There’s a quote about growth that I really love. It says … You are under no obligation to be the same person you were a year, month, or even 15 minutes ago. You have the right to grow. No apologies. I love this quote because there have been too many times in my life where I allowed others to place me in a box that they thought I fit in. The problem with that kind of thinking was that
It’s the best month of the year, for a number of reasons. My birthday mainly … it’s the 30th and I’ll be twenty fine heyyyy! After visiting “Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks” exhibit at the High Museum in Atlanta, I was inspired to create a mood board for the new season.
I feel awake. My mind is more open that it has ever been before. I finally have some clarity. Clarity that has me craving knowledge, culture, understanding, and questioning things I’ve believed and believed in for years because of my surrounding influences blocking the birth of my own thought consciousness.
Five years ago, when I first started blogging, I loved talking about any and all things, makeup! I was the ultimate girlie girl, and off a high from a successful college business venture as a makeup artist … my new hustle appropriately named, “Mak Does My Makeup”. It was truly so much fun! I didn’t even realize that at the age of 20
At times I am left speechless at the talent others posses. And the fact that there are people who see me as an inspiration and express it creatively continues to blow my mind. A few weeks ago, I was tagged in a photo on Instagram. To my surprise,
When was the last time you took a day or weekend to yourself? We all need to take time to reflect, relax, and reinvest in our personal health and well being, reconnecting with our minds, body, and soul. This past weekend I took time off to myself. I wasn’t necessarily focused on checking off tasks on my to-do list or catching up on business or emails. I sat around and did nothing, I thought and