I had a perm for about 15 years, so it took me a minute to decide to go natural. The majority of my friends in college were curly girls, or as I liked to jokingly call them, “broccoli heads.”
If you enjoy a good mix of unsigned artists and hippy vibes, you’re going to love this playlist.
The three of us have weighed in on the Big Move. We’ll let you know our overall thoughts on moving in, when we believe is the right time to move in, and anything else that comes to mind regarding this topic.
By now you’re probably waist deep in resolutions you set on January 1st. Perhaps you made resolutions ranging from no negative self-talk to don’t hit the snooze button. If you’re anything like a vast majority of people, you may have set a goal to read more in 2017.
While growing up the most popular question was “what do you want to be when you grow up?” I hated that question.
With Pa’Reesha and myself in relationships with black men during Black History month weeks after Valentine’s Day, I figure this would be a great way to close out the month and sneak in an interview about Black Love.
For those of you who have not watched HBO’s Insecure season finale, close this window, go watch, and return to this post.
It’s easy to be afraid of love because accepting love equals pure vulnerability. Vulnerability means you’re at the mercy of your partner to get hurt. It can come today or it can come 50 years from now with 4 kids, a house, and a grandkid or two.
These 5 simple steps will upgrade you from basic to a positive thinking boss in no time.