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None of us are exempt from life experiences getting us down. Too many stressors from our daily responsibilities have the potential to make us snappy towards people or situations that do not have any immediate connection to the source of irritation. The pressure of having too much on our plates can sometimes make life unbearable, which is often advised by experts to take mental breaks from situations that do not bring out the best in us to ensure we are not making life-changing decisions emotionally. Continue reading
When Your Plans Fail Yet The Outcome Remains The Same.
In the year 2010, I enrolled in The Writer’s Institute Of Children’s Literature. The online writing course filled my heart with so much joy. I learned so much about children’s literature. Completing my assignments was a breeze. I felt like I was beginning to move in the right direction because I’ve always wanted to become a writer. But after seven months, all that comes to a screeching halt! My dream was placed on the back burner because I could no longer afford the writing classes. I had to do what was necessary to stabilize my circumstances financially. I can remember during that time, my future seemed so far away. My conditions seem so much bigger than my goals, I really couldn’t see past my circumstances. So for an extended period of time, I felt stuck. And in feeling stuck, I became extremely depressed. Continue reading
Do the best you can with what you have.
In November 2014, God blessed my husband and me to become first-time homeowners. It was a dream we shared together for many years. I can remember laying in bed with my husband during pillow talk two-years prior, discussing what our life would be like if we ever owned a home. We imagined raising our children in a family oriented location with a fantastic school system while also giving them a childhood home filled with beautiful memories. It was nice sharing the possibilities of building a better life for our family. And so the process of finding a home began. Continue reading
My First Purchase
On Sunday, April 8, 2018, my dear friend Nykisha and I visited the National Harbor for me to photograph head shots of her for her upcoming project. After our photo shoot, we walked the Harbor looking for a cool place to eat. On our way to the restaurant, we trolled into ALEX AND ANI which is one of Nykisha’s favorite places to shop. Continue reading
Hello Everyone! Happy Thursday! I know. I know. The month of March is more than halfway over, and this is my first post celebrating National Women’s History Month. Continue reading
#Age-Appropriate Clothing Trends For Kids Part1
Happy Fridayyyyy! Continue reading
None of us are oblivious to being disappointed. Excuse my French, but shit happens. Even while trying to do all the right things, sometimes conflict seems to come out of nowhere. That’s life right? Although life happens, most of us are taught to make lemonade out of the sour lemons that have been tossed in our direction. And yes that sounds sweet, but what about the feelings of sadness, anger, confusion, and lack of trust deriving from the situations we sometimes find ourselves associated? The recipe for developing pink lemonade doesn’t sound as easy to create? Continue reading
On Sunday, February 25th from 3 pm- 5 pm, Ansylla Ramsey (Holistic Hair Care Specialist and International Educator) host an event in celebration of me writing my first book, Coming Of Age: The Easy Guide to Healthy Hair Care for Teens. The book launch/signing was one of the happiest days of my life. Continue reading
Five Questions Answered: 400 Writing Prompts Book.
Hello Everyone, Happy Thursday! I hope you are having a great week thus far. I am excited, yet a little stressed about my first book signing happening in four days. I am praying for a successful event. For the most part, the planning is going well. The only thing left to do is my hair and choose my outfit. I can’t wait to share the outcome of my event with you next Thursday. Continue reading