I thought I was being heartless, but apparently I am not the only who is without a heart. Many people feel the same I do and in fact, psychological studies have demonstrated that this way of thinking can be generalized to an entire population. In other words, I am totally normal! Read here.
Yesterday, I did something I have never done before: I left my smartphone at home for the first time since I purchased it in May. But a day without my phone was delightful and help me accomplish the following things.
Viola Davis' quote from an interview with Oprah Winfrey. It may inspire you.
Life sucks. Jobs are lost. Boyfriends break up with you. Unwanted pounds creep up on you. Schools turn you down for admission. Bosses overlook you for promotions. Loan companies do not forget your phone number (no matter how much you try to avoid them). Bills pile up. Friends get married and forget about you. Diseases occur.… Continue reading Why It’s Better That Things Didn’t Work Out
Mysterious, sexy, and powerful are the ingredients for the complicated and appealing character, Annalise Keating. She is the star in the courtroom, as a criminal defense attorney and in the classroom, as a criminal law professor in Shonda Rhimes' newest show, How To Get Away With Murder. Annalise Keating is mesmerizing. I simply love watching her in character and here all the reasons why:
Shoshana Roberts, a 29-year old actress residing in New York City, recorded an experiment on street harassment. She installed a hidden camera and had it record 10 hours of her walking the streets of Manhattan. Thank you, Shoshana for sharing your video. Here's my own story.
It’s the can’t eat. Can’t sleep. I want you. But can’t have you. You’re no good for me. But I can’t live without you. Can’t sleep without hearing your voice. It’s the – hate you cause we’re not together and miss you terribly when we’re apart. It makes you angry and sad. Happy and mad.… Continue reading Crazy, Stupid Love
To most, Halloween is a day to dress as someone (or thing) else, but to me, Halloween is just an excuse to delight myself in all the candy I can stomach in one day. My perception of October 31st changed when I relocated to Boston. A co-worker of mine invited me to his annual Halloween house party. I decided to give his party a chance and convinced my homegirl to come with me.