I decided to launch my latest interview series, #BossBlueprints because I was getting an abundance of questions about my entrepreneurial journey. This is my second interview that I will be doing LIVE on Blab.im. The first interview I did with Tahira from The Cut Life. If you missed it, catch those tweets here (there are some gems).
If you missed my personal #BlackGirlMagic moment last week allow me to catch you up. In my partnership with the American Heart Association (see all the work I’ve done with them here) I was asked to host the red carpet during the Red Dress Collection fashion show presented by Macy’s and Go Red For Women. View Full Post
Seven years ago I really thought it was ok. I thought it was ok for people to be purposely rude and dismissive to me because, well…Fashion Week! And honestly, I was just so happy that little ‘ole me (I was half the writer I am today) was in the mutha freaking building.
To illustrate her Spring 2016 collection’s theme, Tracy Reese partnered with SheaMoisture to help bring her vision to life. This collection is what we all expected from the woman who designed Michelle Obama’s must-have floral iridescent dress she wore back in 2013–glam and girly.
But this season Tracy Reese did a few things differently.
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Fashion Week is literally now. On top of that, I have a freelance writing gig for a huge client and I’m speaking at the Blogalicious conference this weekend. So you can imagine the level of excitement slash frustration slash anxiety I’m going through right now. Being a grown up means learning how to balance your hectic schedule with a smile on your face. Knowing that in order to make your dreams go #upupup you’ve got to #DoDoDo!
I won’t claim to be a pro, but I will say there are a few things I’ve managed to incorporate into my routine that help me get ready for big events like New York Fashion Week and keep me on track with meeting my goals.