I truly appreciate all of the things that make up humanity – getting to know people’s motives, their drive, their ambitions, their whole story.
A late mentor once told me, “to really excel in what you love to do, you would need both metacognition and curiosity”. Metacognition allows us to understand why we act a certain way and helps us recognize others – some may call this paradox as “perception”. Curiosity breaks the barrier in our brain which allows that information to flow through your mind.
This is why I love what I do.
Universally, the color red is commonly associated with love and with the idea of being intimate. This had me wondering: Why is that?
With racial injustice being brought to national attention within the past year, BHM feels a lot more important compared to recent years.
Wearing a hoodie can be considered as symbol for truth and racial injustice. Dive into the story of Trayvon Martin and his influence on today.
Now that we are almost a month removed from the Super Bowl, we are officially in the 2021 NFL offseason. Yesterday, February 23rd, marks the first day for teams to opt in and designate a franchise tag for any player with an expiring contract – according to NBC Sports With the pandemic still wreaking havoc, theContinue reading “Reflecting the Ravens’ 2020 Season”
Love is in the air – well, more like the coronavirus. But as we all know, Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Whether you’re single or in a committed relationship, if you despise intimacy or longing for it, you just can’t seem to hide away from the love. Universally, the color red is commonly associatedContinue reading “Color of Attraction”
As we all know, February is Black History Month. With racial injustice being brought to national attention within the past year, this time around feels a lot more important compared to recent years. Said best by N’dea Yancey-Bragg of USA Today, “Black History Month recognizes the contributions African-Americans have made to this country throughout time. SpecificallyContinue reading “Embrace Your Culture for Black History”