Welcome to my blog! So what is this blog all about you might ask? It’s going to be full of information, whether you want to be in the entertainment industry or if you’re just a fan of music this blog is for you. This is […]
The Truth Behind the Hidden Anxiety Overachiever, perfectionist, detail oriented, these are just a few of the terms that people use to describe people with “high-functioning” anxiety. While “high-functioning” anxiety is not an official diagnosis it is used to describe those who are driven by […]
We’re all guilty of it, we get a great idea and have all intention to follow through on some big action plan but alas we lose focus and time goes by and the next thing you know your “big idea” sits alone in the corner collecting dust. I have wanted to make this blog a focal point of my brand for quite some time, but life gets in the way and I make excuses for not creating new content. That stops now. I want to share my life, my travels, and my career struggles with anyone who cares to listen. I have a lot to say (most of the time) and I’d like to think that my honesty makes for a pretty good read. I’m not afraid to share my struggles, my imperfections, and the scary truth about ‘adulting’. I also want to share my adventures, laughs, and ultimate wins. So from this point forward I want to be held accountable. The only way to be held accountable is to share your action plan for others to know so that they can check in on you and tell you when you’re failing to follow through.
I am under construction. No one told me I had to stay the same. In fact those who don’t grow lose out on a lot of opportunities. Until I find the path that fits me I’ll continue to make changes. I just assumed that when I graduated college and began my life as an ‘adult’ my career path was sort of set, but here I come to find out that I can change my mind whenever the mood strikes. Now this is not to say you should flip flop every other week, but if you start a career in a particular field and decide you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, change it! With all of that being said…
You’ll notice the site has a brand new look, which I will continue to work on and perfect, but I will also be working on myself. I am working to better define my career goals, my brand, and my approach at attacking all of the crazy ideas that run through my head. Over the next few weeks you will see a more cohesive image across my platforms, more consistent posts, and a special project that I will reveal in the near future. In the meantime I have planned out my next few posts, joined groups on Facebook to connect with other awesome bloggers, and I’m letting all of my readers in so I can’t fail, right?
So for my other bloggers, social media mavens, and all around boss babes let me know what works best for you? Who keeps you accountable? What are some tools you use to keep yourself and your content organized? I want to hear from you so comment, hit me up on social media or email me and let’s talk!
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The Downfall of Chris Brown
As I’m sure most of the world knows Chris Brown has once again made headlines and it’s not for a hot new song, or a cute insta post of him and daughter Royalty, but rather he has once again become the center of a scandal. This one stems from a woman calling the police in the wee hours of the morning stating the Brown had threatened her with a gun.
Now I know what many of you are thinking, “Chris has a bad past”, “he’s hateful towards women” etc, etc and I get it. I’m no “stan” when it comes to Chris but I have to say that a lot of what has been reported doesn’t add up. The alleged “victim” Baylee something or other appears to only be worried about hitting her come up. First off, if this is such a serious matter and you’re scared for your life why are you talking to TMZ and not the police? *insert side eye* Secondly, Miss Baylee was real quick to post a video that also had no hint of fear but more or less of satisfaction. Third, this girl had the audacity to change her Instagram bio to include the line “Yes Chris Threatened Me…” and might I add she did it with the swiftness. You see little Miss Baylee was garnering thousands of followers by the hour until she made her accounts private.
Of course social media was on top of covering every last detail and weighing in with their opinions. What caught my eye was the amount of people willing to stand up for Brown in the wake of what is most certainly being deemed a cry for attention by the “victim”. It’s crazy how much attention we pay to situations such as this when there are more pressing matters going on in the world around us. One tweet in particular stated that the way this event was being covered you’d think Chris Brown was El Chapo, but let’s be honest El Chapo couldn’t pay for this much coverage because we aren’t invested in his life.
El Chapo couldn't pay to get this much coverage https://t.co/JhkOOSvjHQ
— Gabrielle (@msgabrielleann) August 30, 2016
Everyone is quick to blame Chris Brown and say they don’t like him and all I have to say to that is to each their own. You don’t have to like Chris as a person (not that you probably know him) to respect him as an artist. I’ve seen the question raised, do we separate the artist from the person? I would simply say, yes. Who you are at home has nothing to do with how well you make music, or dribble a basketball, or whatever your special talent may be. This DOES NOT mean that I condone violence or ignorant behavior but it means I accept that you are human. You will error (just as everyone else) and we will all move past it.
I do hope for the best in Brown’s case. He was seemingly doing well, taking care of his daughter, making music, and minding his business. It would SUCK if something such as this (which I’m deeming false accusations) be the final straw in what takes down his empire. They say to keep your friends close and your enemies closer but in Brown’s case I would say he first needs to figure out the difference.