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Hey guys, I know I've been very inconsistent with posting new blog content lately, but one thing I'll always post is my monthly favorites! It's not that I don't love blogging and writing because I really do it's just a lot going on. I’m mentally and physically exhausted. I want to create more but I … Continue reading Monthly Favorites | April 2022
Spring is definitely not in the air.
The feminine urge to rest 22 hours a day >
December 2021 Favorites & a Yearly Reflection.
Get into it (yuh). Entertainment // Reruns of My Wife and Kids are now on Hulu. I've really been enjoying watching this TV series again, and it helps when I need a good laugh. Tisha Campbell and Damon Wayans onscreen chemistry was great, and I'm not mad about them switching out Jazz Raycole for Jennifer … Continue reading Finger Coils & French Tips
It took everything in my mind, body, and soul to get this blog post out today. There's been so much going on in my personal/family life, learning a new job, and also still dealing with creative (writer's) block, and chronic fatigue. Thanks for bearing with me! In between working, I've been making space for as … Continue reading “It’s a Cruel, Cruel Summer” // June Favorites
June, is that you playa? 2021 is not playing any games with us. This year is literally flying by but I'm ready for a hot girl summer. More places and events are starting to return and open back up now that the mask mandate is easing up. The rate of new COVID cases are dropping! … Continue reading Cicadas & Twerkulators
Hey there, I hope April was good to you and that you accomplished all that you wanted to. “It's gonna be May!” and it’s time to set some new goals for the month ahead. I'm ready for those pretty May flowers to bloom. My April 2021 favorites are as followed: Entertainment T.V. Shows // Current … Continue reading No Rain, No Flowers
Welcome back to another monthly favorites post! The word of the month is: Renewal. Entertainment T.V. Shows: Snowfall. "It's 1983 and the crack cocaine epidemic is in its infancy in Los Angeles. Ambitious Lucia -- the daughter of a Mexican crime lord who sells marijuana throughout the city -- sees the burgeoning cocaine business as … Continue reading March, but Hold the Madness