If You Don’t Love ABSOLUTELY LOVE This Line of Women’s Health Products, I’ll Be Shook

So y’all i really thought i was gone get me sum last weekend.

If the deed had gone down, it would have made just the second time this year for me. I’ll admit it has been anything but a hot girl summer, spring, fall or last winter for me, but I digress. Luckily, all was not lost in my quest to get my…feet wet.

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Becoming a Blogger

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When I started blogging five years ago, there were no where near the number of opportunities there are now. It used to be that going to college was the way to establish a career and means of income, but with the surge of bloggers and influencers gaining popularity on Instagram and Tiktok, not to mention brand endorsements and cold hard cash, these non traditional paths are quickly becoming a preferred route for making a living.

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21 Things to STOP in 2021

With 2020 coming to a close (Alexa, play Bye, Bye, Bye by N’Sync), I’m sure there are a few things we’d all like to forget about this year. From vaccines to quarantines to the annoying antics on social sites, I created a list of social behaviors that I’d like to see end along with Coronavirus. Check out my list of 21 things to STOP doing in 2021.

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12 Days of Manifestion

I told you all in my last post how I felt about New Year’s resolutions. With the clock counting down, I had this epiphany today that instead of making resolutions, I wanted to practice mindfulness. Again, because the pressure of New Year’s seems too heavy for me, I came up with this idea, literally today, of The 12 days of Manifestation. It’s kinda like the 12 days of Christmas, only…well, you get the idea.

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So Much for Vacation

We all deserve a break sometime…

Every now & then, it’s good to take a step back from everything. I think the last thing I shared with you guys was that I managed to pull in a 4.0 GPA in my graduate studies while working, full-time, part-time & as a part-time grad assistant on a research project, outside of the “ghosting” research I’m doing for my own Master’s defense & that I needed a much needed vacation. While the idea of family vacation sounds like a good idea in theory, I don’t know why I keep convincing myself to go on family vacays every year. I’m not built for that shit.

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