Poison: Book Signing and Tea Party

Check out “Poison Book Signing and Tea Party” on Eventbrite! Date: Sat, Mar 25 • 12:00 PM EDT Location: 1200 Central Avenue, Charlotte, NC

Caribbean Reads for this Year!

Since finding out that my grandad is Jamaican, and after being immersed in part of the Caribbean culture with Carnival, I have been obsessing over ways to learn more about my culture and my roots. As if a sign from God, one of my favorite book pages on Instagram posted several book challenges we shouldContinue reading “Caribbean Reads for this Year!”

New Year Resolutions

Every year, people ask you about your New Year Resolutions. This year, I decided to rename it. This is not my New Year Resolution. More so, goals I would like to accomplish next year. When I look back over the past two years, I am utterly grateful. I’m grateful for all of the people whoContinue reading “New Year Resolutions”

Boss Up

I’m not sure if many of you know this, but I’ve always had the biggest crush on Rick Ross. Today, I’m crushing for a different reason. Yes, he’s beautiful, but he’s also brilliant. Over the past few months, I’ve been transitioning careers and looking for a semi-self help book to help me get over aContinue reading “Boss Up”

The First Cut is the Deepest…

When it comes to getting things done, the hardest part is getting started. Many times, we are stifled by fear. The biggest fear we have is other people’s opinions. Are we good enough? Imposter syndrome. When I first considered writing, I was crippled by, “What if they don’t like it.” I decided to push throughContinue reading “The First Cut is the Deepest…”

A Teacher Tomorrow

Today was the first day I wore my diamond wedding ring to work in 4 years. Most recently, I left the world of administration to return to teaching. This has been the best decision I’ve made in a long time. I was an assistant principal for four years. As a teacher for 10 years, IContinue reading “A Teacher Tomorrow”

Fashion on a Budget

Bookies want to look cute too…lol I remember when I was a poor little girl in Orangeburg. The only places we had to shop at were Roses and Kmart. I used to read fashion magazines and imagine the clothes I wanted to wear. My favorites were Delia’s and Teen Vogue. Clueless and Boomerang were myContinue reading “Fashion on a Budget”

Dreamville Festival

Raleigh, NC Synopsis: The second annual Dreamville Festival will once again provide a thoughtfully-curated, multi-stage music event from J. Cole, who himself was raised in nearby Fayetteville, North Carolina. The festival offers an opportunity for J. Cole to give back to his home state that has helped shape the artist he has become with aContinue reading “Dreamville Festival”