Memories, Please Leave Before I Cry

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 missed my folks, brothers and friends simply because before I … Continue reading Memories, Please Leave Before I Cry

Do YOU look at food labels?

“It’s good to eat processed foods once in a while,” my mother said a few years back. That was probably one of the most comical things she’s ever said. Actually, you should avoid eating processed food because they contain chemicals, toxins, etc and you’re more prone to diseases and cancer. In November 2017, my husband and I went on a cruise for our honeymoon. On … Continue reading Do YOU look at food labels?

What are you passionate about?

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 I need to learn about photography, but little by little, … Continue reading What are you passionate about?

My Millennial Life is now Available on Amazon!

“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 for free. Don’t have Prime? Simply rent it for $2.99 … Continue reading My Millennial Life is now Available on Amazon!

Ah…. Nature

Nature soothes my soul. Walking into a forest with birds chirping always puts my mind at ease. It takes the stress away from my body and I watch as it soars and floats away. Yesterday, my husband and I visited Campbell’s covered bridge in Greer. Did you know that it was constructed in 1909 and it’s the only remaining covered bridge in the State of South Carolina? … Continue reading Ah…. Nature