Consider this blog to be a love letter to the 30-somethings.
As a Black woman, it can be so easy to get wrapped up in the world around us. It is so easy to get caught up in the madness whether that’s work and school, or love and life. Consider this blog to be a safe space where both you and I can focus on ourselves, internally, externally, and on our personal growth.
There’s so much I want to share both past and present which makes this a vulnerable space. Consider this blog to be a fresh perspective on life that is both similar and different from yours; and a literary getaway to becoming our best selves.
Hop in sis, we’re going on a self love journey.
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From my own experience in the social justice space, I can tell you that good, life-changing and successful movement work comes at a price, and sometimes with sacrifice. From what I learned Simone lost her music career fighting for our people and we should never forget what these women (and men) sacrificed for us in order to move society forward.
Since the start of the panorama, I think we all kind of knew that it would change the way that we go about dating but I don’t think anybody was prepared for just how difficult things have become. If you desire to be partnered, be intentional and do that and if you’re like me who feels like I have some self-work to do first, then do that. But don’t allow yourself to be gaslit by anyone for any reason.
So dry shampoo is a staple in my life unapologetically because when it comes to our kinks, coils, and curls, we just can’t risk anything less than perfection.