Today is Mental Health day. Although I have not blogged in such a long time, I thought I would write something to encourage everyone to keep going. I’ll start by saying: if you’re here, there’s a reason why, so please don’t give up. Life gets super hard. We all have a million things going on.… Continue reading Love More 🌹
In 2 months from now, I’m going to be 25 years old; and ughh it makes me nervous to even think about it. Lol. Though, it feels like it was just yesterday that I was running around getting in trouble because I was that annoying kind of child. I have been on this earth for… Continue reading What being 24 taught me : F%*& everybody
Hey world!! This weekend, I’ve cried more than I can even count; I know, I know, some of you will be shocked to read this. Depression is real, Ladybugs. It is usually hidden behind the largest smiles or the loudest laughters. I had not truly experienced depression until my dad died.… Continue reading Hey You !
Why no one ever tell us how crazy we would feel in our 20’s? Instead, they led us to believe that we will have everything figured out by then. So, here I am: 24, single, and not even married; according to society, I should be by now, though. lol. I mean, even though I'm not… Continue reading Should we feel guilty?
Lesandro Guzman's death On June 21, 2018,many people and I woke up to a video, a viral video showing a teenage boy being murdered with knives and machetes by six other young men. I watched in horror as I saw this boy, later identified as Lesandro Guzman, being dragged out of a local grocery store… Continue reading Have We Failed Our Youth ?
Carimi once upon a time, and presently Kai. Richard Cavé has captivated the world for the past decade through Carimi and now Kai. He has a degree in finance, from Baruch College, The City University of New York but always had a passion for music before the world knew him as a lead singer or… Continue reading Richard Cavé: Success doesn’t come easily .
Have you ever met someone who you're not even close to but somehow, touches you or impacts your life in ways others never did before? Not too long ago, I got the news that a Haitian priest, Joseph Simoly, that I truly admire died. When I got the text, I frankly thought it was… Continue reading Hommage to Père Joseph Simoly