Kicking it with Good Company

One of the many sports that is admired but yet highly underrated here in America is kickball. It’s the playground recreation that isn’t taken too seriously but makes a point to have a straightforward set of rul...

Locker Talk: Social Pressures Still Linger in 2019

Peer pressure is a constant battle that will never cease to exist. We face it as children, teenagers, and even as adults. As children, we all have a friend that dares us to jump from a high elevation. As teenag...

Clover: A Cat Rejected From Hell

Unlike people, unlikeable animals are hard to come by. From my experience, cats lack a sinister motive and the sense for a deliberate betrayal that humans often calculate. Meeting awful people is like seeing a ...

My Own Crazy Cat Lady

Ever since I saw Michele Pfeiffer overpouring milk into her cats’ bowls in her portrayal of Selina Kyle, better known as Cat Woman in Tim Burton’s 1992 Batman Returns, I’ve admired crazy cat people. Cats are of...

Remarkable Human Beings: Life as a Volunteer

Philanthropy tends to be a term flung around regarding those who are spotlighted for their generous contributions in the form of a check — CEO’s, film stars, musicians, and professional athletes. However, their...

I Will Survive: My Must-Have Travel Survival Kit

Traveling has many shapes, and forms — along with its do’s and don’ts. But traveling takes some trial and error in a way. You have to experiment to see what works for you. However, there are certain items that ...

Shaky Knees 2019: Atlanta’s Indie Dreamland

Atlanta is arguably the biggest musical hub in the country, some even may say the world at the moment. No matter what anyone’s side of the argument is — it’s undeniable that the city is gaining more and more tr...

The Messy Art of Decluttering

Nowadays, we can’t escape the word “decluttering” without darting our attention to Marie Kondo’s work, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” It’s fantastic, sure. But without our own submission, self-help bo...

To Say I Do, Or I Don’t

We are tugged back and forth in society over the holy matrimony known as marriage. We’ve all heard the cliché pokes about how it eventually becomes stale and static — making it seem like this trap that some of ...