Throughout the decades, we've seen trends repeat themselves-- block heels, bell sleeves shirts (the boho looks), afros, and more recently chokers. What about the reappearance of hair clips? I don't mean banana clips, or those chop-sticks girls stuck in the middle of their hair bun. I mean those little design clips that you would use to … Continue reading Hair Clips…Making a Comeback?
I've been thinking a lot about communication. In the generation where the hottest topic or activity stems from a mobile device, personal time is quickly invading quality time. Interpersonal skills are becoming harder to identify, while "insta-famous popularity" is ubiquitous. It makes one question- how do you establish and build a solid relationship with no … Continue reading 5 Communication-Keepers for Your Relationship
It has been over a year since my last post. Let me just say that 2015 has been a very eventful year! I officially graduated from my Home by the Sea, Hampton University, with my B.A. in Strategic Communications, which is actually a Public Relations degree, with a much more well-rounded curriculum. This degree allowed … Continue reading Welcome back, Writer
The New York Police Department sent officers to France to simply visit the memorial of the officers whose lives ceased during a terrorist attack on the satirical magazine company, Charlie Hebdo, last week. While this displays a sense of support from the U.S. to a long term ally, it speaks volumes about the concerns (or … Continue reading What I have to say…
In the classic argument between man and woman, when is someone suppose to close mouth? How can this be done without the other's ego feeling that he or she will never have to mature and reach a compromise?
The season of graduation is fastly approaching, some can expect to be out and on their own as soon as December. Are we ready? Thousands of young adults graduate from college with no plan on how they will get into that dream job. A word of advice- the first job is never really the "dream … Continue reading Climbing the ladder?
As the 2016 year comes into view, the presidential candidates get their markup, setting up offense and defense campaign mechanisms for their opponents, as well as the public. Republican, Democrat, or Third Party, stay abreast on the “potentials” and what they genuinely stand for. If there is one thing that last year’s presidential campaign has … Continue reading Know to Vote