uh-oh, look at you actually being interested in who’s behind the writing. Some people just come to read then they pack their things and leave. I mean, I actually have a post that tells a little about me called The Owner, but I didn’t know how to make it a page then so here’s a more official one.
I was a blogger before I put it in my bio on Twitter or introduced my blog on Instagram; I was a writer before I let the world know. Words have always brought me peace and made the most complicated things simple. Any word. Curse words. “poetic” words. Simple words. Long words. Any and every word becomes a cure when brought to life. Freshman year at Howard University, all I wanted to do was write. No math classes, no science classes. Just put me in a class that would give me the tools to get my words heard or read. But someone told me writing was a dying career and I wouldn’t make any money…so I declared psychology as my major. At first I considered that one of my regrets but…
Little did I know, psychology is actually made for writers with a writer’s mind: Made for those that crave deep conversations. Made for those that are bored with the things that are only on the surface. Made for those that seek to understand every detail. Made for those that live in their heads 85% of the time. Made for those that plan to save the world…one word at a time.
I’m not a traditional blogger. I’m not scared to be a human that share real feelings towards real situations. I’m not scared to drop F-bombs. Wait. Are we really scared to say fuck? Just fucking say the shit if it gets your point across. I’m not scared to speak about more than fashion and music because there’s more to life than Chanel and Drake. I’m not scared to be myself completely. My genuine self. My real self.
Life In A Pile is a real blog and I mean that in every way. Don’t expect anything less than real topics with real feelings….but whenever I’m not feeling too deep that day or a situation hasn’t moved me, you can also expect a little fashion, music, photography, poetry etc. to enjoy in the meantime.
As always: Thank you & I hope you will always continue to read.