At the beginning of this decade I was fresh out of high school(no diploma), no job, no friends and super depressed. and I was lying to everyone around me about what I was I doing with my life. Truth is I wasn’t doing anything and that killed me and I was ashamed. I felt hopeless for the first half of the decade and my 20s , like it would never get better. And for a long time it didn’t. It only got worse. I couldn’t get a job, I couldn’t pass my math ged (always 4 points off) and my friends didn’t understand depression/mental health and walked away. Fast forward to the end of the decade and I’ve had 3 jobs and been in college since 2016, I’ve put my work on hold to go back to school full time in January, I’ve launched a blog/website, started selling my jewelry. Fell inlove, fell out of of love, fell in love with myself, cut off a toxic 10 year nothingship, realized money doesn’t make you happy, made new friends who feel like family, traveled to Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina , Georgia, California, became much more confident in myself, I became comfortable In my sexuality and so so much more. Started working out and looking after myself. Looking back I’ve accomplished ALOT And I’ve come so far! Shanise from 2010 would NEVER even dream half of this would happen. If I would have gave up in 2012,2013,2014 I wouldn’t be here and wouldn’t have been able to experience the amazing things I have. I’m glad to be saying goodbye to this decade. Although the end of it was amazing , it was still a very hard 10 years for me and I really went through it! Here’s to 2020🥂🍾 and to hoping I’ve finally found my way and I can let go of all the past bullshit. Here’s to another 10 years!!!!! (Please be better than the last)🥳🍾
HAPPY NEW YEARS, BE SAFE🍾🥂🎶
Here’s the thing, the god honest truth, 2019 was the hardest year I’ve had in a long time. I went fresh into the new year with a new job and a new semester of school and full of hope(New website). Ended up succeeding in work but failed an entire semester of school. I dropped out temporally. I made new friends whilst keeping the old ones. New friends turned out not to be so good for my mental health. Old friends started new ventures and moved away. Cue my mental health taking another dive. My love life, completely toxic and full of drama. Cue my mental health taking ANOTHER dive. For the first time in years, I felt hopeless and just useless. I was working non-stop and was miserable. I felt like my life was going nowhere. In August I started pushing everyone away. And by November I could barley leave my bed unless I had to go to work. I wasn’t sleeping and my mind was in overdrive . Without getting to TMI on the god awful internet, I just want to say all of this sucked major ass and I’m going into 2020 hopeful. I’m making a lot of changes for the new year and I just hope I’m back here alive on December 27 ,2020 to tell you all about my amazing wonderful year. I’m rooting for myself for the first time EVER. Happy New Years 🥳
- Sex education
- The society- mind you before I watched it…I had a dream about this same exact plot and was like wow this would be a good show/movie🥴🙄
- You- no matter how creepy dan Humphrey was/is , it’s still a very good watch!
1. One direction
As we end another decade. Let’s look back on some of the best movie franchises it had to offer.
- The avengers franchise- also the highest grossing franchise EVER.
- Star Wars- the last Jedi, the force awakens, the rise of sky walker
- The Hunger Games
- Paranormal activity franchise
- Fifty shades of grey
- Iron man-1,2,3
- Captain America-1,2,3
I waited to do this review because I simply didn’t wanna seem unsupportive of the black arts. I was super excited when I first saw the trailer earlier this year and LOVED the concept of a black-chocolate Bonnie and Clyde. And to some extent this was just that. But it was also a HUGE letdown. The actors did AMAZING. They did what they could with the script and acted their asses off. The storyline has huge plot holes. And generally just didn’t seem like it knew what kind of story it wanted to tell. The film was beautifully shot. But it just wasn’t as great as the black community is hyping it up to be. It was boring.( I hate to say it), but it was boring. There was a point I fell asleep during it and woke up and nothing still had happened. The ending pissed me off and the whole film just didn’t seem likely. The only touching part of the film was the end. I hate even being this negative towards this film because it had the potential and the acting was superb!!! But it just fell short for me. But maybe that’s just me and maybe I was expecting to much, who knows! Still go see it and support the black arts!!!
Its finally here, harry styles sophomore album fine line dropped Friday December 13, and what an album it is!!!! He took two years to make this album and I was kinda of nervous to see how he would step it up from the first album. Artists generally struggle with their second albums and it’s usually their make or break to see if they’ve STILL GOT IT. But Mr. Styles has proved his longevity and his creativity in this business!!! If I dare say fine line is miles ahead of his first album and one of the best albums of 2019! Fine line is full of Woodstock/hippie vibes and I’m all for it. Harry really has leveled up with his vocals and range! I had no idea Harry’s register could go that low or that high for that matter. There was a couple times on different songs I had to rewind and go ” wait harry, no YOU JUST DID THAT SIS”. I’m so proud of how far he’s come and how comfortable he’s gotten in his fluidity and music. I think he’s finally found his lane. I can’t WAIT to see him in concert in August. Favorite songs off the album
- Canyon moon
- Sunflower vol.6
- Watermelon sugar
- Fine line
- To be so lonely
1. LM5- little mix
2. Harry styles -fine line
3. Fka twigs- Magdalene
4. Clairo- immunity
5. Ariana grande- thank you NEXT