Happy Valentine’s Day to all that have learned lessons about how beautiful & hurtful love can be. Cheers to the professors and students of Love!
Tag: Lessons Learned
I love You…I never truly loved Hym, but it’s too late.
Finding Beauty PART 1: Lesson from a Cut
The first week I had my new cut (Teeny Tiny Weeny Afro), was the Thursday before Thanksgiving. It was cut a little lower than I had preferred and I felt my confidence reach a new low. I thought I resembled a rapper from the 99 and 2000.
In elementary, I decided at school that I would go by the name my family calls me…Becky. This was the nickname I’m called because of my middle name. This name assisted in me also being called “white” as well. If you remember reading A Type of Different Pt.1″acting like a white girl”, I explain how
So yeah, I was different because I had been exposed and not exposed to many different things. The lives of my classmates were different from mine, so we were all different from each other. But why were my differences being called out?
On New Years Day until today, I actually reflected on things that I learned about myself last year. I usually don’t do that, but in my attempt to become an adult and find growth within myself, I thought this could possibly be beneficial for this new year. Here are 11 things that I have learned in 2017:
Remember back in elementary school, when it was important to follow the rules of gender or your classmates? As a little girl in the 1st grade, I definitely felt this way. Not in everything, but in some things. I can remember during this time, realizing that I liked the color blue. I was told that
Words are important. They are powerful enough to bring a novel to life and resonate good vibes to your soul through music. There is an honesty with words that can bring joy and pain. This honesty can praise and they can damn. Growing up you may have heard the saying “Think before you speak”, “Watch
Dear Diary, I am currently at a workshop for my job, and in front of my seat at the table was a flyer that says to “follow your dreams”. It was meant as encouragement for the faculty, but for many of us, this job is no longer a part of the dream we want to