2019: New Year, New Goals

Accomplishing Goals For The New Year This is the final Afrologik article of 2018. I've expressed to you all how very appreciative I am of your support, so I won't go into detail with that gratitude. However, I truly hope that I have given you all something positive that you can take into 2019. Through … Continue reading 2019: New Year, New Goals

2 Days Left In 2018: What Writers Block Looks Like

A Look Back... I can only speak for myself, but 2018 was an awesome year! I traveled, I met some Facebook friends, I found myself, and I found the place that I really want to be (California); I've even started making plans to make that a reality. Most importantly, I started Afrologik, which has been … Continue reading 2 Days Left In 2018: What Writers Block Looks Like

10 Music Artists To Relax With

Music Therapy The weekend is here! After working all week, we finally get a couple of days to chill and relax. The universe is awesome for that. I’m sure that many of you have exciting plans and things to do, while others may not have any thing planned; except for maybe some housework and “me” […]

Positivity VS Happiness — Are They One And The Same?

Accepting Positivity And Happiness As Separate Entities While scrolling Instagram a few days ago, I ran across the meme posted above, and it really hit home for me. "Staying positive doesn't mean that you have to be happy all the time". Well, that's a relief. If being positive meant always being happy, then I've failed … Continue reading Positivity VS Happiness — Are They One And The Same?

Taking Care of Your “Right Now’s”

Allowing Yourself To Be Vulnerable In my quest for some level of mental stability, I sometimes find myself quite angry, which usually leads to sadness. This is no good because I really do work hard to stay in the good vibes zone, but how can I stay in the zone when I have trouble finding … Continue reading Taking Care of Your “Right Now’s”

Darkness, Static, & Light

Staying In The Game The day that I learned about the particulars of Borderline Personality Disorder was one of the hardest days that I've had to endure thus far. The first thing that came to mind was: "Most likely, I once had a chance at being great at something. Everything that I have done, been … Continue reading Darkness, Static, & Light

Returning To The Good Vibes Zone

A Short Story About Brandi Badd Ass A while back, I was having trouble staying in balance. Suddenly, I started losing weight. I wasn't trying to, and I had been eating as much as I usually do. Within a few weeks I had lost nearly twenty pounds; I was barely 100 pounds. I would also … Continue reading Returning To The Good Vibes Zone

Jealousy: A Useful Tool

Making Your Own Envy Work For You The mirror can be a far more deadly weapon than a gun or a knife. It can be dangerous because it not only shows us who we are, but also, who we are not. A lot of times our own mirror images does not add up to who … Continue reading Jealousy: A Useful Tool

No Idea’s Original… But C’Mon Man!!!

Giving Your Audience Something To Think About Building a blog is hard and sometimes disheartening work. I suppose this could be said of any goal that a person sets for themselves. It takes time, hard work, tough skin, strength, endurance, and perchance the hardest of them all-- it takes patience, and lots of it! At … Continue reading No Idea’s Original… But C’Mon Man!!!

Plan “A” Is All That You Need

10 Reasons Why A "Plan B" Isn't Necessary “Plan B", "Alternate Strategy”, “Back Up Plans” are all very practical and safe reasonings. After all, we have all been conditioned to think with the logic of the cliche “Plan A is always have a ‘Plan B’”. We all feel much safer knowing that we have several systems in … Continue reading Plan “A” Is All That You Need