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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.

A Little More About Me

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


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 Truths About the Best Kind of Beauty

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

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

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