Being A Carefree Black Girl is a Choice, Not An Obligation
Advice for the end of the year as we barrel toward the start of 2016
Sometimes you gotta tell the devil "Not Today" on a regular basis
More times than not, you're taught to live for others. Here's why I'm over that perspective.
Being "Booed Up" isn't a cure-all. Let me tell you why I'm big chilling single and happy.
Being successful doesn't stop depression or his ratchet cousin anxiety. Here's what mine felt (feels?) like?
I want you to be great in the world. Here go some advice on excelling and living with purpose and the whatnot.
Don't apologize for existing... Or if you're not sorry...just say it when you want to.
I stan for my natural hair. Once an avid relaxer fangirl, I now shout "YASSSSSSSSSSSS" really loudly any time I see a natural proudly rocking her kinks. I've also received so many compliments on my extremely nappy and puffy hair that I have no darns to give about folks who feel natural hair is inappropriate … Continue reading Having the Biggest Afro Physically Possible [and other things you will deal with]
"If you are silent about your pain, they'll kill you and say you enjoyed it"- Zora Neale Hurston [Disclaimer: I'm writing this for anyone who have felt like the world or the people around them was too much, but I'm writing it from the perspective of a black woman. I hope you can find your truth … Continue reading On Perfection [and Sally Ride]