My fitness journey is on! I recently came up with a plan (after my Grim Reaper run) that will help me reach my new fitness and health goals not just for the temporary, but for the rest of my life. Won't you follow along?
Not everyone sees or knows that though. Everyone wants to see well-dressed, put together, composed Black women all the time. That is not alright. We have burdens we carry and crosses we bear on our backs too.
Let me guess, the last time you got a pedicure was too long ago. You can either go to a nail salon and watch the manicurist make weird faces while she's working on your crusty toes, or you can take control and fix your feet at home with a foot mask.
Terminal length is real y'all. There is much debate that women with certain hair types can't grow long hair but length has absolutely nothing to do with what type of hair we have and everything to do with how long our hair is in the the Anagen growing phase.
With the advance of having things quickly at the press, tap or swipe of our fingers, it can be hard to grasp the concept of waiting. Patience isn't idly waiting either, it's waiting with a purpose. No matter if it's a situation you're going through or just a Sunday afternoon detangling session.

Mother’s day was Sunday. And as you read this you may be thinking, “I knew that but I didn’t and I kinda forgot.” Of course your mom told you she was okay that you didn’t go all out and book her a trip to Rome, but we know you feel a little guilty that in your last minute scrambling, all of the good reservations were taken and all of the prettiest cards had already been sold. It’s time to go into Olivia Pope mode and fix your boo boo with a comfort food make up meal for mom. READ MORE

Though Waris has become one of the most beautiful supermodels to walk the walk, her book tells the story of a broken little girl who faced a horrific life of oppression, illiteracy, violence and poverty and the aspiring woman the little girl grew up to be.

“I spend my time always trying to enjoy life as much as I can with family and friends or simply by myself. After the death of my Father, Austin Adebisi Adeoso, who passed away of cancer January 10, 2012, I decided to fulfill my dreams of creating art and expanding myself as a brand. READ MORE





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