Black History Month is Here Every year, especially during Black History Month, I become intentional about buying black. For so many years black people were not allowed to educate themselves publicly, own property or own businesses. We have all heard the stories about how hard it was for our ancestors to fight for the rights that we take for granted daily. I encourage you to spend black for the entire month of February. Support a black author, haircare professional, coffee sho
Intention (n.) an act or instance of determining mentally upon some action or result. Hey, hey can you believe it's 2023 already?! How are you? It has officially been 3 years since COVID and the world is still not back to normal. Although we cannot control what happens with this virus, we can control our mental. What do I mean by that? Well, each year I set a theme for the year to remind me of my goals for the year. I'm sure you know by now that the theme for 2023 is Intentio
Hey, hey it's welfare check time!! How is everyone? It has officially been 2 years since COVID, do you have a working plan in place yet? As I have shared in a previous blog post, my county that I live in does not support virtual schooling. So my 3 children are all in school in person. We have a system now so they know to continue to wear their masks all day and come straight home and wash their hands. Every few months we all get COVID tests to ensure that we are not positive.
So, let's recap 2021 for a minute. As if 2020 wasn't enough for the entire world to have to deal with, 2021 has been an initial "proceed with caution" situation that later turned into a 2020 reboot! Just as we were starting to move about a little bit and accept our new normal of taking extra precautions, carrying our own disinfectant cleaners, washing our hands more frequently and taking our kids to more public events the pandemic picked up its momentum. Once the vaccine was
Who else is over all of this virtual communicating? ✋🏽 Although we are tired of all of this virtual communication, it appears it is our new way of socializing. I have seen large crowd gatherings but I am still uncomfortable with the idea that people are still consistently falling ill to COVID-19 and losing their lives. Although I do know quite a few people who have been infected with the disease and are doing just fine now, I just DO NOT want to chance infecting my children,