I love social media. Between FB, Twitter, and Instagram, I am regularly posting, reading, and sharing with friends and followers alike. As a writer, educator, and indie publisher, social media has proven to be a great way to crowd-source ideas, promote work, and build relationships and communities with readers and other writers. As a person… Continue reading Death by Social Media
Work/Life Balance is such a buzzword nowadays. Everyone wants to figure out how to be amazing, do amazing things, all at once, across every area of their lives. Recently, someone sent me a message after the short film, The Reunion, was released and said, “Tracey, you are #goals! You’re a wife, mother, professor, writer, and now… Continue reading Having it all…or not.
It’s time. It’s been time. And these are my reasons. Mine.
By Shara D. Taylor I hated middle school. Most of my teachers hated me. Let me count the ways. I was called a disgrace to my race by a music teacher. I was told I’d become a drug-dealing jailbird by another music teacher. That lady was a former narcotics agent who probably shouldn’t have had… Continue reading #DontforgetMcKinney – The Not-So-Special Case of a Black Girl in Suburbia (Guest Post)
I’ve recently begun walking. LOL! I just realized how that sounds. Let me start over. I’ve recently begun walking…for exercise. Sometimes it’s around my block. Other times, it’s on the treadmill. My walking time is also a time for devotion. I chat with Jesus. He tells me things. Mostly that He loves me and everything… Continue reading How Fast Do YOU Climb Your Mountains? Are We Missing What it Means to Grow?
This post is likely to make some people uncomfortable. A former pastor of mine used to say that some folks are “so heavenly minded that they are no earthly good.” I get that. I’m also clear that this post just might force some to confront and/or examine their own journeys as I have. Maybe, if but… Continue reading Notorious TML[G]