Cairo Love

As a child, I would always hear this beautiful love story about a young college woman. She was born and raised in Washington DC and went off to college in the Midwest. She decided during her college years to travel abroad to Cairo, Egypt for a year. While in Egypt she met a young Embassy…

Let’s Talk About Sex

I have struggled for years about my relationship and beliefs when it comes to sex. I was raised to believe that sex is reserved for marriage, or at least between two people who truly love each other. I placed so much value on my virginity, to the point I tied it to my self-worth and…

5 Current Goals

Pass all of my classes this semester! Find inner peace, and just truly be happy and blissful Get in shape, and stick to a workout routine. Read 3 books by the end of the Month  Complete this 30 Day Blog Challenge 

Favorite Songs

1. So Fly by Elle Varner, this song truly expresses how I feel about myself. Initially, all I can concentrate on are my flaws and things I’m lacking, but after a while, I realize that’s what makes me stand out and special. 2. I Do by Cardi B ft SZA, it’s just a boss bitch…

Fear

Looking back on all of my relationships, I’ve discovered a pattern about myself. I’m extremely private and guarded. I don’t allow most people to see my complete unfiltered self. I let people see as much as I want or trust them to see. I feel like all of my relationships are here for a reason,…

Proud Writer

I was a late bloomer academically. I’ve always been smart, but never really took school seriously. I just did the bare minimum to pass and make sure my parents are satisfied, but never really lived up to my full potential.  It wasn’t until my freshmen year in HS, when it all really clicked. That I…

Dream Job

As a child, you are always asked what do you want to be when you grow up. My standard answer for most of my life was to become a doctor. Honestly, I had no real passion for science, but my brother told me when I was younger I couldn’t be a doctor, I had to…

Semper Paratus

I live my life by two quotes or mottos; “what’s the worst that could happen” and “fake it till you make it”. I honestly believe replaying those two things in my head makes me unstoppable.  My first college internship was with the US Coast Guard, and I remember during the entire application process, I was…

20 Facts about Me 💕

I’m a Sagittarius I grew up in the wealthiest black county in the nation I love to drink tea!! (open to all suggestions) I’m a skincare junkie! Sephora is my happy place! I’m 5’0 even My favorite color is pink I have 7 piercings I’m an Engineering student I’m the only girl and middle child…

The Misunderstood Afro Muslimah

You know I never took the time to introduce myself as a blogger, and just dived right into my content. I am the Misunderstood Afro Muslimah, navigating through my early 20s and making lifelong memories.  I am a young African American woman in America, and truly am bicultural. For a long time, I struggled with…