My mother has always been there for me. Rather it be when I started my period at 2 AM when I was 12, (and needing to crawl into her bed), or when I’m just feeling down and need someone to talk to to help me take my mind off of it. Either way, she has […]
Is it possible in western society to believe that no one culture is superior to another? Is it even a logical approach to dealing and interacting with other cultures? Anthropologically, cultural relativism seems like a great idea, but it’s a hard standard to uphold. It’s one thing being culturally…
In my trek to becoming a successful human being, I have learned these skills to get to where I need to go, despite the my insecurities, despite the doubts of people around me, and despite the want for money and success. Success doesn’t have to involve merely money, it involves self actualization and self love.
Growing up, I was that kid with mud on her face, bruises on her knees, and boy’s shoes on her feet that were 2 sizes too big. I never cared what people thought about my nappy ponytail or dirty boy clothes, I just wanted to play; and be happy and carefree while doing so.
Owning a dog isn’t really “owning” at all. It’s more like you’re adopting a child. A small(or large) furry child whose love for you is endless. There are some things that non – dog owners don’t really understand. Things that you may giggle about to yourself after a long hike with your pooch
In this life, it is hard to impress. To impress yourself, your parents, family and friends… Especially those in our lives that have that “American Dream” mentality who believe the only way to have a fulfilled, successful life is to go to college, get a good job, have a family and make a decent income.
Racism in America? You’re kidding!! I just wanted to share with you all, that I am so sick of the people that correlate everything with race. Yes, I am a mixed chick; African American and Caucasian to be exact, and yes I am engaged to a Caucasian man…. SO what? There are so many irritating things that people do and/or say that honestly make NO SENSE and have no relation to my race or anyone else’s.
Being a server and waiting tables is a tough job. Period. Yes we tend to have a good time on the job, are sometimes allowed to drink on the job, and occasionally make more money per shift than a person with a “normal” 9-5; but we also deal with the most self absorbed, rude, inconsiderate (and stupid) people on the planet.
Most of us have some sort of issue with money. Even if we can provide for ourselves, we probably have to cut down on certain things to pay our necessary bills. I have compiled a list of tips that I have used and I must say they are pretty useful. Check them out!