I know how easy it is to neglect self-care, TRUST ME, I do!
I’ve been reading the book “You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life” by Jen Sincero and it’s AMAZING! This book is actually one of the inspirations that lead me to start this blog.
If you haven’t seen my latest youtube video, please do so here. My latest vlog gives you a sneak peek into my weekend, where I’ve attended a twerk class, a photo shoot coordinated by Black Girls Who Collaborate; a millennials networking group for women of color, and also an event called Currently Creating; which was a networking event for creative millennials.
When I was much younger, I would always tell myself that I never wanted to be like one of those adults who said that they wish they had done something in their life and didn’t.
“A strong woman builds her own world. She is one who is wise enough to know that it will attract the man she will gladly share it with” –Ellen J. Barrier
A good description of black sitcoms in the 90’s is revolutionary, original and so god damn addicting.
This past weekend, my fiancé and I decided to go and see the new Taraji P. Henson movie, Acrimony, and I couldn’t help but leave the movie theater feeling a little torn.
While adulthood is a wonderful thing (at times), I’m sure we all can agree that being educated on certain topics could have prevented some mistakes and even helped us achieve a higher level of success that we’re currently at in our lives.
So, I’ve been listening to Amanda Seales’ podcast pretty often lately and she is HILARIOUS!