Ah, yasss! I've finally done a thing I didn't think I ever could - buying land... in Hawai'i at that! A year after meeting my partner, I started to think about land ownership frequently. Something didn't feel good about paying monthly rent and getting nothing long term for it. I was too cheap and too … Continue reading Can You Really Own Land?
I am excited to be a guest blogger on another platform! This one is mom centered, too but specifically moms of color. I decided to write an article on the intersection of money and values. Here's a snippet: When I immigrated to America, I was given “the talk” about becoming a self-empowered, self-sustained immigrant black … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Money & Values
You may find it helpful to (re)read my thoughts about becoming a stay at home mom and about my birthing experience. It's been a little over 4 months of momming. This is a partial sum of my experience. Listen to the audio version here! How Do I Mom? My experience with kids was occasionally taking … Continue reading Being A Stay At Home Mom
Written before baby was born. Home Grown I've always been a homebody. As a child, I stayed mostly at home, finding adventure mostly in my house via books and writing. Occasionally I'd stray with my mom for a walk around the district, but my home and mind had everything I needed. As a teenager, I … Continue reading Becoming a Stay At Home Mom
Releasing this book of stories has reminded me of something I've always wanted to do: connect more with the producers (such as artists) I know. I want to thank everyone who ordered "Jamaican Accent" so far - most of which were surprises I didn't even see coming! Feels like y'all have a secret piece of … Continue reading Thanks for Your Support!
I never thought much about money before the age of 13. I never felt poor, but I didn't feel I could have everything I wanted. I had enough to feel grateful. Whatever money I'd acquire, I'd save for my birthday. My brother and I have birthdays 10 days a part. I'd save for my party … Continue reading American Money Dreams