Snippety Snap: Just Like That!

This year I got to meet two amazing women, Courtney Haun and Olivia Cook. They were attending the amazing Go for the Greens conference as well. They have developed this amazing company that tries to make your life easier and better. Want to guess what their company is?
Let me introduce Snippety Snap! Snippety Snaps wants to help inspire discovery, one photo at a time by having users capture the most optimal photo though their Snippety Snap Stand and mobile application.

World Literature: Discovering The World of Books

Literature is  the stories created or told by authors. The authors bring the readers into their world and ask us questions about our existence that we would otherwise would not ask. They create beloved characters that became icons. So it comes as no surprise to me that for my philosophy credit at The University of Texas at Dallas, I was able to take Introduction to World Literature. 

My Personal Horror Story: Piercing Gone Bad

Halloween is just around the corner. Horror stories and movies are gobbled with fervor. But … horror lives outside the fantasy realm. Horror lacking the supernatural or the psychopaths. We can find our own horror stories within our own life stories. Here is mine. (if under the age of 18, you actually can read this horror story)

Confessions of a Popaholic: Dr. Pimple Popper

So I have to make a confession …
I am a self diagnosed Popaholic. 

A popaholic is someone who gets pleasure from the removal of acne, cyst, and other items from under the skin. Sounds gross if you are not one but if you are I have to let you know that you are not alone.

NaNoWriMo: Writing Your Story!

Most high schoolers either dread English class or love it. I was part of the dreaded group and I know I was not alone. The funny thing was I loved to read books and write creative stories. I just needed … the right push. Thanks To Mr. K from my senior year at high school I got to participate in an amazing program that helps young writers. It is called NaNoWriMo.

Halloween Playlist for 2019

It is the time of year where ghost and ghouls come crawling out. Each specter creating spooky sights.  So to prep for this All Hollow’s Eve coming and the horde of trickster visit my haunted steps of my home in hopes of tasty treats, I have complied the perfect Halloween playlist to get you into the mood.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Doing More Than Policy Action

October is domestic violence awareness month. Recently the podcast at my university, PEP Talk, covered a local organization that assist those that are affected by domestic violence. They talked about how in the year 1994 that efforts were made to help prevent violence against women. Funding was made available and nonprofits were able to expand their operations. However, many still face the crisis of domestic violence. Examples of this crisis can be found in the Me Too movement that spread across the world.

Amber Guyger Trail: The Aftermath

If you are not from Texas or my hometown of Dallas, you probably don’t know who Amber Guyger is. You probably don’t know why her story has turned the city inside out or why the outcomes of her actions became a dark cloud over the city of Dallas that will not be erased anytime soon. 

Flying Fish: Ocean Full of Flavor

I recently attended a business conference in Orlando, Florida and got to sample some of the best seafood delicacies at the Disney World Resort in Broad Walk Inn. A tasty dinner is the perfect reward after long day of meetings in my opinion so when I was able to snatch a table at Flying Fish, I was floating through the rest of day. But let’s get go onto what you really want to hear about THE FOOD!