Life Has No Exchange Rates

Often, life feels like it has a giant exchange rate, and for some reason, you are on the lower end. If life were  in currency, most of us feel bankrupt. I understand the sentiment, but feeling broke or broken does not mean your wealth was…

Karma: Its A Real Thing

People assume that being positive is delusional. Can good energy really summon a better one? I firmly believe it can, but  understaff the doubts. Karma seems like too big aa term to be real. You mean to say that there is is such a thing as…

Closure: A Personal Ordeal

Closure is always difficult to attain. Movies make it seem like a heartfelt, magical conversation where two people decide its time to move on from each other. They sit tearfully at a cafe, and declare that they had their good times but now…

Dating: Am I Protective or Jaded?

The dating world can often feel like, a fro-yo shop. You taste all these flavors, and end up getting confused on which one you like or what is the difference between them. As I gathered with my ladies, I noticed that my friends, like me,…

‘Black Girl’: A Dissection of Depression

Restored to 4k by Janus Films, Black Girl will be released at BAMcinématek, a Brooklyn staple for culture. This Senegalese classic was acclaimed director Ousmane Sembène's first feature film, and has traveled time and space to be a modern…

Summer Love: Creating Body Positivity

As we near the summer, we feel the pressure to be fit. In this world, fit and beauty are often seen as intertwined. This leaves many of us feeling like our body is never quite right. From love handles to cellulitis, there is a always…