I Think There’s Part Of Me That Will Always Be A Little In Love With You — Thought Catalog


@NickBulanovv When I was in high school, I read this theory about soul mates. It was known as The Red Thread of Destiny, springing from an old Chinese legend. “An invisible red thread connects those destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstances. The thread may stretch or tangle, but never break.” I was…

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New Financial Opportunity


So I’ve been presented with a new opportunity to earn some extra cash and wanted to run it by everyone to see what ya’ll think.

Wake Up Now sounds good in theory but I’ve always been skeptical about companies/businesses such as these because you have to bring other people into it with you. However when I look at the results and hear people’s testimonies I can’t help but think why not just give it a try and see if it works out for me as well. One draw back I find to this operation is the fact you have to spend $99 for your membership but if you get three people that kind of takes care of it for you for the rest of the time you stay an active member.

My question is what does anyone think about this Wake Up Now venture? Is it worth getting into and trying? Please feel free to leave your comments for me!

Also if you’ve never heard of it or are skeptical like myself have a look and join me in the process of making extra money.


List people who have influenced you and how

  1. My mama being a single parent raising three children taught me that making sacrifices for others doesn’t have to take away from your own happiness in the process. She also taught me what being a strong woman looks like in addition to being an amazing parent, she never gave up on us, doubted us, or made us feel like we couldn’t achieve our goals.
  2. My daddy because it just goes to show that you can come from a world of bad influences, sin, gambling, alcohol and etc and come out on the other side a man of God. Years of living in Haughville and learning lessons the hard way can take a toll on a person but my dad used his experiences and changed his life around to become the man of God I know today and can go to when I need prayer or a comforting word.
  3. Young black men and women who graduate from high school and go on to attend college because in today’s society self image, sex, drugs, violence, and money all seem to rule the world. Every time I see in the news or on social media a young person graduating with honors or being accepted in Ivy league schools it warms my heart and makes me want to strive to inspire and influence them as the younger generation coming into the adult world.
  4. Ancestors of years past because without their sacrifices and hard work there would be no modern world and today’s society would look a lot different than it does now.

What is Your Dream Job and Why?


What is Your Dream Job and Why?

Being a journalist was always my goal in life and to become the editor of Seventeen magazine would be a dream come true. Even as I get older Seventeen continues to be my favorite magazine and still appeals to me despite the fact I’m out of my teens and no longer go through high school drama (lol!). I believe being able to reach out to young teenage girls is a life changing job because so much of today’s society is tied into self image, sex, and what’s popular that week. When you have the power to help young women choose self love, healthy options, and how to be confident in themselves it feels really good and would be the best job ever.

What is the hardest thing you have ever experienced?


The passing of my grandmother almost 12 years ago was the worst experience of death I’ve ever had to know. She was my rock and at 14 years old I lost one of the most important people in my life and to be in middle school at the time it made a huge impact on my life. I cried myself to sleep, cried at school and found it really hard to hold back my emotions around people.

What really tears me apart to this day is the fact that I wasn’t there to say goodbye, but in a way it seems right because we’d always say “see you later” instead because saying goodbye meant you’d never be seeing that person again. A few years back I began to forget what she smelled like, how her voice sounded, the way she felt when she’d wrap me in her arms for a big hug. It still feels like yesterday that I was in Ohio during a summer vacation from school hanging out with my grandparents and my uncle like any other day.

Losing my granny has taught me that change happens in an instant and no one can really be prepared for when it comes. Love is one of the most important possessions a person can own and to not see it everyday or just waste it is a shame.