Working Out

March 24th, 2021 Sometimes, things don’t work out the way we want them toSometimes, things don’t work out the way we plan themSometimes, things don’t work out in our timelineDoesn’t mean they don’t work out Comparison is the thief of joy and the enemy of gratitudeTrust the processTrust the journeySoak up all you can fromContinue reading “Working Out”

“Who Moved My Cheese?” in the Time of Corona

Hello beautiful reader, My most recent read was Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson. It’s an enjoyable and quick read that dives into the four main ways individuals react to change, represented by the four main characters in the story. This book uses cheese as an analogy for what we want or for whatContinue reading ““Who Moved My Cheese?” in the Time of Corona”

College-Induced Anxiety…It’s Actually A Good Thing?

In the Fall of 2015, I took a class called “Stress and Anxiety Management” and boy, did it come in handy on the night before the first day of my spring semester. If I’m speaking truthfully, a majority of the information I learned in that class is a blur, but I did remember, in my opinion,Continue reading “College-Induced Anxiety…It’s Actually A Good Thing?”

Before I Was Phoenix Crimson

Back in middle school, I began writing a book. It compared me to my alter ego, a version of my childhood imaginary friend, Alexa. I would write about something that happened to me at school and how I reacted to it and then follow it up with what Alexa would have done. I think IContinue reading “Before I Was Phoenix Crimson”

Does “Adulting” Ever Become Genuine?

Today’s Theme Song: “Neverland” by Zendaya I don’t remember where I saw it, but I read a quote that said something along the lines of, “There is no such thing as an adult. Adults are merely children who are pretending to be what they think an adult is.” Obviously I can’t speak for everyone, butContinue reading “Does “Adulting” Ever Become Genuine?”

Life Is Like a Library

Today’s Theme Song: “7 Years” by Lukas Graham Many people refer to a fresh start as a new chapter in the book of their life, but I like to think of life as a library. In a life, there are numerous independent stories, long-running stories, lessons learned, moments of inspiration, things given, and things received. Therefore,Continue reading “Life Is Like a Library”

Redefining “Success”

Today’s Theme Song: “It’s Your Thing” by the Isley Brothers. Hello! This post has been inspired by certain YouTube videos that were going around towards the end of last year that are meant to raise awareness of the Webster definition of the word “success” as part of a movement to change the official definition of the word “success”. TheContinue reading “Redefining “Success””

Slight Brain Dump

Question: What am I doing with my life? Answer: Everything and nothing all at the same time. I am a complete master of “thinking” and “dreaming”, But “doing” is not my strong suit. One of the biggest things I don’t like about myself? The fact that I am more bark than bite. The fact thatContinue reading “Slight Brain Dump”

If I Had A Writing Room…

(Prompt: Writing room: A genie has granted your wish to build your perfect space for reading and writing. What’s it like?) … it would exude the aroma of Mandarin Orange Spice Tea. It would be equipped with a surround sound system for when I’m longing for musical inspiration. Its mint green walls would be lined with large, mahogany bookshelves thatContinue reading “If I Had A Writing Room…”


Ethnicity:an ethnic group; a social group that shares a common and distinctive culture, religion, language, or the like. (courtesy of Nationality: the status of belonging to a particular nation, whether by birth or naturalization. (courtesy of Race: an arbitrary classification of modern humans, sometimes, especially formerly, based on any or a combination of various physical characteristics, as skin color, facialContinue reading “African-American?”

A Book Of My Life…Would I Read It?

(Prompt: “This is your life. If you could read a book containing all that has happened and will ever happen in your life, would you? If you choose to read it, you must read it cover to cover.”) Simply put, NO! One of the most beautiful things about life is that it is so unpredictable. Sometimes, it isContinue reading “A Book Of My Life…Would I Read It?”