Guess who’s back…back again! *Insert Slim Shady lyrics here* I’m baaaack everyone! It’s been about a year since I’ve written last, I apologize. It’s been a crazy year since the last time you’ve seen me on my blog. I officially have my bachelors degree, work in my career field, have gotten engaged, planning a wedding… Continue reading “If you want to walk on water, you have to get out of the boat…”
Starbucks Complainers: When will you stop? Once again, Starbucks is in the news for something negative. Am I surprised? Not one bit. This time it’s for the green cups that people are outraged with. Let’s get started… No consumers, Starbucks is not replacing their well known holiday red cups with green cups this year.… Continue reading Starbucks Complainers: When will you stop?
Have you ever met someone before, clicked with them well at one point in your life, then later on, you realize that the click wasn’t there anymore? I’m not speaking in romantic terms, more as relationships or friendships in general. You think to yourself, why do I still talk to this person? Do they benefit… Continue reading New Phone, Who Dis?
Relationships are hard. Long distance relationships are even harder. The thoughts of not having your significant other by you all the time sucks. The question is always “Is it worth it?” I’ve been in a relationship for the past two years with long distance being part of it for 1. We went from seeing each… Continue reading Long Distance Relationships: Are They Worth It?
The title in itself is very cliche because every Kobe fan is using it right about now, and that’s alright with me, because I think we all feel the same way about this. Dear Kobe, You’ve been in my life for the past 20 years. I’m only 22. You’re all that I know of the Lakers,… Continue reading Dear Kobe…
Graduation is a time of celebration and accomplishment. With colleges filled with students from many backgrounds, ethnicities and races, it’s important to celebrate the accomplishments of minorities. Ethnic graduation commencements have been occurring for years across the country in several colleges and universities. The question is if it should be allowed to happen. Is it… Continue reading Ethnic Graduation Ceremonies: Celebration or Separation?
A motivational speaker, entrepreneur, published author and founder of Bakersfield Black, Arleana Waller is a phenomenal woman with many talents and goals. Born and raised in Bakersfield, Calif. Waller has decided to make a positive difference in her hometown. Having a passion for those in her community and wanting them to fulfill their lives to… Continue reading Many Talents with One Intentional Goal