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Entitled To Be You

One day at work I was training with a coworker and the conversation veered off into another subject.  I caught myself probably talking too much while being trained and interrupted my babbling by saying “I’m sorry, I’m just a talkative person.  I’m sorry for being so annoying.”  So normally people just laugh it off and […]

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Life Coach Trenity: Helping Fulfil one Dream at a Time

I’ve been blessed to have known Mrs. Trenity Dobbey for over 10 years and it has been an exciting ride!  We met as co-workers and later became great friends as we bonded over the growing pains of life and encouraged each other to be the women we are today.  Not only is she a great […]

In my Own Backyard

I was raised in the wonderful city of Chicago, although, the world currently knows it as Chi-raq, it is still the best city to me. Call me insane, but I believe our skyline is magnificent. It seems as if the sky is a backdrop to our majestic sequence of skyscrapers that include our infamous Willis […]

Set to Auto-Crave

I recently watched “Minimalism: A Document on Important Things” on Netflix. And I found it kind of interesting as the narrators were basically stating we are programmed to be consumers from birth. In a sense the narrators were correct as I can trace as far back as a child anticipating the large “Toys R Us” […]

Fear and its many “Splendors”

Fear is that four-letter word that can block someone’s entire world from progressing. In my opinion, the one common factor is experience.  Now others may say different, however, when I track the origin of something I fear it always leads back to a previous experience. Previous experiences can create anxiety about the future.  A long […]

Bring the Noise!

My husband and I were watching Being Mary Jane (Love that show!) and one of the scenes involved the characters wearing headphones at a house party. Honestly our initial reaction was “What is the point of this?” and “the purpose of a party is to engage”. Then I began to think of the dynamics of […]

Becoming My Own Blogger

I thought I would share my journey on starting the Be Your Own Kind blog, just in case you were wondering. A good place to start at is my attempt to be a freelance writer. I was able to land 1.5 gigs during my freelance writing career. I count half for one of the other […]

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Getting Aware with Brittany Stevenson

The Be Your Own Kind blog is about taking bold moves towards stepping outside of the box.  However, it is impossible for a person to focus on their desired path if their body and space have been violated.  Although people have survived such attacks, the healing period takes time and heavy support to allow the […]

A Unique Lesson Learned from Cookie Jam

Before I get to the point of this blog, I thought I would introduce Cookie Jam to those of you that are unfamiliar with this game. Cookie Jam is a popular phone game that consist of limitless levels requiring the player to match, shapes and pastries until the desired items are collected within the allotted […]

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