Disclosure: While this post is sponsored by Alcon, you beauties know that all thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that make my blog possible.
Last month I discussed my partnership with THE eyeSOLUTION from Alcon and wanted to share a little more. I’ve been wearing glasses and/or contact lenses for almost two decades. And before I became an entrepreneur I was a slave to the world of cubicles so my eyes have been in struggle mode for what feels like most of my life. After writing all day and having to attend swanky events in the city I want to feel and look my best. Throughout the years I’ve learned a few tricks, especially being a freelancer. So because I love you like fresh buttered biscuits, I am sharing my tips for how to relieve your computer eyestrain.
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Disclosure: While this post is sponsored by THE eyeSOLUTION by Alcon, you beauties know that all my thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible.
I don’t remember ever being able to see. Like, I’ve always been jealous of you folks with 20/20 vision. I was the vertically blessed little girl in your 3rd grade class who would sit at the front of the classroom and squint to the point where her eyes would be nearly shut (and red and burning) only to rebuke the idea of wearing prescription glasses.
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A few weeks ago I introduced you guys to Life Reimagined, an online subscription-based service that help people explore, dream and plan for your next big thing. They have a host of life coaches, online workshops, group events and support mixers that are developed by the experts to offer advice in their respective fields. View Full Post
For so long I lived paycheck to paycheck. My parents taught me about a lot of things but financial literacy wasn’t one of them. It’s a conversation Black people just don’t have in their homes. So we carry on a life of poverty and irresponsible spending habits. That’s why it’s important that we all know about the Money Matters Financial Literacy Program. View Full Post
It’s hard to think that just four years ago this month I packed two suitcases and moved from Baltimore to New York to sleep on a friend’s couch. My only goal was to figure out how to make it as a style and beauty editor. Fast forward to 2016, and I am now a published author, look at God. WOW! Talk about life reimagined. So when I was asked to try out the Life Reimagined program and blog about it, I immediately said yes. I wanted to see how much further I could take my new goals, the new me! (Oh you can do it too, Click here!) View Full Post
SO! Let me catch you up on life (mine to be exact).
After 3 years of receiving an overwhelming number of emails from women who had also lost their mothers to cancer I decided to write a book about my experience with [my] grief. Mainly because I was exhausting my sanity trying to answer all the questions I was getting from you guys. I figured if I wrote a memoir laced with tips on grieving that maybe, just maybe, I’d be kinda ready when I was approached about the subject.
I’ve wanted to be author since…forever. I can remember having fake book readings with my Barbie’s on my bedroom floor. And for the longest time, writing this book was just something I had told my good girlfriends I was “GOING TO DO”. You know, I’m going to travel more, I’m going to lose these 40 pounds magically…the usual “yea ok, sure” thoughts of our lives. God had a bigger plan for me and at the end of 2015 a publishing company reached out to me. Because God knew I was not going to get this done any other way.
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