"As I watch or read a story, I want to feel something.  I want to laugh, cry, get angry, or sad.  A story that can spark emotion is important.  I just want to pen stories that spark emotion.

- reese anderson



Reese Anderson is an author, blogger, philanthropist and creator.  She was born on Long Island, NY in the small town of Syosset.  Anderson attended Kennesaw State University, where she graduated with a B.A. in Communication.  

Anderson spends most of her time coaching in youth basketball programs, and traveling.  She loves to interact with people through social media.



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A month late, but ready for 2018!

What-a-year.  I hesitated writing this post because I hadn’t fully processed 2017.  We are now a month and three days into the year, and I can honestly say I have fully processed 2017.  2017 brought me a lot of pain. 2017 also brought me happiness and showed me signs of life.  Last year was a great learning experience and everything that should have broken me only made me stronger. There were 3 things I learned in 2017 that will stay with me forever... 

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Relax Your Mind, Let Your Conscious Be Free: Introduction of the Mental Health Day

We have even tricked our minds into believing we are lazy if we respect our bodies’ calls for rest.  “I will sleep when I’m a millionaire”.  Oh, the irony.  I assume to become a millionaire, you have to have millionaire thoughts. These thoughts are less likely to come if your brain is constantly exhausted....

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"At Least I’m Not In A Cubicle”: Financial Freedom VS Creative Freedom

Her shade reminded me of the numerous conversations I’ve held with my creative friends that think 9-5’s are beneath them.  There are so many people who think if you work a job, you can’t chase your dreams simultaneously.  In fact, I have seen clothing geared around this ideology.  People wear this far-fetched logic like a badge of honor....