I am a creative that wears many hats. I am a Content Creator, Writer, Podcaster, and Humanitarian. I obtained my BA in Writing and Linguistics in 2015. Recently, I completed my Masters in 2019 in Media and Communications. This space is dedicated to my featured work.  Enjoy and feel free to reach out. 

Add laughter to your end of year wrap-up with HBO Max

What better way to add laughter than to binge-watch your favorite Black shows? In the past year, HBO Max has highlighted black shows that bring nostalgia from the ’90s to new shows that embrace the culture today. The end of the year can be a challenging time due to holidays, cold weather, daylight savings, and wrapping up Q4. It’s essential to ground yourself and sprinkle some joy into your daily routine. The Jamie Foxx Show: Jamie King is an aspiring actor from Carol, Texas, who moves to

Does Your Show Need a Virtual Assistant? —

As a podcaster, you will find that there are a lot of parts to creating episodes, such as the scripting, editing, marketing, etc. It can get overwhelming and the last thing you want to feel is burnout so quickly. What if I told you that you can hire a Podcast Virtual Assistant? I know you’re probably thinking, a Podcast Virtual Assistant. What’s that? I had the chance to chat with Bethany Hawkins owner of Crackers In Soup, a full service virtual assistant company, who shared some insights aroun

Meet Dayana Preval - Voyage ATL

Today we’d like to introduce you to Dayana Preval. Thanks for sharing your story with us Dayana. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there. My journey as a creative started on social media in 2016 with my blog Dayana’s Corner. My blog was created so that I could connect with other creatives and other people of color. The goal of my blog was so people could feel safe and heard. This eventually grew into my latest project The Millennial Chit-Chat Podcast, which I created in

Tips From a Podcast Producer —

In 2019, there were an estimated 86 million podcast listeners in the United States. This number is projected to increase to 132 million by 2022. What does that mean to you? It means more job opportunities and more avenues for creatives like yourself to monetize in the podcasting industry. Maybe you’re interested in breaking into the podcasting world, but you don’t want to be in the limelight of being a host. There are many roles in podcasting that are just as important as being the voice of a po

Here's Why J. Cole's 'KOD' Album Is The Message We All Need - Blavity

In music today, if the beat doesn’t drop within the first 10 seconds and make you turn up, you’re more likely to change the song. At times, I am guilty of this. Music is changing and our attention spans continue to decrease. But as a fan of J. Cole, as well as a black woman and overall music lover, I believe it’s my duty to listen and dissect his albums, because he makes music for us. J. Cole never fails to break down and articulate every emotion and experience that black people have faced and c

How Cutting My Hair Changed My Life - Blavity

It all started June 2016, I completed my 10 months of service with City Year. For those of you who know me, know that being in City Year was something I struggled with daily. For those who don’t know me, it was the toughest 10 months of my life. It felt as though, I was being robbed of my blackness. In the beginning, I was told that from my manager, and higher up, that my service year was a cause greater to self, that this year wasn’t about me. I was told that my service mattered, that I mattere

Relax, Relate, Release: Navigating Through Life as a 20-Something - Blavity

I find myself questioning everything at times, and wanting answers for everything, but I'm learning not everything is meant for me to see and understand RIGHT NOW. I'm learning how to take things day by day, and just to be grateful that I'm able to see another 24 hours. Something that I've realized that I'm doing is constantly working towards my goals. I set personal goals for each week and/or day in order to feel better about my process. I try to challenge myself, and do things outside my norm,