Boy oh boy it’s been a crazy week in Fashion. First Tom Ford says American’s are too fat but the Chinese are ok, Jennifer Lopez was scrutinized for her recent Emilio Pucci choice, and now TopShop is under fire for their recent summer sale advertisement. Continue reading →
Over the holiday the Ravens QB, Joe Flacco, married his HS sweetheart. And their wedding photos are soooooo adorable. They kissed under the fireworks, went to the movies, and even played a little football at their high school. (insert oooo and awwh’s!)
I’m hoping that the NFL gets there ish together soon so that we can see more of Joe this fall. Check out the photos!
CHEERS TO THE FREAKIN’ WEEKEND! Its time to let loose, relax and have some fun. If you’re like me, you look at the weekend as a break from reality. Time to unwind with your family and friends. But you’ve worked so hard to eat right, get your exercise in, and balance your life, it would be a shame to throw it all away and start over on Monday. Check out my 3 must do’s that will make your Monday a little easier. Continue reading →
Unenthusiastic. That’s how I felt about life on that Wednesday morning. I was just in this frump and I really didn’t know why (partial because once a month I become this crazed female with emotions, FML). So naturally I was less than excited about the U2 concert I was headed to. Although I am not a U2 fan, surprisingly what happened to me on this humid summer evening was more than inspiring.
To witness over 80,000 fans become filled with this amazing joyous musical energy was beyond overwhelming. People were screaming, fist pumping, singing the lyrics, and some I even spotted even tearing up -including me. Just the thought of the preparation of this concert and the fact that it took thousands of people to put together the stage and lighting was amaze-in. Continue reading →
Jada Pinkett is one beauty who reminds me of why I love my brown skin. If you ever wonder what good living and success looks like just take a peak at her new feature in Uptown Magazine. What I love most about Jada is her growth from my hometown of Baltimore to conquer the streets of Hollywood. She talks to Uptown Magazine about her family and career sacrifices, the fame of her children, and dealing with the lost of 3 of her family members. Continue reading →
After watching the trailer for Dark Girls I was left with many questions about the Black American culture. Are we really that racist with each other? Do young black girls really wish to be lighter or more importantly, white? Are black men aiding in our self esteem issues by gawking and praising the exotic look? That last question was a stretch but these are all questions that I’ve posed inside my social circle. Continue reading →