It took a long time for me to love myself. It was tough for me to accept me for me, flaws and all. It took a while to filter out the noise and stop listening and caring what other people said about me, what they did and didn’t like about me. And what came with… Continue reading The Laughter That Helped Me Succeed
I suck at packing. For someone who is usually so organized at everything else in life, I sure do have a delicate way of shoving all my s**t into boxes with zero organizational skills. The idea of unpacking it all gives me anxiety–but I don’t have to deal with that part for another week or… Continue reading Packing Like A Pro And How I Am So Far From Doing It Right
I’ve lived away from my parents since I was 20 (nearly 21) years old. I’ve lived with one roommate at times, and at one point, I lived with nine. Of course, when you have that many people in one household, there will be issues from time to time. But for the most part, I’ve enjoyed… Continue reading Roast Blog: What It’s Like Moving In With Your Significant Other
If you’re reading this and you’re a reporter, this may end up just making you cry and leave you wishing you could spend more time in the gym after you evaluate your sad, truthful diet. If you’re a regular viewer and reading this, you gon’ learn today what reporters deal with out in the field… Continue reading Ever Wonder What A Reporter’s Diet Looks Like?
Coming straight from the thoughts of someone who is dating one.
Might not be what you’d expect.
Because 2016 was not our best year…
Not that I didn’t already respect cops.
Young enough to still get cray, but too old to do hood-rat s**t with your friends.
Don’t lie, you’ve all done it.