I'm not an emotional person, so if I cry, it means I'm either in a lot of pain or something has hit me hard. Three years ago, when my then-boyfriend and I made the decision to move to Tennessee, leaving us 800+ miles away from family and friends, all I could do was cry. I… Continue reading Memories, Please Leave Before I Cry
For the last few years, I've been wanting a professional camera, but I could never afford it. I was very thankful when one of my friends sold me his camera for $100 bucks. I recently bought a fish eye lens to make my photos pop and have noticed a huge difference. There's so much more… Continue reading What are you passionate about?
"When will the documentary you were featured in be available in the states?" I've gotten this question time and time again and could never answer it simply because I wasn't sure. Well, the director notified me last week that it's made its debut on Amazon. For those who have prime, feel free to watch it… Continue reading My Millennial Life is now Available on Amazon!
"Grandma just passed away," my mom texted me on March 10, 2017. I was sitting in my car in North Carolina waiting for my husband to finish his home inspection class. I was sleeping in the car while he attended his 3-hour class. It was almost lunch time when I learned my grandma died. I… Continue reading Negligence at Manor Care in Langhorne Killed My Grandma!
A year ago, our plan was to move to Greenville, SC, but I needed a job before we could fully commit. Our lease was up on March 16th in our two-bedroom apartment we shared with his parents. and so, we only had about a month to find a place to live. Our other option was… Continue reading We’ve Almost Lived In Greenville For A Year!
“Time and time again it’s our boss who fails us, not the other way around,” my friend’s husband said last Sunday as we sipped on wine and stuffed our faces with homemade bread. We are all millennials trying to find our place in this world. We feel like we’re running behind in almost every aspect… Continue reading Not All Millennials Are Lazy, Time To Change the Perception on us
It was on a Saturday morning when I realized I’d somehow become “the nagging wife.” “Do you really have to eat that whole bagel?” I asked my husband. “Carbs are the enemy.” He shrugged it off as I proceeded to continuously ask him the same question which lead to him ignoring me. Unfortunately, this sort… Continue reading The Day I Realized I Had Become “The Nagging Wife”