I'm a planner, I've always been a planner. I like everything in my life to be laid out and organized in just a certain way. I like knowing what's next and having a timeline for everything. Over the past month, I have not been able to have control over every any aspect of my life. … Continue reading Taking my Hands off the Wheel
Don't get me wrong, I have an amazing life, I feel so blessed for it and I wouldn't trade it for anything. For both my long time, and recent followers I have lived a very charmed life. I have been whisked away on many amazing adventures and I've been very lucky for everything I've experienced. … Continue reading It’s Not Always as Great as it Seems
As I'm currently more than half way across Canada, I wanted to sit down and share what I've learned having lived in Vancouver for three and a half years. 1. Opportunity is out there, you just have to go to get it. This is one of the first things I learned when I moved here … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned Living in Vancouver
Hi! I'm Kinijalele, you can call me Savanna or Sav though. This is going to be a little different than pretty much anything I've posted recently. It's raw, and its casual. For the past three years on this blog, and for many more years before that on my old blog I have portrayed myself as … Continue reading Who is Kinijalele?
Three years ago I thought nothing of myself, I had felt this way for years, and I was certain I would never amount to anything. I was struggling with an eating disorder, and other mental illness related issues. Even after I was recovered, it took some time to rebuild the confidence I once had. It's … Continue reading How I Managed to Get my Self Confidence Back After it was at an All Time Low
So pretty much everyone and their dog has seen 13 Reasons Why at this point, and I'm included in that mix and I think it's one of the most important shows of my time thus far. Please keep in mind, I have not yet finished the show so no spoilers please. I was bullied relentlessly … Continue reading 13 reasons why I’m glad I’m alive
Being unemployed is stressful, changing careers is stressful, saying no is stressful. I lost my "dream job" a little under a month ago, and decided to take this opportunity to say goodbye to my legal career. I interviewed at a handful of places, and two law firms just in case. I felt so optimistic about many … Continue reading remembering (it’s okay) to take your time.