I'm Speaking at Creative Mornings in Oakland!

***Listen to my podcast about anxiety***

This Friday, Jan 26th I will be speaking about living with anxiety challenges and mental health for Creative Mornings. I HATE anxiety. Hate it. But my love for stopping mental health stigma by sharing my story is stronger. I'll also talk about facing our normal, everyday anxieties.

Registration opens this Monday at 11am. They go quick so make sure you sign up ASAP.

I See the Old Me in the New Lil Kim

Rapper Lil' Kim shocked people with these unrecognizable photos of her on Instagram. The photos made me sad that she didn't see her God-given beauty. She has totally erased herself. In those photos I saw what used to be me. I saw what I wanted to be in middle school. I understand Lil' Kim's fight with self-hatred. What concerned me more about Lil' Kim was an old Newsweek interview she did where she said neither her father or the men she loved told her she was pretty. "Being a regular Black girl wasn't good enough." And she openly admitted to having low self-esteem. I give her props for being so open. Above is my video response to these photos and the senseless death of Delaware teen Amy Joyner-Francis. She was killed in the girls bathroom at her school during a fight over a boy. We must uplift our Black girls.


  1. Omgosh those pictures!
    Girl, we women need to uplift each other period. There is too much hate in this world. It makes me sick how women pick on each other and are so petty in a world where we still compete to earn as much and do the same jobs as men. We've got to do better for ourselves and our youth. We women are all beautiful and unique and there is room for all of us to be successful. Xxoo

    1. I agree, but Lil' Kim's issues are from men putting her down.


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