(avid)

Do not be alarmed by the length of this post, it's mostly pictures. If you gloss over all of this in its entirety, I recommend you at least read The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander. And pick up something by Roxane Gay. And please, dear god, don't …

(professional)

I consider myself a fairly private, relatively reserved, and sometimes quiet person depending on the context, so I'm just as surprised as some of you may be that I'm finding comfort by sharing my thoughts, sometimes vulnerable and quite personal thoughts, with you online. You're of course getting a filtered view, but as I'm learning …

(wondering)

TL;DR: Scroll to the bottom to see where you can allocate funds if you are able to. Oh boy, where do we begin? My mind is always racing, so this moment that I'm taking to write something down is in many ways the same. The racing, the anxiety, the worry is always constant to some …

(lack thereof)

Where does your inspiration come from? And when it's gone, how do you get it back? I've been feeling exceptionally uninspired recently, as you may have noted from the gap in my writing. Even as I write this, I'm having an incredible urge to stop. Maybe what I'm really lacking is momentum. As artists, dancers, …

Center(-ed/-ing)

How can I learn how to center myself when self centering is understood as self centeredness and gets translated into¬†arrogance? It becomes over confidence; it is seen as too much. "Too much". How often is anything women do, black women in particular, dumped into the category of being "too much"? Too loud, too quiet, too …