First Impression: Visme

  Hello my reader friends!  I’m back with another first impression!  I’ve been so pleased with the love for my other first impression posts, and I want to thank each and every one of you for reading and commenting on them.  If you haven’t read them yet, click here to see the other posts in … Continue reading First Impression: Visme


Published Again!

My publication journey started back in middle school.  I was fortunate enough to have a poem published in a book along with hundreds of others from kids around the United States. Well, it's happened again, my friends. Back in April, I received a strange email.  The sender told me that they worked for a publishing … Continue reading Published Again!

First Impression: Influenster

I asked my beautiful blogger friends on Twitter what sites/apps they use to get sponsored posts for their blog.  My friend Michelle (link goes to her blog) suggested Collabor8 and Influenster.  Since I have an Android phone, I can't download Collabor8 (yet) so I went with Influenster.  I decided to help out others who are thinking about … Continue reading First Impression: Influenster

First Impression: Canva

  Hello again!  I’m back with my first first impression post.  To start things off, I chose Canva.  I’ve heard a lot about this website from my fellow bloggers over on Twitter, so I decided to check it out and see what it’s like.   What is Canva? Canva is a website and app (for both Apple … Continue reading First Impression: Canva

The Book Of Wisdom- A Three Month Journey (1/3)

It is often said that the book of Proverbs, the book of wisdom, has 31 chapters for every day of the month (if the month has 30 days, you read chapters 30 and 31 on the 30th).  So, the pastor that Mom and I listen to created a journal to go along with said book. … Continue reading The Book Of Wisdom- A Three Month Journey (1/3)

National Stationary Week

Happy National Stationary Week! I had been wanting to write a post about my favorite writing utensils and such, so I thought this would be the perfect time! As a writer, the things we use to get our thoughts down onto a piece of paper, a physical piece of paper, is very important. It was … Continue reading National Stationary Week

Find A Need And Fight For It

Justice. I love to fight for justice. Injustice fuels a passion inside of me, that I just don't know what to do with. I try to be a voice for people who don't think that their voice matters (I guess this is why my storytelling super power is The Disruptor). Which is why I had … Continue reading Find A Need And Fight For It