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31 Day Blog Challenge Day 4

Day 4 Topic: Earliest Childhood Memory My earliest memories are comprised of love, adventure and warmth. I honestly can remember bits and pieces of my toddler years that still bring a smile to my face. I remember the shag carpeting my mom would place me on. It was soft and fun to pull at. I remember […]

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Minisode 3: Just One More Bite

Today’s topic was inspired by the Netflix Series, “Insatiable”. It is a very entertaining show and challenged me to think about my food addiction and the work I have to do on a daily basis to tackle this struggle. After listening please feel free to leave a comment or a voicemail. Please, also, follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter! […]

Minisode 2: What Do We Owe Each Other?

I binged watched the show “The Good Place” and one of the episodes really stuck out to me. I started wondering what obligations do we have to one another? Check out this episode to find out my conclusions! After listening please feel free to leave a comment or a voicemail. Please, also, follow me on Facebook, […]

Freedom through Time Management

Recently I’ve been listening to the audio book, 168 hours by Laura Vanderkam. Taking her advice of prioritizing what is important to me, I discovered what was actually important to me vs. what I thought was important. After listening please feel free to leave a comment or a voicemail. Thanks for Listening!

How Transparent Are We?

In this episode I touched base with nonprofit organizer and author, Mrs. Asha Ntim. We discussed the rise and fall of transparency and how accountability plays a major part in being authentic. I enjoyed talking with one of my besties, even though we had some minor connection issues during the interview. To learn more about […]

Staying Focused While Trusting God ft. My Mom

My Mom recently stepped by faith and purchased your new home. Starting off with poor credit, she built her credit score and cleared debts to cross this accomplishment off her list. Tune in to be motivated and hear her astounding story of the steps she took to accomplish a milestone goal. After listening please feel […]

Interview with Dope Plus-Size Model Shinar

Short Story. I was perusing through Instagram and came across this empowering image of a confident, black, full-figured model name Shinar. I instantly followed her on Instagram and was further inspired by each post I viewed. Her pictures were more than fashion to me but an ode to be comfortable in my own skin. Her […]

Interview with Entrepreneur GaBBY

Perusing the internet, I stumbled upon a Great invention that was created by a mom, Rozalynn Goodwin and her daughter, Gabrielle Goodwin. To my surprise, this business was formed from a mother’s Twitter rant pertaining to the number of hair bows that were disappearing off her daughter’s ponytails on a daily basis. At the time, […]

Anti-Superwoman Mentality- Your Efforts are Enough

Introduction I don’t normally target a specific audience but ladies, we do a lot! We are constantly multitasking, fixing what’s broken, nurturing our family all while dealing with the insecurity of inadequacy. On top of that, social media is naming us Queens and Superwomen. What a heavy title to live up to! I am not […]

Getting Stitched with Baby Room Couture

Looking for customized bedding or a comfy blanket for your lil one? If so, look no further as Baby Room Couture can satisfy this need! Baby Room Couture provides hand stitched children linen, bath robes and more. This Chicago-based business, started by Marjorie Rogers, provides intimately custom-made items that will leave you captivated upon receipt […]