5 Days Worth Of Positivity

5 Days Worth Of Positivity
There is a live concert recording of Jill Scott's performances...in between a song, she talks about the perception people have when it comes to women who wear their hair naturally.  That perception is that you are always positive and spread goodwill whenever you and your "natural" appear.  She says, "some days I am positive, and some days I am not." 
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Best Self Care Practices for Quarter 4 2022

Best Self Care Practices for Quarter 4 2022
We are at the close of the year! It is quarter four, and we all know people hurry off to buy gifts, prep for large gatherings, stand in long lines, and keep the constant reminder to "have patience" with one another.

This time of year can also become very reflective as well wishes are given, and the question floats in the air of "What are you thankful for?" "What are you grateful for?" Sometimes we can speak how we want to feel, but that feeling you may wish to is not your reality.
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15 ideas to make the most of the fall season.

The fall season is upon us, so it's time to get active and enjoy the many activities the season offers. With the weather getting cooler, fall is the perfect time to visit pumpkin patches, drink hot cocoa, and enjoy the cool breeze. 
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Can Journaling Be Your Thing? Reasons Why Journaling Might Not Be For You

Can Journaling Be Your Thing?   Reasons Why Journaling Might Not Be For You
A well known rapper from the 80's said that he couldn't live without his radio!  This girl can't live without her pen and paper, if I can't write through out the day then I feel lost and anxious.  When I feel like I don't know what I am doing I stop, grab my journal and start writing and behold the great reset!  I start to take all these pieces of my mind that feels like a dropped jigsaw puzzle and I begin to put the picture together.   Does that statement make you cringe?  You many wonder is journaling right for you?
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My Reflection On Canvas: Reyna Noriega

My Reflection On Canvas: Reyna Noriega
During the lockdown I stumbled on this very talented  Afro-Caribbean Latina Author, Artist and Photographer Reyna Noriega.  My eyes were wide opened! I saw me... the very thing that I didn't know I was missing.  Seeing her work, bold and so brown!  Faces that still left to allow you to fill in the rest.  Bright colors, loud bold and regal.  It was all the things that I say I am but it was captured in bright paints, and left on canvas for a grand statement without words.  
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