Faith in frustration

Hello everyone! Earlier this week, I wrote a post about my experience as a Black woman in America; which actually stemmed from a conversation I had with a church friend. In the past week, I have had so many friends reach out to me who: were curious about my experience, wanted to educate themselves about […]

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This is America

Hello everyone! I contemplated sharing this in its entirety, but as the days passed, I knew I had to share with with others. What’s going on in America seems like a nightmare, I can hardly believe this is my reality. However, when we learn about each other’s stories, we can debunk stereotypes and assumptions, and […]

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Finding Hope when It Seems Hopeless

I realized the urgency in sharing the Gospel with those who don’t know God. I am standing on the promises and faithfulness of God, while others are losing their balance during the uncertain times of life and need God’s help.

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And the award goes to…

Hey everyone! Sometimes, when I was younger, I would watch acceptance speeches at award shows. Some of the award winners would come on stage and say, “first I would like to thank God…” And I said to myself, that if I ever won an award, I would say that too. Why? I’m not sure, I […]

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I Moved Back…

Hey everyone! Being an adult is hard. I know I’ve mentioned on here how we cannot go through life alone; and it’s true. If you ever drive through New Jersey, you will find out that you’ll need an attendant to pump your gas. At work and at school, you’ll need others to explain complex matters […]

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What is BuJo?

As with all trends in life, I am late to the party. I have recently jumped on the bandwagon of bujo or bullet journaling. Bujo is a creative way to organize your life, from school to work. Where traditional planners fall short in providing all the necessary elements for your life, bujo gives you the freedom to put whatever you want in it. If you want to learn more about bujo, click the title to continue reading.

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My Friend Martin

Hey everyone! In honor of MLK Day, here are 5 Things I Admire about Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His resistance to retaliation in the face of adversity. I believe it is incredible — that he and many others during the Civil Rights era — did not fight back while being sprayed with hoses […]

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The Way that I See It

A woman from my book club recommended that I should read “Between the World and Me,” by Ta-Nehisi Coates. This has been the best book that I have read this year. The descriptive language painted a vivid picture, while also appealing to my pathos. Click the link to read what else I had to say about this book.

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