It's sad to say this but since the passing of Nipsey Hussle, I've been inspired with wanting to level up and educate myself more on entrepreneurship, financial stability, my history and who I am as a black woman in America. A lot of that involves feeding my brain with the information out there that is … Continue reading Level Up – Read a Book!
I'm not big on makeup and as much as I want to learn how to slay my face I don't think I have the patience. The outcomes I see are always beautiful but the time it takes to make it happen, I just don't have, at least not on a weekday. Then I think about … Continue reading 3 Essentials I MUST Have in My Makeup Bag
It's been over a week since we lost a predominant figure in the rap game as well as around the world and particularly in his community. Nipsey Hussle, birth name Ermias Joseph Asghedom, wasn't just known for his lyrics but for his activism, entrepreneurship, spirit and his overall efforts/contributions to bettering himself and his community. … Continue reading Gems From Nipsey
Hello Everyone! It's time I give you a mommy blog post. Becoming a mom has been the biggest blessing ever. I've wanted to be a mom since I can remember and by time I was 15-years-old I knew I wanted to have nothing but boys. The way my son drives me crazy you'd think I … Continue reading It’s My Room Too!
Some may call me boujee but me and public transportation have never mixed. When I think about it, I think about the germs and all the crazy people who I could possibly bump into. I actually never really had to use public transportation much growing up because I either always had a ride somewhere or … Continue reading 3 Reasons Public Transportation Has Become My BFF
In August of 2018 I had lost the one job I had been working for 3 years. Did I panic? Not really but I began to wonder what I'd do with my free time. I had started a merch store (TDOS) selling crewnecks and T-Shirts with a logo I had someone create for this blog, and … Continue reading TDOS – Don’t Let Up
Emotions, I don't show them very much and I never really have, that was until 5 months ago I noticed a change. Death is so common but in the past every time I heard about one it never had much of an effect on me. I wouldn't cry or really feel much about the situation … Continue reading Living On Borrowed Time: “Tomorrow Isn’t Promised.”