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NEW: Web of Lies Series

Today’s question: “Does discrimination still exist in the workplace based on the color of one’s skin, gender, schools attended, and even age?”

It’s almost a straight-cut yes! But there’s more to this. There’s a web of lies underpinning our attitudes and behaviors towards people in the workplace. I’ll be covering this on the blog! (Stay tuned!).Today is the International Day of the Girl Child so we’ll be looking at sexism in the workplace. Continue reading “NEW: Web of Lies Series”

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Did He Really Say That?

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I remember back in my Organization Communication course in grad school where my lecturer tried to explain the concept of miscommunication by using this funny example of the Eclipse. Continue reading “Did He Really Say That?”

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Waiting Room

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Have you ever been in a waiting room? A place where you cannot do anything and it feels like your whole life comes to a halt— delayed action. You pace back and forth in what feels like a confined space. Your palms become wet as you break into a sweat despite the air conditioning.

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Empty

I woke up one morning feeling empty. One would think to feel empty is to feel lighter and even relieved. On the contrary, my body felt like a thousand boulders when I got outta bed. I tried to adjust my eyes to the blankness of my existence. With a deep sigh I began what seemed to be an endless humdrum day. Continue reading “Empty”

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Final Endgame

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Yass!! The long awaited Avengers Endgame is out and it met expectations. More importantly for me, it brought closure. It didn’t even have post credit scenes to show you how much closure it had! 😂 Okay, I’m not gonna give any spoilers, I’m just gonna say it was interesting.🏃🏾‍♀️

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M. The Explorer

A wise man once said that the journey is oftentimes more important than the destination. I found this to be true, when I set out on a journey against popular opinion- a war against my comfort zone. This was a journey that my soul longed for. My body willed it and my Spirit conceived it.

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