3 Tips for Spiritual Grounding and Why It Is Important

We live very fast-paced lives with little to no time etched for spiritual tuning. We make time for fitness, food, family, entertainment and etc. However, more often than not, we forgo the importance of spiritual tuning free from a religious construct. When you are grounded, it means that you are present in your physical self and connected to the earth, which allows you to feel … Continue reading 3 Tips for Spiritual Grounding and Why It Is Important

My First Build-Your-Own Noodle Bowl

I absolutely love Asian cuisine! I mean from the Vietnamese Pho to the Cantonese-American dishes! The flavor profile with the play on different textures has always been a favorite of mine. In short, I eat a lot of it. It had been awhile since we had been out to eat because my fiancé’s schedule has been so crazy (a good kind of crazy). He liked … Continue reading My First Build-Your-Own Noodle Bowl

5 Things To Do Every Day For A Productive Week

Everyday is the opportunity to begin anew. Here’s perspective for you: we die every night. The act of deliberate accountability in your evolution is the awareness that pieces of you die every night. The next day you are reborn…or what religion refers to as being resurrected. I mention this because keeping this in mind at night when you close your eyes after your night routine … Continue reading 5 Things To Do Every Day For A Productive Week

Baskin Robbins’ New Non-Dairy Flavors Are Now Available

For anyone who is Vegan or has cut dairy out of their life, I have some good news for you! After testing, Baskin-Robbins has announced that they now have two non-dairy flavors that you can enjoy this summer! Oh and they sound delicious! The flavors are Non-Dairy Chocolate Chip Cookie & Non-Dairy Chocolate Extreme. The recipe includes coconut oil, almond butter and zero artificial flavors. … Continue reading Baskin Robbins’ New Non-Dairy Flavors Are Now Available

Nashville’s Spiritual Store AromaG’s Botanica Has Expanded And It’s Amazing

I used to work near the BNA (Nashville Airport). On days when I didn’t have anything to do after work, I would visit the stores in that area. There’s a nice thrift store on Lebanon next to the hair school. I visited the hair school about three times for a blow out after I had relaxed my hair. She did a really good job too! … Continue reading Nashville’s Spiritual Store AromaG’s Botanica Has Expanded And It’s Amazing

5 Ways That Your Self Care May Be A Toxic Coping Mechanism

When you become a parent, especially a mother, self-care is one of the most common topics you will hear from veteran parents. In all honesty, self-care is vital for new mothers because it is a deliberate act meant to address mental, spiritual, emotional and physical health. In my early 20’s, my favorite areas of self-care were increasing my credit score, enjoying my place of peace … Continue reading 5 Ways That Your Self Care May Be A Toxic Coping Mechanism

#SpotlightSaturday: Twisted Sistuhs Wine

What if I told you that there is a black-owned wine located in Nashville, TN? I am sure that you are as excited and shocked as I am! Twisted Sistuhs is owned by friends, of over 10 plus years of love, that became family. Twisted Sistuhs and the concept was started in 2017, but officially launched in 2019. The owners of Twisted Sistuhs are sistuhs … Continue reading #SpotlightSaturday: Twisted Sistuhs Wine

Dating And Relationships EP4: How To Navigate Baby Mama Or Baby Daddy Drama

Let’s be clear, blended families are not new phenomena. We see it talked about online and now we have this belief that elders didn’t have entire families (or children) that we did not know about until we hit adult age. Nothing about this is new. I repeat, blended families and co-parenting relationships were not started with the dawn of millennial families. I personally have friends … Continue reading Dating And Relationships EP4: How To Navigate Baby Mama Or Baby Daddy Drama