Content Writing

My passion and talent for writing began with failure. In elementary school, I wasn't the best writer and there was always red marks all over my papers. Instead of helping me, my mom decided to let me feel disappointment for myself and it worked. I was so tired of seeing red marks all over my papers that I began to work harder in my writing. I went from red marks all over my page to praise from my teachers. I learned from my failure, worked hard and eventually became a good writer causing my passion for writing to grow. I have had multiple blogs ever since xanga came out in middle school. This was my personal way to express myself and continue practicing my writing. Last year, I decided to take my writing from a personal level to a professional level and applied for The College Tourist Fall 2015 travel writer internship. I have 5 featured articles on their website as well as one that was posted on The Huffington Post. I also write for my company Make Life Count's blog. To check out my articles click the links below..

The College Tourist

Five Must See Sights in Arizona

10 Reasons Why San Diego is Great for Every College Tourist

10 Sights to See in Oahu, Hawaii

San Diego City Guide

Why You Don't Need to Go Across The World to Experience Travel

The Huffington Post

Why You Don't Need to Go Across the World to Experience Travel

The Lunch Table Talks

KayCyy and Lexii Alijai Confess Love Interests in “Say You Do”

Editorial: How Sampling is a Constructive Art Form in Music

Jai Yunae Recalls Mid-2000s R&B/Rap in “Last 4Eva” Track

Ric Wilson makes the “Soul Bounce” in Black Beautifying Single

Jacob Latimore: The Jack of all Trades in Entertainment

“Places + Faces” | Tayyib Ali is the Inspiration for the Uninspired

Usher, Ty Dolla $ign, Special Guests Highlight Memorable Real Show LA

Saint Pablo Tour in Full Effect: Views from The Lunch Table

Phife Dawg Gets Honored With New Definition of Street Credit

Kehlani, Little Simz Lay New Single Out on the “Table”

“Norm Life” by Olu Bliss | Reveals Our Preconditioned Tendency to Fit In