Latest Posts Under: Follow Me On My Mental Health Journey

I’m Thankful For 2020 Because Of These Things….

There’s no debate that this was one of the toughest years for many people. Not only did a presidential race hang in the balance, but black people finally rose up after being opposed for decades. Now, as a black person in New York, I marched for justice on Juneteenth – a day in 1865 when …

Vote For Your Life

Over the past four years we’ve seen the highest office in the United States go to a reality star whom is still learning as he goes on how to be president. I’ve seen my beautiful city of New York transform into a battleground between peaceful protestors and police officers that have been abusing their power. …

The Controversy Surrounding Cuties

Synopsis: Cuties is a French movie – written and directed by Maïmouna Doucouré. The Parisan film stars Fathia Youssouf, Médina El Aidi-Azouni, Esther Gohourou, Ilanah Cami-Goursolas and Maïmouna Gueye. Amy, played by Fathia Youssouf, is a Senegalese-French girl that is raised with a traditional upbringing in her Muslim faith. It is not until her character …

Follow Me On My Mental Health Journey: Social Media Detox

Lately I’ve been feeling down and I never could pinpoint why?! I realized that as I started to maintain my personal social media page I was getting actually more and more depressed, pretending to have this carefree life on social media was a total lie. As a blogger, social media plays a huge role in …

Follow Me On My Mental Health Journey: It’s Okay, To Not Be Okay

Lets be real, it’s a rarity that we’re always happy. As human beings we experience so much dismay and disappointment. However, I’m writing this article to say that it’s okay, to not be okay. It doesn’t make you selfish, it doesn’t make you a downer – it makes you human. I personally am not always …