How To Accept People for Who They Are

Hey guys so this week I have an amazing guest blogger post from the amazing Ray from BlkGirlDaily. She's become such a great friend of mine so I thought I'd have her write something for my blog and it's a AMAZING read so check out this week's post. Be sure to comment ❤️ and head over to her blog and subscribe she's super informative!

Will the Truth Set You Free?

Let's face it, the hardest thing you will ever do in your life is face the truth. Yeah, you own truth what you fail to ignore that truth the one you stress yourself out about in your head. I've had to come to terms with so many things and they were the hardest things I've … Continue reading Will the Truth Set You Free?

Life is what you make it

What is success? What are you working towards by the time you hit 40? What's your credit score? Where yo do see yourself in 3 years? Are you single? If so why? Are you married or in a relationship? Are you HAPPY in that marriage/relationship? What are you afraid of? Do you struggle with depression … Continue reading Life is what you make it

1 of 365…

As 2019 starts off I wanted to kind of reflect on my year and I thought about a few things that came to mind. 2018 was the learning year for me and I got to know Phoenicia so much better than what I thought I knew in my 20's. I learned more about myself when … Continue reading 1 of 365…

Growing up in the 90s

Now listen, I do not care what anybody says growing up in the 90's is something that if you missed it your life wasn't great. ( yeah I said it!) Listen the 90s had some great movies and television shows that I wanted to talk about. I'll say between 1988 - 2000 were the years … Continue reading Growing up in the 90s

A letter to the 21-year-old me…

So this week I wanted to challenge myself and see if I can actually come up with some good advice to this girl right here....(don't ya'll judge me I was 21 lol) I also want to challenge you all to write a letter to you at 21 and give yourself one piece of advice in … Continue reading A letter to the 21-year-old me…