How many times have you told yourself that you have time to figure life out? That pat on the back you give yourself after your college graduation. You tell yourself that now is the time to get serious. You know, get married, have kids, have a stable career, be financially comfortable, have your life set…Details
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The 2020 Coronavirus pandemic forced millions of people to work remotely, or caused them to lose their job permanently. In the aftermath of this pandemic, working remotely has taken over the world. The way we go about jobs may never go back to the way it was before in this digital age. With so many…Details
Good role models are important for any child to grow up with. Hence, why society puts good individuals on pedestals, so their children have someone to idolize. It’s why actors and singers for children’s entertainment are under so much pressure to be responsible. These performers do not associate with certain individuals, join in illegal things,…Details
It doesn’t have to be one or the other. For centuries, our society has seen intelligent women as a threat. Despite the monumental changes we’ve seen for improving women’s education, disadvantages are still apparent. Today, women are equal in almost every sense. Yet so many girls find themselves dumbing themselves down for the attention of…Details
Lady Boss. A woman who gets her life done, whether that be at work, at home, or anywhere else in her life. This lady rejects society’s expectations that a woman should be submissive and quiet. A lady boss is commanding, strong, and breaks the expectations set for her. Being strong, independent, and confident sounds easy,…Details
I love, love, LOVE this book. I totally recommend it & it’s a great read for your little ones <3 ‘Nighty News with Safa’ is a very easy read & great for the young ones…although I am 22, I was very fond of the story and could relate! Safa’s character is so brave & so…Details
“You can’t always keep up with the Joneses.” a phrase I’ve heard throughout my entire childhood from parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, you name it…every family member. Back in my grammar school years, Jordan’s, name plate belts, and sock buns was the trend throughout my urban community. I felt like I had to stay on track…Details