Wow! First blog post of the year and I am only writing it because FIERCE IS SHE (slay blog) turns two years old today! I wasn’t able to celebrate last year because I was deployed and honestly didn’t have the means to create even semi-quality content! But this year, I was able to at least … Continue reading FIERCE IS SHE TURNS 2!
"SHE'S BLOSSOMING" Understanding that I will probably never fully know myself is a hard pill to swallow. But its easier to bare knowing that I am continuously being influenced which in turn breeds change. If you know at least 85% of yourself, I say you are doing a damn good job of discovering you and … Continue reading SHE’S BLOSSOMING🌻
"FIND YOUR WORTH" “Either we R I S E together or you F A L L alone. I refuse to let anyone reduce me in value. I AM SOMEBODY. not anybody (.)” -LL I cried on my trip to L.A. I had just gotten up, all puffy eyed and bushy tailed. I needed to start … Continue reading FIND YOUR WORTH
"A HEART GUARDED" I find myself always fighting the urge to give into the different rhythm my heart beats when someone new enters my life. I often talk myself out of what could be a blessing due to the fear of damaging what used to be a perfectly healthy organ. I can’t help but to … Continue reading A HEART ♥️ GUARDED
"GROWING GAINS" growth /groTH/ - the process of developing or maturing physically, mentally, or spiritually -google dictionary I often refer to myself as “grown” or catch myself saying “I’m grown” (in my sassy voice) when responding to situations in which I feel demeaned or treated like a child. However, I hadn’t really pondered on what … Continue reading GROWING GAINS
"PERFECTLY IMPERFECT" Everyday, I take my clothes off in the mirror and admire my perfectly imperfect body in real time. I do this daily for number of difference reasons that all circle around to one end point…my imperfections. There was a time in my life where I let depression get the best of me. At … Continue reading PERFECTLY IMPERFECT
"BLACK DNA" Being Black any where in the world should be celebrated mainly because there was time way back when, when being black would cause my people so much turmoil and heartache. It's scary reading about my ancestors history and sacrifices and envisioning all of what they did or could have endured so that I … Continue reading BLACK DNA