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My Life is Mine

18 Feb

IMG_1664A couple months ago I was on Facebook, lurking. Someone shared a video of one of my favorite feminists, Tracee Ellis Ross. I love anything Tracee Ellis Ross related: her style, jokes, TV shows, etc. Normally I wouldn’t watch anything on social media that is longer than two (2) minutes, this particular video was over 10 minutes. But because it was about Ms. Ross, whom I admire so much- I decided to watch it entirely. It was a video she was a guest speaker at Glamour for “Women of the Year”. For over 10 minutes she expressed how people always make her feel like she hasn’t done anything in her life because she isn’t married nor have any kid: something that strikes home for me. Ms. Ross listed a few of her accomplishments such as, starring on Black-Ish, winning awards and is on the cover of many magazines. No matter how much she has done, someone always feels like her life doesn’t have any meaning- solely because she is a single-woman. She even elaborated on how people would tell her it is not too late to adapt.

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With Age Comes…

24 Apr

IMG_4239The day I turn 28, I started addressing myself as if I just turned 40. Not that I’m saying 40 is old- but I’m 28 years old for Christ sake! I feel older than I actually am and sometimes I feel like I should have known more or have already accomplished more things.

I like to believe with age comes maturity; and for me, I want to be able to do things by myself, depending on myself more. A couple years ago, you couldn’t force me to dine out or to attend church alone. You couldn’t force me to do anything solitary, unless it had to do with my living space: that I can’t compromise.

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