Travel Diary: Toronto

Last month, I decided to take a trip to Toronto, which checked off my experience of traveling solo for the first time ever, which was scary but exciting. Initially, I was eager and ready to head to Canada alone, but once my day of departure got closer and closer I became a little nervous. The…

The “Angry” Black Woman and the “Misunderstood” White Woman

Back in January, social media was in an uproar over comedian, Monique’s request for her fans/supporters to boycott streaming site, Netflix. Her request for a boycott against the streaming giant was in an effort to take a stand on the gender and race inequality that has been affecting her along with many other women of…

Keeping Your Feelings & Self-Worth Separate

I saw the post above on Tumblr a couple days ago and I felt it. It was exactly what I needed to read at the time. Throughout life I have faced rejections, which I’m sure many of you have experienced as well. It can really kill your spirit to be turned down by a job,…

Happy International Women’s Day

This day is dedicated to celebrating womanhood along with our social, political, cultural, economic achievements and our significant contributions to society. S/o to us

Personal Growth 🌱

It’s important to better yourself, stay sharp and be well rounded. Regardless of age we should always strive to keep growing and progressing as people. Sometimes it’s good to take a step back, evaluate your priorities and work on yourself because we all know there’s always room for improvement when it comes to personal growth….

Date Night Ideas 

I wish I could’ve posted this in time for Valentine’s Day, but hey better late than never right? When you’re dating or even in a relationship it’s important to keep date night fun, refreshing and creative. Date night is the opportunity for you to get to know your partner genuinely and create experiences/memories with them….

I Finally Tried Korean BBQ 🍗🍤

For the longest time I wanted to try Korean BBQ and I finally got around to doing so last weekend. It was good experience, but it wasn’t necessarily what I expected. In the general Baltimore area there are two Korean BBQs. I decided to try the one with all you can eat first which is…

Travel Diary: New Orleans

I had a little technical error with my post on my trip to Nola so here it is again. Back in September, I went to New Orleans and stayed 10 mins outside of the French Quarter I stayed at an Airbnb for the duration of my trip. I was in NOLA for 4 days and my…

Tips for Traveling Wisely and Budget Friendly✈️💸🤓

I’m currently shopping around for a plane ticket deal for my birthday weekend getaway and thought it would be good idea to share my tips for traveling and booking on a budget. Here’s the list that I basically run through when I go through the process. Flight deals Snagging a decent flight deal and saving a…