World Cancer Day is February 4th. Led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), World Cancer Day is intended to bring awareness to the global challenge that is cancer and shore up action from individuals and governments around the world. World Cancer Day is important to me, as I’m sure it is to you, … Continue reading World Cancer Day 2021
It’s ok to be passionate. It’s ok to take a stand. But without willingness to create change and take action, one could stand in an empty room, screaming at the top of their lungs, and be more effective. I’ve come to learn that when we transform passion into progress, that is when revolutions happen.
I am about two days past due for this birthday post, I know. I wanted to take a moment and think about what I was going to say in this post. For starters, this post is a first of its kind. For birthdays past, I have documented my feelings in my journal where I could … Continue reading Twenty-nine
Working from home can take time to adapt to. The following tips lend some insight on working remote.
The passing of my biological mother has been tough. Tougher than I ever expected. This is how I’m doing. My biological mother passed away on September 19th, 2019, and life as I know it started to unfold before my eyes. Since her passing, I have had to come to terms with my internal conflicts with … Continue reading On Life After My Mom’s Passing & How I’m Doing
I like to think as myself as responsible with money — especially since I’ve gotten older. I wasn’t always good with money. As a child, I was always so eager to spend my money at the 7-Eleven down the street from where I lived. I never saved a dime. Sure, I was young, but looking … Continue reading Personal Finance 101: Credit Scores
Everyday I wake up and thank God that I am alive because only He knows there were times when I didn’t think living was the best option anymore.