I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for the spring sunshine and the warm weather. For the last few weeks the weather in NYC has been playing games with my heart and my wardrobe, but I’m working on forgiveness and all that so I’m trying to let it go. *Insert melodramatic music here.* Anyway, its time for our end-of-the-month chat. Get comfy and we’ll talk about this month’s lessons. Continue reading “Unafraid Life Lessons – March 2017”
To all of my travel-lovers who have their eyes set on Cuba, here’s some of what’s you need to know about getting there and what to expect. You ready? Continue reading “Unafraid Travels : A Guide to Cuba”
Hey loves, how’s 2017 been treating you? I hope that you’re taking care of yourself. February is the shortest month of the year so we’re going to keep these lessons simple, short, and sweet. Are you ready?
Continue reading “Unafraid Life Lessons – February 2017”
There is a lot going on in our country right now. Executive orders have been dropping out of this new administration like bombs on our consciousness. I don’t have many words for what’s happening because I’m still processing. Part of me wants to believe that I’m dreaming. Is this our reality? But I did want to share a word of encouragement to my readers. Continue reading “Words for Today”
2017 is here and I am beyond excited for all of the things that lie ahead. Continue reading “Hello 2017”
“Tell me, how does it feel to see your mother?”, he said.
I was confused. I blinked twice before simply spitting out the word, “What?”
“Tell me how it feels to see your mother,” he repeated. Yes, I had heard the question correctly and yes, he was honestly waiting for an answer. Continue reading “The Things We Take for Granted”
A lot happened in November. The 2016 Presidential Election finally came to an end, the holiday season began, and the end of the year is coming quickly. There have been a lot of emotions going around this month and its time for us to take a look back.
I have a lot of feelings about the 2016 elections. Being a black female in America, the daughter of immigrants, a member of a military family who’s future Commander-In-Chief has just been elected, a social worker who is busting her butt to empower and build up the youth of our society… All of the intersections of my identities are responding, but no matter who won last night the problems in this country were and are not going to be solved by one man or woman.
Today I turn 24. For me, my Chapter 24 starts right now and I’m planning on doing a couple things differently over this next year. Continue reading “My 24th Chapter: Unafraid and Unfiltered”