Scuse Me, Does My Fat Make You Uncomfortable?

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you are aware of the stunning Lizzo. She has been out since 2013, yet, 2019 was the year the World acknowledged her talent. Her single, “Good As Hell”, first reached my ears in 2018 and truly inspired me. When she performed “Good As Hell” on MTV last […]

The Story Behind the Story

Meet our Guest Author Rachel Ellynn M. Rachel Ellynn M. is a published poet and author in KCMO. Her next piece becomes available 2.14.20, entitled the garden boy. You can find more writing on her blog and social media. Also you can follow her on the following: Twitter: @rachelellynnm Facebook: @rachelellynnm Instagram: @rachelellynnmauthor Preface The release of my upcoming […]

31 Blog Challenge: Day 2

Today’s challenge was so much fun! I’m a pretty interesting gal. Day Two Topic: 20 Facts About Me I love autumn. There is nothing more naturally beautiful than autumn. The thing I most love about myself is my smile. I’ve watched the entire season of Frasier over 10 times. (I’m sure I’m low balling this number.) […]

Effective Ways for Loosening Soul Ties

When I was dating I wish I was more like Lizzo. It would’ve been great to look myself in the mirror and say “Girl, You the one!” via GIPHY What an awesome word of thought it’d been to learn to be my own boo before becoming someone else’s. Some of you may be wondering why […]

Diary of a Curvalicious Broad

I Don’t Wanna! I’ve been going back and forth on this weight thing forever! One week I am so into it. I am watching my carbs and avoiding sugar at every corner and walking steps instead of elevators and the next week I am like “Bump This, I need a cupcake. I deserve it.” Whatever […]

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, […]

Invisibility Factor Part 2

Now that I given myself time to feel this invisible emotion it is now time to process this feeling. If you ever felt like this you have to know this is not an enjoyable feeling. Like all bad emotions I have to take the steps to process this and find a constructive way of handling this emotion. […]

Q&A: Why do we second guess ourselves?

Plainly put, second guessing derives from lack of self confidence. This appears to be a cut and dry answer but it is the truth. Loss of confidence could be as simple as getting in a car accident and afterwards second guess driving again. Once we have experienced some type of trauma, loss or receive an […]