With just ten weeks left until 2020, I’m taking some time to decide what new practices I want to implement and what I’d like to continue—in blogging and in life. And if you’re into resolutions, now is a good time to start—you know, just to see if they’re tangible goals or if you’re all talk! […]Read more "week forty-two"
Love is medicine. Love yourself. Love others. Spread love. Send love. Be love. Love. –Lalah Delia ❤Read more "week 39"
“I’m reclaiming my time!” has to be my favorite quote of 2017 and I am as serious as Auntie Maxine with its usage. Last month, I met a fellow blogger, was introduced to her blog then read a post that changed my life. For those that aren’t ready to face the man in the mirror, the […]Read more "Reclaiming My Time"
too small too tall too loud too proud too narrow too wide too polite too uninviting too stiff too rhythmic too aggressive too passive too mysterious too open too dark too light too humorous too serious too bitter too sweet too calm too quiet too oblivious too aware too smart too ugly too fine too […]Read more "it’s always something with these black women"
Blogging and building a social media following (for my business) has helped me recognize what’s vital for sustainability and growth. I thought I’d share for those that are new to it, feel stagnate or simply lack confidence or direction in navigating the socialsphere: Consistency. Whether you commit to once a day, once a week or […]Read more "week 35|2017: 9 rules of blogging and online sociability"
We can’t afford it We’ve been nickeled and dimed far too many times To make fun of our sisters on the welfare line or To make fun of the young queens on the payday loan line in a bind Trying to pay fall tuition in the wintertime No more change left to spare There’s no […] […]Read more "We Can’t Afford It (a reblog)"
Pure fire. AGAIN Cheat on me again Ignore me again Choose her over me again Disrespect me again Yell at me again Don’t buy me anything again Don’t introduce me again Choose them over me again Lie to me again Don’t call when you say you will again Don’t come when you say you will […]Read more "AGAIN | Raw Poetic Response & Reflection (a repost)"