surrounded by students (myself included), who are consistently complaining about the amount of work they have to do or how much they are dreading the amount of studying that awaits them. It has become so commonplace to accept studying as an inevitable evil that dooms us all…
Happiness is a choice. I have a wooden placard on the bottom of my entertainment center with that exact statement engraved on it. Although life can throw situations at us that cause uncontrollable unhappiness, for the most part, I truly do think happiness lies in our own hands. I’ve mentioned before that I battle with … More Happiness (Part 1)