LESLIE DANIELS

MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST

Place of Origin: Atlanta, GA

     Leslie Daniels is a graduate from Georgia Southern University with a degree in Multimedia Journalism. She has a passion for entertaining and informing others, and she hopes to use her talents to become a TV/radio personality. In her leisure time you can find her scrolling through YouTube to find her next hairstyle or roaming through the beauty supply store. 

What animal would you be, and why? I would be a dolphin. Their playful nature allows them to enjoy life. Life has so many simple pleasures, I just want to enjoy every second of it. 

Fav. Quote: “Be true. Be wild. Be happy.” –Unknown

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Introducing Curly Gurlies, a natural hair podcast

Brought to you by Avant-Youth, Curly Gurlies is a natural hair podcast show that celebrates young Black women through mutual understanding, shared stories and helpful tidbits and information on hair care. It’s a show that centers around a major identity point – namely, through hair.

Is Keto the key to your weight loss?

Keto is a diet that changes the way your body produces energy. Instead of using carbohydrates like fruit and grains to create glucose, it uses ketones, which are generated by the liver when the body is in periods of starvation or fasting. This process is called gluconeogenesis, and it creates glucose.

Cancel Culture Is Toxic

“Twitter, do your thing,” is a toxic line used to expose someone, a brand or company that is displaying problematic behavior.
It is the epitome of cancel culture, the idea that someone can be cancelled based on their unsettling remarks or ideologies. Although the term “cancel culture” is new, the act behind it is not. The trend is particularly popular amongst Gen Z’ers and Millennials.

Forget Fomo: You’re Important too

COVID has some of us in a place of fear–that is fear of missing out (FOMO). We tend to depend on others and things around us to keep us happy instead of creating our own happiness.
When experiencing FOMO, we resort to going out and doing reckless things that can put us at a higher risk for COVID-19 and therefore harming those closest to us. It is important to find a happy medium between wilding out all the time and staying home.