Category: Advice

Ode to being happy (Thanks Jimmy Greenfield)

*I have been thinking a lot lately about this blog. How I somewhat abandoned it because other things got in my space. But writing makes me happy.  This blog was once something that felt glorious and exciting to me; I miss that feeling. I owe Jimmy Greenfield a big thank you for allowing me a platform to... Read more »

You know you're a millennial when....Part 1

While grocery shopping is one of my favorite hobbies (for real, I categorize my grocery list), I’ve been having trouble making it a priority lately.  Between tying to keep my house clean and organized, making time for working out, taking care of extra work responsibilities, and buying fresh food, I’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed. It... Read more »

If you're gonna do it, do it for you

There’s nothing more empowering that setting a goal for yourself, and reaching it.. BY YOURSELF. If you’re the type of person that feels this type of empowerment all the time, you’re lying. Nobody reaches major life goals all the time, and you shouldn’t. Life goals should take place over the course of a lifetime. Not... Read more »

8 things I now know to be true after a 2 week family staycation in Chicago.

Just a little background info: this was a 2 week staycation between the Southside and the Northside of Chicago.  There was a rotating gathering of family and friends involving my immediate family which now includes: my parents, 4 siblings, 3 significant others, and 5 nieces and nephews who are 5 years old and younger. In... Read more »