Review: The Fishermen

First of all, my apologies for not releasing blog posts in a while. I feel like I have made these apologies way too many times🤦🏽‍♀️. I have been overwhelmed with work and recently, school. Trying to find a balance between all the things I love doing, making a living and growing up isn’t as easy […]

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Food For Thought

I sought out a financial advisor who told me to invest all my money. Now, the financial advisor was a novice & had no idea how markets worked. Well, at that point, she thought she did. Needless to say, I lost everything. 😔

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10 Inspiring Quotes + A visit to Madame Tussauds

Last Christmas, I visited Madame Tussauds as an adult (I was more fascinated by this attraction as a kid). Madame Tussauds is a wax museum with figures of artists, famous personalities and country leaders. Recently, I was scrolling through my photo library and came across these pictures I took back then. I thought of how inspirational […]

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 The Blog is 1🎈🎉

The blog turns one. Whoop whoop! I feel like a mother whose child just turned one (sort of, kind of). The blog turning 1 is an enjoyable experience and a reminder of the things that I need to get done, the habits I need to cut off (inconsistency) and the platform I hope to build. […]

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7 Courses Worth Taking

During my law class last semester, my professor mentioned the importance of taking a law class or knowing a few things about the law and our rights as customers, business owners and individuals. That statement inspired this post. Hopefully, this helps anyone who is trying to find an elective or is just curious to learn […]

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Fall, 2014

In January 2015, I almost got kicked out of school! After the academic probation letter, I had just ONE semester to prove to the school that I should not be kicked out. How did things get to this point?

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My Mama Taught Me…

All my life, my father was everything (this may be because I am a daddy’s girl 😁) and my mom was just MOM. You see, my mother (HC) quit her bank job when she was pregnant with me and became a housewife for over 15 years.  

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Reading For Pleasure

Growing up, I rarely enjoyed reading books although I did read a few books a year (to please my parents).  As I grew older, I acquired an interest in reading without being compelled to and this has not only increased my thirst for more knowledge and understanding but has also broadened my realm of imagination. […]

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Imperfect Perfections

Happy new year Everyone!! This is a simple note (and self reminder) that no one is perfect. Over the holidays, I got to spend time with family. I had an awesome time with my family, had a lot to eat and had a number of conversations with my parents. “You know, young ladies need to […]

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