Wednesday, August 14, 2019


Hey All,

If you're in the metropolitan area and you want to get away go visit Sandy Point State Park Beach. The beach is located in Annapolis Maryland. I went there for a couple hours just to relax my mind. The drive was not too bad only 1 hour and 10 minutes. Once we arrive we had to pay a car admissions fee of $7 to get into the beach. We went during the summertime, which it's always crowded all summer long. I was able to find a space to set-up my beach tent and have my own area. The experience was super peaceful and relaxing. I love having a beach tent you get your own privacy. We brought some little snack and of course lots of water to drink. So I don't get dehydrated. I had fun and I would definitely go back again. Well before the summer ends!!!

From my experience here are the pros and cons:

-Perfect for a family & friends picnic
-Always find a vacant spot to sit on the beach
-water is cool and clean
-Enjoyed the nature center, playground, flying kites, collecting shells, wading, ...
-Great view of the Chesapeake bay bridge
-Diverse crowds of people

-They only thing I can say about the beach. It's dirty. There's dead fish all along the shore of the beach, so creates a fish smell.
-Overcrowded all year long except for the wintertime starting in October-March
-The sand is not white sand has an orangey color
-Paying a fee to get into the beach

See you next time!


Old Navy: Bathing Suit & Flip-Flops
Nordstorm Rack: Jeans
NYS Eyewear: Sunnies

Friday, August 2, 2019


Hello All,
A month ago, I celebrated my birthday. So Birthday celebrations are for fun! I love birthdays it's the best time to enjoy family and friends. I think as I get older I want to cherish real genuine friendships that you can talk to each other in free space. I've come across people that want to know everything about me, but have nothing say about their life. It makes me think, they don't feel comfortable to talk about personal conversations. I feel like a friendship is with friends that you can have serious and not so serious conversations. I know for me I tell to much, which makes me be an open book. I'm stepping back talking less and observing other people. It's good not always a good thing to say something that can come off in a negative or positive way.

Honestly, it shows growth I realized sometimes I talk about people who rubbed me the wrong which can come off in a negative way. I'm just not going to say, "this person said this" or "this person did this". I'm looking at in one perspective when there's two perspectives yours and the other persons. I need to take everything in stride!

For my birthday this what I learned:

-Don't take everything personally
-Let people talk and have their opinions, you don't have to agree with their opinions
-Don't respond to what others say. Just be quiet it's a good thing!
-Be around positive people that want you to succeed.
-Enjoy life and speak about things that are going to uplift you!


LOUIS ET CIE: Lace-Up Heels