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Sharita is an INTJ, a recovering perfectionist, and an over-thinker. Florida born, she adores long, sunny, summer days, but has grown to love Georgia in the fall. For her, there’s nothing more refreshing than snuggling up with a good book and a large cup of Earl Grey tea. Although she loves her book-worming time, she can often be found out and about in Clarkston, Georgia, playing with refugee children and getting to know families from all across the world. Sharita’s a proud carrier of the wanderlust gene and loves to travel and explore new places, both near and far. Though a part of the Millennial generation, she’s an old soul intrigued by the digital world but prefers the face-to-face company of a small group of family and friends. An introverted free spirit, she’s more than willing to set her books aside for conversations about social justice, global citizenship, and civility in a world that prioritizes individuality.
7 of the Best Summer Vacation Trips to Take

There’s nothing quite like a summer vacation. Between the sun’s warm rays, the excitement of a new adventure, and a week or two away


I repeated the phrase to myself again and again. Think on things that are noble, pure, and true. Beautiful things I’d told myself as

10 Instagram Travel Accounts You Need to Follow Right Now

If you’re anything like me, you too are guilty of spending countless hours scrolling through Instagram. Sure, I’ve wasted more time than I care

Here Are 10 Commandments to Be a Great Bonus Mom

If someone had told me that I was going to be a stepmom at 21 years old, aka a bonus mom, I would have


It’s that time again. You know, the time of year where the kids go back to school after you have just finished recovering from

5 Irresistible Places You Need to See This Fall

As much as I enjoy summer’s arrival, there’s just something about autumn that seems to calm my soul. Like an open invitation to relax,

5 Simple Ways to Keep Dr. King’s Dream Alive

If you’re anything like me, Dr. King’s legacy leaves you very much empowered and yet, feeling a little awkward. As much as his words

28 Lessons Life Has Taught Me Over The Years

My 28th birthday came slowly and quietly just as I expected. It wasn't loud like my 21st or social like my 16th. It wasn't ground-breaking like my


Oily raindrops collided with my windshield as I sat in traffic under a dark sky. It made no sense to me at all. 5:30pm

Breaking Up in a Digital World

It really was madness—ending an engagement via text message, but at the time I didn’t know what else to do. So I took the