I was a part of a circle that allowed me the opportunity to begin mending the trauma I have experienced. Trauma that’s been passed down generationally. Trauma that was inflicted upon me. Trauma that I have inflicted upon myself. There was a spiritual guide there who supported us in the beginning of our restoration. The energy felt by being in that group of black women was magnetic, supportive, inspiring, and secure.
“When you meet a woman who is intimidatingly witty, stylish, beautiful, and professionally accomplished, befriend her. Surrounding yourself with the best people doesn’t make you look worse by comparison. It makes you better.” -Ann Friedman on The Shine Theory I have always had a competitive spirit. My two sisters and older brother are between four and... Continue Reading →
Someone once told me to picture life as a train. Some people are only on your train for a ride, but they will eventually get off at their stop. You can’t force them to stay on; you must open the door. Maybe they will get back on at another stop, or maybe they are done... Continue Reading →
Hey beautiful people! So, graduation was last weekend, and what a weekend it was. Up until graduation day, I made sure all my family and friends had a smooth arrival and that everyone knew the agenda for the weekend. I told you I was trying the whole “no planning” thing. Well, I did minor planning and... Continue Reading →