This morning I was cleaning my room, and I would be lying to say that it wasn’t an undertaking. Those who know me know that anytime I clean, it’s bound to look like a scene from a Disney princess movie – complete with dancing, singing, and maybe even a few animals.
I’m sure most of you are wondering what exactly this #iStandForGirls thing is about. So I’m here to tell you!
Earlier this year I came across a campaign started by Kurandza called #iStandForGirls.
Hey lovely people!
Yesterday was an amazing day for me, I could even call it my best day of 2018. Nothing extravagant happened, it was just a normal Sunday.
Hey y’all! I’m keeping it short and sweet. Today is Shine a Light on Slavery day, a day where millions of people draw a red X on their hand to symbolize an end to the modern day slavery.
My sister and I were on our way home from a conference in North Carolina yesterday when we got the news that a former member of a group we’re in had committed suicide that morning. Though we were not directly affected, it was a somber trip back, spent contacting our dear friends who were closest to him.
Just a few days ago, I never would have guessed that so many of you would be reading my content. Each morning I wake up amazed at all of the thoughtful comments and messages left on my page and in my inbox. I find myself astonished that hundreds of you, from so many different countries have taken the time to read my writing.
Hey guys! As some of you may know, January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Known as the modern day slavery, human trafficking is the fastest growing organized crime present day.