Use them on your face, collarbones, and body. They don’t flashback, and they make a good eyeshadow primer. Continue reading NYX Illuminating Stix
I want to #MarchInto more fulfilling and consistent engagement with readers through purposeful content curation! Continue reading Let’s #MarchInto This Month!
Here goes something new. I’ll admit I was a little uncomfortable reacquainting myself with a camera. Knowing it would capture my new adult body a little less forgivingly. Knowing that I’m still writing and rewriting my definition of sexy on an etch-a-sketch.
I’ve got a bad case of the twenty-somethings. Specifically the late twenties. There’s fire burning under my butt 🔥🍑, yet it’s too hot to feel. This book called out to me. Maybe Robin Marantz Henig has the answers. Maybe no one does. Read more… Continue reading 20-Something: Young Adults Seem Stuck
On the cusp of this genre, solidifying it’s fan base with each new hit, are the Ultimate Rejects. Their hit “Full Extreme”, and the tens of subsequent road-mixes, won over the 2017 Carnival season. Continue reading Music Monday Vol. 5: Ultimate Rejects
Check in every other Monday. I wanna share some not-so-mainstream ear food with you and your soul. Let’s go on an ear safari! Continue reading Music Monday Vol. 4
One of my goals for 2018 is read more. More nonfiction, informative, and professional-development texts. And since I’m trying to “take this blog thing more seriously“, Gail Z. Martin’s “roadmap” seemed like the obvious choice. Read more… Continue reading The Essential Social Media Marketing Handbook
Before you initiate the sweeping changes you have planned for 2018, what are some small changes you can make today? This year? Continue reading Old Year’s Resolutions
My get-ready ritual is a science. It differs slightly depending on the season and occasion, but by now it’s muscle memory. So when I add a new product, and like it, It becomes canon. I’ve given ButtahBabez a try! Continue reading Black Love & Buttah Babez: Beauty Bae
I love Soca. End of story! I want to share with you some of my favorite shower/commute/cooking /gym music. It moves me. AND you can play (some of) it for children! Continue reading Music Monday Vol. 3
If you’ve ever taken a look inside a book, you owe someone a “thank you”. That someone is LeVar Burton. For so many, on so many Saturdays, he and the Public Broadcast Station took us to far flung locales and caught us up in people and plots. LeVar Burton is a Time Lordt. Afro-futurism and Negus Passed all wrapped up into one chocolatey ageless package. Continue reading Levar Burton: Reading Rainbow Bae
She’s old, and likes to lie. But in reading her humorous and heartfelt journey to self-fulfillment, I was inspired and reassured. If Shonda Rhimes, the inventor of Thursday nights can struggle and shine, so can I. Continue reading TV Bae: Shonda Rhimes/Year of No
Natural disasters, if not fatal, are often defining moments. Turning points. Do you muster the strength to start anew? What do you learn? How do you grow? Continue reading After Irma. What Now?
Urban Dictionary defines “fasting” as the following: Fasting (v.) – A cleaning way of de-toxing your body of unwanted stuff. I need to detox. Clear out my Star Trek cache and sweat out a lot of backed up episodes of U.K. crime shows. Gotta get ot the unhealthy stuff… at least Monday – Thursday. Continue reading A Week Without Netflix
The time is ticking fast, but there’s enough yet to make a dent. Grab the reins, and live TF out of what’s left! Continue reading Happy Half-Birthday, 2017!
With over 10 books and a lifetime worth of experience, Angela Davis is one of the greatest to ever do it. Teaching, leading, writing, and always challenging. She is the ultimate #wcw 🤤😍 Continue reading Angela Y. Davis: Activist Bae
A trip to the state capital has proven to be much more impactful than the 5th grade field trip version. Continue reading Tally Taught Me
So, I’m 83 years old. Well, I feel like it. Although I’m sure that’s inaccurate. Octogenarians are probably full of as much zest as their feeble dusty bodies can muster. Grateful for every moment and looking forward to the next. Brimming with wisdom and contentment given all that they’ve seen. I am 26. Newly 26, and I make a hissing sound every time I have to … Continue reading I’m a Senior Citizen.
Sometimes we have a hard time putting ourselves in the fancifully-decorated boots of others. That’ll make sense later. We side-eye the traditions of other cultures and forget that essentially, we are all the same. We don our respective apparel, and forget that somewhere else, someone is preparing for a yearly shindig of their own. Mine is carnival. Caribbean carnival, and particularly the one that takes … Continue reading Comic-con vs Carnival
How do you go from no hours a week to 40+? What’s the cheat code? Lot’s of bathroom breaks? Coffee? Continue reading Part-Time Lover
An overview of the night that changes the lives of everyone in #BeyHive305 Continue reading BEYONDSLAY: Miami Got Into Formation