In first year college, I was introduced to the idea of having an advocacy. I felt a certain pressure from not having any, so I randomly sought one. Eventually, I landed on literacy. I did an English research paper on it, and ended it there. Yes, I loved reading and felt that everyone deserved the
While most people dread turning twenty-five, I find myself excited. I empathize with the feeling that you need to be X by the time you’re Y, but I try not to see the quarter-life mark as a finish line. It’s just a milestone mark that will only open up more paths and take me further.
Surprisingly, 2017 has become the year of goal-getter. I feel like I’ve accomplished more in the past months than I have in the six years prior, and I still have more plans coming. But for all my goal-digging, I am still lacking in one skill: consistency. When my mastermind accountability group, Goal Diggers, asked our
In January, I declared my theme for the year to be synchronicity and roots. Roots in that I would allow myself to start from scratch and grow from there, and synchronicity in that I would allow the universe to come together for me. Now that we’ve reached half the year, I looked back on the
I never quite believed in the believer’s saying “Everything happens for a reason.” I also outgrew the belief that God answered all our prayers eventually. I knew God wasn’t a support desk or a wish-granting genie. I didn’t expect to one day find an alternative phenomenon: synchronicity. Known by many other names and definitions (meaningful or