Here’s To…

Here’s to the times I almost walked away: I could no longer tell what was a passion or practiced and it ate slowly at me each and every I could no longer see who I was as a woman, a Black woman, a Black woman who was considered a leader I could not see the […]

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To A New Year…

2017 has been a year. It has been a year of growth, change and appreciation. I changed my major and minor, dropped anatomy and ended the Spring 2017 semester with a 3.42. Fall 2017, I loved the classes I was taking, even if one of them was an 8AM, and ended the semester with a […]

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A Year Later…

“Today has been a day. The US has showed its true colors once again, but it makes me realize that this country was never made for me and that’s okay. It’s okay because my head sits high. My crown does not tilt. My love does not diminish. My faith in God does not falter. I […]

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The Cost of Leadership

It’s 2AM at the community desk. Instead of focusing on the homework and projects that have upcoming deadlines, I’m switching in between different tasks on my to-do list for my organization. This is an everyday thing. This is an everyday battle within myself: decide to let go for 24 hours or focus on the organization’s […]

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Product Review: IAmLexceptional Student Planner

Supporting minority businesses is a goal I try to achieve daily. However, sometimes price tags can get in the way. Nonetheless, I found yearly planner that worked for everything that I needed. My big sister/ twin and I have a love for DIY projects and organization, so when she was in the process of creating […]

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A Letter to Myself

**This piece was also featured on UGA Elite (eliteuga.com) To the scared me, It’s okay. It’s okay to finally be selfish because you’ve done everything you can for others. It’s okay to step back and take time to focus on yourself, because what good are you if you are barely holding on? It’s okay to say […]

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