I had a really awesome Thanksgiving. My two best friends and I spent the week together and it’s probably been the most fun I’ve had since I moved out to California. And although I’ve been missing my family a lot lately, seeing my friends was incredibly uplifting.
It’s 10:35 pm now, just a few hours before thanksgiving. It’s not my favorite holiday, but I’ve been thinking about it a lot recently, mainly because I think this is the first one I’ve had where I’ve been so far away from my family. I did the “friendsgiving” thing when I was living in Austin,
I’m watching Black Mirror at the recommendation of friends and Twitter. If you haven’t watched it, it’s kind of like The Twilight Zone in the sense that each episode is a standalone that doesn’t connect to the previous or last one. It’s a British show, and I don’t know much about them apart from Downton
Today is Monday, November 14th. I’m sitting in the MLK Library, like I try to do every few days out of the week, to hammer out an insightful blog post or article and apply for a few jobs.
This wasn’t what I was planning on writing today.
I’m feeling a little bit frustrated today.
I broke my glasses yesterday.
I never excelled at math. In fact, I distinctly remember getting a 40 on a pre-cal test on my 15th birthday and that was pretty much the worst. I was always good at science though, which kind of didn’t make any sense to me because I’d always equated math and science together, so it was
The first line in Solange’s new song “Mad” – “Yooo-ooooooou got the right to be mad” has been bouncing around in my head for weeks, and is the inspiration for writing this. If you haven’t already listened to A Seat at the Table, I fully recommend you do so, over and over again. This album,
The best podcast that I listen to (read: the only podcast that I listen to) is Another Round by BuzzFeed, hosted by Tracy Clayton and Heben Nigatu. Regardless of your feelings on BuzzFeed as a company, this podcast is absolutely exquisite. It’s the podcast version of Black Girl Magic. It’s as hilarious as it is