Earlier this week the internet was sent into yet again another frenzy when singer Ciara posted a clip of a sermon by pastor John Gray on her Instagram and twitter pages. The clip was approximately 60 seconds long, followed by the hashtag, #Levelup, which enraged women all over the country, which I personally found absolutely … Continue reading News Flash: If you ain’t trying to get married, then John Gray’s message isn’t for you
Sometimes I think that dating in the 21st century is one big cosmic joke, and on Saturday, the joke was on me. My dating life is starting to imitate my art. I’m currently writing my first feature film, which is a romantic comedy. One of the love interests of my main character happens to … Continue reading The time I accidentally went on a date with a Trump supporter
The ugly truth that people fail to realize or understand about depression, is that it doesn't discriminate. Depression doesn't care if you're a man or a woman. It doesn't care about your race or your age. It doesn't care about where you live or how much money you make. And it surely doesn't go away … Continue reading The ugly truth about depression
Lights, camera, action! I'm producing my 1st short film and need your help to make it a success. “Angela's Awakening” follows a woman who feels as though her life is falling apart right before her eyes. After losing her job, failing at being a stay at home mom and not living up to her expectations … Continue reading Let’s make a movie!
There has been a lot of discussion and controversy surrounding the remake of Alex Haley's miniseries, "Roots," which portrays the harsh reality of American history. The rapper Snoop Dog took to Instagram on Monday to share his disapproval along with many others that feel this time period should be forgotten or at the very least, … Continue reading Why boycotting “Roots” won’t heal the black community
Yesterday I went thrifting and my life has been forever changed! I have friends who swear by shopping at thrift stores. They all have different styles that I love! I always say I’m going to give it try and I'm so glad I finally did. At Park Avenue, I purchased a blazer, a cute … Continue reading 4 Reasons you should shop at a thrift store
One thing that I've learned as a writer is that you never know when inspiration is going to hit you. I love the spontaneity of my imagination! I could be lying in bed drifting off to sleep when my characters start calling out to me about this or that. Or I could be sitting in … Continue reading Ready or not, I’m going to find you
Its funny how your life can change when you least expect it. I went to the doctor because I was fighting a pretty bad cold and received information that would forever change my life. "Are you pregnant?" the doctor asked with a slight smile as she pressed on my stomach. "No," I answered with as … Continue reading Girl talk: my fight with uterine fibroids
What would you do to make your dream come true? Better yet, what wouldn't you do? I've been asking myself that question ever since I decided to pursue my writing career full time two years ago. And this week, my journey has taken me on a new adventure. I entered an online contest to … Continue reading Bringing my dream to the big screen!
On Friday I received an unexpected compliment that sent me into a bit of a tailspin. And if you're wondering how that's possible, let me explain. My teammates at work decided to give awards out to our training class for surviving our 12 weeks of training together. And during that time, we've all learned quite … Continue reading On dating: women choose, but men decide