September first has come and gone, school is back in session, and the skies in Los Angeles have decided to go a bit grey. For this I am overjoyed, while summer is busy and frolicking
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
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
Here in Los Angeles we have been on lockdown, quarantining, and out of school since March. While we, like other parents, had hoped that school would resume within a few weeks of it ending but
I barely started considering myself a writer last week. Ok not really, but it has taken me a while. Coming to terms with the fact that aspiring writer no longer suited me was interesting. Largely
Juneteenth is a holiday to commemorate the emancipation of the last enslaved people in Texas in 1865. Two years after the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed. That’s right, though President Lincoln had freed enslaved Africans
My entire life has been about writing everything down. Whether that meant to do lists or my life plans, putting pen to paper when it came to my future was important. Creating vision boards and
Everyone has a side hustle these days, but when did hustling become so cool?