The modern-day woman takes on many tasks. For generations, women have been told that appearance is very important and to be conscious of how we present ourselves. But what about embracing what we were born with? How often do we see in the media to love the skin you’re in without enhancing a part of… Continue reading Embracing Your Body
Many watched this past weekend the newly released Netflix Original Film, Nappily Ever After. This is a film based off of a fictional book by award-winning author Trisha R. Thomas. Although some of the details are changed in the film such as the main character’s name and a few other minor details, the story seems to still hold it’s main… Continue reading Nappily Ever After Sends A Great Message
Having trouble sleeping at night but don’t know what could help you get that amazing night of rest? Here are a few foods that could help with that! Oatmeal-This is one of my staple foods for a quick breakfast while still feeling full and is a great bedtime snack as well. Eating more fiber is great for… Continue reading Foods To Help You Sleep Better!
My sister Marissa Chapman and I, had a great time last month volunteering with Baltimore Teacher Supply Swap. This is a fantastic organization that has a mission to provide access to educational materials for teachers and students. The average teacher spends between $600-$1,000 of their own money on supplies, and school budgets are only decreasing… Continue reading Volunteering At The Swap
2019. The year of Balance and Letting Go. No matter where you are in life, you are the only obstacle stopping you from achieving the goals you desire to accomplish. Dear Self, Be patient, be hungry to learn more, and continue to be open to other viewpoints besides your own. Don't be so hard on… Continue reading 2019.