I’m Sydnei. Writing and creating keep me going. Style posts make me happy. Growing up, I was the girl with flower patterned pants and a striped top. It was tacky in 2004, it’s haute in 2020. As a child, I wrote my feelings down- I wore what I wanted- I was carefree. Somewhere between high school and college I forgot how much fun it was to live life on your own terms. I said what people wanted me too- I wore what was popular- I followed the crowd. Tuskegee University taught me the importance of being Sydnei. College reminded me that people can spot a fake from a mile away. Being myself is much easier and much more rewarding (and much less time consuming). It’s not always easy, but it’s a journey that I’m willing to take. Her Modern Life is everything I wish I had in high school; a place where I’m comfortable being myself.
When is the last time that you thought about yourself? Not for vanity or out of pride– but for necessity. It’s easy to get lost in the sauce when you haven’t taken the time to truly learn yourself. There’s no way that you can improve the world until you’ve taken the time out to improve yourself. We were put on this Earth to love and support each other. Do you make it easy for people to love you? Are you supporting the people who support you? I’m slowly learning who Sydnei is- what I love, what I need to stay away from, how I make others feel. Her Modern Life has helped me discover my capabilities, maximize my talents and build my community. Thanks for coming along for the ride.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Sales and Marketing AND a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management. I currently help small brands find their brand identities and increase their online presence. Social media marketing has become the law of the land and I’m the creative engine that keeps my clients brands going. Her Modern Life has become a well-oiled machine.