#BlackGirlMagic Alert: VOGUE’s 73 Questions featuring Tracee Ellis Ross

Vogue‘s 73 Questions feature is one of my all-time favorite YouTube series! The esteemed fashion brand has continuously tapped Hollywood’s finest to indulge in a segment that dives into their personal lives while exploring their hobbies, their passions and all things fun (including favorite foods, movies, musicals… You know, all the good stuff!) Past celeb […]

Read More

Why I Decided to Become A Mentor (Again)

Towards the end of my undergraduate studies, I came to the realization that I wanted to become a mentor. I wanted to warn the upcoming generation about issues that plagued them on and off Prairie View A&M University’s campus and I wanted to be a source of hope and help for our incoming freshmen. I […]

Read More

Understanding Your Self-Worth

Since starting my blog, I’ve been afforded so many amazing opportunities and God has blessed me beyond belief. But, with growth and progression, there also comes a time where you start to realize your overall self-worth. You start to question the people you place yourself around, you start to analyze your social media presence and you […]

Read More

Networking and Why You Need It to Survive in the Real World

As “Old Time Rock n Roll” by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band blasts through the Pandora app, I’m coming to you guys with a bit of knowledge. Back in my college days, I never really understood the importance of networking. Yeah, I knew that it was crucial to any kind of professional advancement […]

Read More

Honesty 101: Being a Michelle Obama in World Full of Kardashians

Yep. I said it. The age of the “Instagram model” has officially commenced. Everyone wants to be Kim Kardashian West. (Or, one of her other five, six or seven siblings…) Now, don’t get me wrong, this family hustles their ass off and they’ve built an entire empire on the foundation of a sex tape and […]

Read More

Making Moves: Premiere Screening of the Documentary Fashion Weak

Provocative. Soul-stirring. Innovative. Haunting. These are the perfect words that can be used to describe director April Joi and executive producer (PV Alumna) Shayla Janel’s jaw-dropping documentary Fashion Weak, a stylish film that brings racism and fashion to the forefront. Prior to being invited to a private screening at 4118 Fannin Studios, I knew very […]

Read More