Hey girls! (And guys) 😄 So I did a thing two weeks ago. I let my stylist layer my hair. It may not seem like a big deal, but I was the type of girl who cried at the thought of cutting my hair lol. I had a strict trim my ends and that's it … Continue reading Layers on Natural Hair
Well guys, I'm over the hill in my 20s. 30 will be here before I know it 🥴. But I'm excited to see what the future holds. 25 was a trying year for me. I found myself in a weird space mentally and emotionally. I felt like I wasn't doing enough with my life and … Continue reading These 20 somethings
Whew. . . . This might be a long post. . . I know I'm not alone when I say job searching can be mentally and emotionally draining. No one likes rejection and when you're constantly receiving "thank you for your interest. . .the position has been filled" you begin to doubt yourself. Or at … Continue reading Staying Positive in the Job Search
And just like that, another year is coming to a close! Does anyone else feel like 2018 moved at 100 mph?! But as I sit here and reflect, I accomplished so much in what feels like a short amount of time. Last year, my goal for 2018 was to focus on my relationship with God … Continue reading Bye 2018! Hello 2019!
NYC. The city that never sleeps. The concrete jungle. So immersed with different cultures. I've never been to a place so unique. And if you haven't gone, you need to go. There's so much to do it's almost overwhelming. It's definitely a place I have to visit again, but let's jump right into the things … Continue reading Girls Trip to NYC
What do you do when your job isn't meeting your expectations? I guess the simple answer is to quit, but sometimes that's easier said than done. I personally never like to feel like I gave up or that I let one bad day/situation/person run me off. I think if you begin to experience the following … Continue reading It Might Be Time To Quit
Hey guys! So now that I'm back home and had time to process everything, I'm so excited to share my experience at UCLA. If you didn't know, I applied and was accepted for the Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research (MTPCCR) Summer Institute. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I left with more … Continue reading My Trip to UCLA