Any creative knows that stress and worry are no good for diving into your mind and pulling out magic. My creativity has felt like it’s a crisis but I know it won’t last forever. I’ll get back to a place where I can turn the switch on again. My word for the year is clarity. The goals I’ve set are more about how I want to feel than what I want to do because what I also learned during Covid is that life is only about what you make it. For now I’m figuring it out. And that’s all I can ask for.
This week rapper and full-time hood philosopher, Plies, took to his Instagram dropping a priceless gem. In a 2-minute video he implored white people, women in particular, to stop asking Black women in upscale places
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Back in the day when I returned home from school in D.C., my first stop would always be at my local taco spot, Alberto’s. After being in Washington for months at a time my hankering
With 2020 behind us I think we’ve all taken a collective sigh of relief. Inauguration has come and gone so it’s official we’ve got a new Commander in Chief. Plus Howard University is in the
I asked the question on Twitter the other day, “when a man begins to date a stylish woman, does his style automatically improve?” Then I followed up with, “is the same true for women?” What
A question, to those of us walking on this freelance journey, is often, “how do you stay inspired?” Let’s get this out there once and for all – we don’t. No one is inspired 100% of
I‘m from Los Angeles, I can make a mean taco, that’s just a fact. I grew up eating a variety of them. The usual being a ground turkey taco dorado. Dorado is a crispy shell