Working from home has allowed me to be a lot more creative with my daily style choices. Not gonna lie, for a minute it was all pajama pants and simple tops. I mean, most of my days are Zoom Calls – you only see me from the waist up. But even I got tired of that look. So to get out my rut, I’ve been … Continue reading MY STYLE: Slip Dress and T-shirts
It’s so funny that even when we supposedly have no where to go, thanks COVID-19, fashion trends continue to appear. Enter the latest trend – the Padded Shoulder tank aka MUSCLE TEE for women. I first saw this trend while scrolling Pinterest. Then I started seeing all the fashion girls wearing them on Instagram. Then, just like any trend, or song, or commercial, the thing … Continue reading FAB fashion: The Padded Shoulder Tank aka Muscle Tee for women
I’m in an Old Navy commercial, and almost forget to tell you! July 14th Old Navy launched their ‘We Are We’ campaign. The campaign was Old Navy’s commitment ‘equality, celebrating differences, and advocating for every voice’. Of course, I was so happy to be apart of this amazing mission. But how did all this happen? Well, keep reading! I have THREE tips for you. Are … Continue reading Blogger Life: I’m in an Old Navy Commercial! 3 Tips for booking BIG BRANDS!
I think my confidence levels are falling and I blame COVID. I’ve chosen to stay home as much as possible to help flatten the curve – it’s TOUGH! I currently work from home and tend to only leave my house once a week. I go to the grocery store, sometimes I go take photos for my social media & the blog, and very sparingly I’ll … Continue reading MOTIVATION: Losing confidence during COVID
Omg! It’s the first day of August, 2020. Real talk, this year has been the most wild year of my entire life! What makes this year so wild is that EVERYONE is going through it too! We are all trying to navigate a WILD PRESIDENT, a scary pandemic, and continued social injustices (#BlackLivesSTILLmatter). It’s ALOT! With all the stress of 2020 it’s easy to let … Continue reading Hello August: Let look at those goals!
Today is #BlackOutDay! Black Out Day is a day designated to support black owned businesses and black creators. Did you know when you read this blog, you are supporting a Black Owned Business? YUP! Below you’ll find 5 EASY Ways you can support Black Owned Businesses today and forever! Why should you support Black businesses? Black people are some of the most creative people on … Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Support Black Businesses
I haven’t written a blog post in two months! But thought I should return to my first love after Facebook alerted me that it’s my blog’s 12 year anniversary. I looked at the app surprised! I’ve been in the game 12 years? That’s wild! So I decided to discuss what I’ve learned by creating my little space on the Internet.
We in the house and ain’t going no where anytime soon. It’s time for you to go through that closet. Try on those clothes that you’ve been afraid to wear. Listen, a pandemic is a perfect time to tackle your fashion fears. I came to this conclusion when the folks at Lovely Wholesale sent me this very short t-shirt dress. Y’all know I’m 6ft tall. … Continue reading STYLE: A pandemic is a great time to tackle your fashion fears
This week’s #BloggerLifeChat discusses FEAR and the Imposter Syndrome! Most times when you think about change or starting a new task, a pinch (or bucket) of fear rises up in you. You start to ask, WHAT WILL PEOPLE THINK? Click here to watch What will people think if you decide to start, change, or try? That’s not your business to wonder, it’s your business to … Continue reading #BloggerLifeChat: What will people THINK?
As a Digital Entrepreneur, I worried about posting on social media during this time. Should I promote my content? Would I be viewed as shallow? Does anyone care about my fashion posts? The answer is YES! I’d posted during personal crisis before and I can take what I learned to post through the COVID CRISIS now.
Let’s discuss how and why we should post through crisis.Continue reading “#BLOGGERLIFE: Posting through the COVID crisis”