Journaling is defined as to keep a daily record, as of occuring experiences, or observations. It's self examining, reflective entries concerning your private thoughts and feelings (Meah, A). In one of my favorite movies- ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button', the main character Benjamin, played by Brad Pitt kept a journal documenting his entire life … Continue reading 4 Benefits of Journaling
Since the corona-virus pandemic hit, I've gone crazy and back about twenty times so far. Ultimately, I've kind of gotten used to staying home and I low key don't miss working. Recently though, the state of Maryland has began the reopening process after being on lock down since mid-March. Before the world opens back up … Continue reading My Productive Daily Routine (Pandemic & Unemployed Edition)
Did you know that Juneteenth, also known as 'Freedom Day' for African-Americans in the United States, is still not recognized as a paid federal holiday? but yet, 'Independence Day' is. The irony. On January 1st, 1863, former U.S President- Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation which freed all slaves in America. It wasn't until over … Continue reading Happy Juneteenth!
Hey there, I'm back! it's been nearly a year and a half since my last blog post. One year, five months and ten days to be exact, but I can explain.. To make a long story semi-short, life sort of just happened. 2019 was rough. But 2020 was like: "But wait, there's more!!" *spits profusely* … Continue reading Why I Quit Blogging: A Reintroduction