priority

2016 was a rough year for me. Between working forty-five hours a week, starting grad school, moving to another state, and many other things, I had no time to do anything. For a while, I felt like a robot. I did the exact same schedule everyday: wake up, shower, get dressed, go to work for eight or nine hours or go to class, go home, do homework, shower, sleep, repeat. I became so immune to my robot schedule that when I did get some…

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burning-sands

Anyone who knows me know I cannot stand the depictions of Black Greek letter organizations pledging process displayed in movies and televisions shows. It’s usually over the top or not at all accurate. Yet I still give them a chance and watch them anyway and get mad that I wasted my time watching the travesty fall apart on my television screen. Burning Sands was no different. But not for the obvious reasons. For a reason much bigger than hazing.Burning Sands follows Zurich and…

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private-life

Each morning I do my daily scroll through my social media timelines I read about someone’s current life story. These posts range from someone bashing their baby daddy to complaining about being single. While I get a good ki from reading these posts, I always think, “Why are they always putting their business on social media?”Social media has become so important over the past couple of years that people have lost the art of privacy. It is understandable to be more open to…

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2017 Grammys Recap

2017-grammys

Out of all of the music award shows the Grammys is my favorite. Not only do I get to listen and cheer for my favorite artists and songs, I also get to discover music from others I have never heard of before. I love the tributes to those who have gone on, the live performances, and the fashion. Because of this, I have high expectations for the Grammys every year. This year’s Grammys exceeded my expectations. It was an evening full of high energy…

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aaron-camper

Opening acts are forgotten most of the time. They are forgotten because no one knows them or are too excited for the main act to care what the opening act has going on. But sometimes opening acts can surprise you and make you question why you didn’t know them in the first place. That person for me is Aaron Camper. I had the wonderful opportunity of hearing him perform live when he opened for Jojo’s “I Am Jojo” tour. In the thirty minutes…

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