Watching them kick the front door in was satisfying but not as gratifying as seeing his face when he began to realize what was going on. You see, I had spent five months watching how he moved. I knew his ins, his outs, and his patterns. I knew his strengths, but he forgets that I … More Pleasure and Pain: Part 1
Invest the eight hours of Sunday Service, into yourself. If you spend hours in church, spend each Sunday during those hours on yourself. On getting to know you, or doing something that excites you the most. On what you like. And if you don’t know…don’t worry, you have eight hours to figure it out! That’s … More Church
I did it again! But this time with a new self published poetry collection. For about 3 years now I debated back and forth if I should release a new poetry book and if I should take the route of publishing it on my own. It took some time getting the format down and sending … More “Her Final Entries” A Collection of Poems & Affirmations, Available Now.
Being a parent is truly a wonderful experience. I can’t wait for the day I can experience all the one in a lifetime moments with my children. I commend all parents, but I give a special praise to single parents. The job of parenting isn’t always an easy task. I’ve known this after watching my … More The Truth of Single Parenthood
Covid-19 is taking the nation by storm. Birthdays, date nights, and even major milestones are now put on an indefinite pause. However, I think that pause can be used on so much needed self-care. So many of us have put off hobbies, vacations, and even our loved ones due to the hustle of everyday life. … More Quarantine: A Self-Care Guide
Avoiding Burnout: A Self-Care Guide We’re always under pressure to achieve a new goal or cross something off our to do list. We’re always breaking records and generational curses. Even if that means not prioritizing our mental health. Our bodies serve as our personal temples. Yet, sometimes we forget that we need a tune-up. Just … More Avoiding Burnout: A Self-Care Guide
Self Care Tips Finals week has started or will be approaching for college students. With all the anxiety and also joy for some students I thought it would be important to provide some self-care tips for folks to indulge in. As young black professionals and creatives we are always on the go, in meetings, studying … More We all Need a Little TLC: Self Care Tips
The scale, it’s not a girl’s best friend but more like the girl across the hall that gave you dirty looks and made up rumors about you in school. It’s legit my worst enemy, yet I can’t help but go back to it hoping it will stop deceiving me. I know, I hear it all … More My Weight Loss Battle
Lay up in the house type mood Naked on the couch type mood Catch up on your shows type mood Netflix and chill type mood Soaking in the bathtub nude mood Mood Eric Bellinger couldn’t have explained my lifestyle at 27 years old any better. I am not ashamed. Let me tell ya’ll, I have … More Lay Up in the House Type Mood, Mood
Looking at me you can never tell if I’m having a good or bad day because the expression on my face doesn’t change much. Can we say permanent bitch face? Also there are times I enjoy being to myself, so if you catch me being extremely quiet you may assume something is wrong when it’s … More Things That Keep Me Going When I’m Down.