Thank you Sammy Dress for sponsoring this post and providing the beautiful dress shown in these photos. You know those weeks when ideas are just flooding into your mind so fast and you would normally get overwhelmed but instead it’s just exciting? That’s been this past week or so for me. So many wonderful ideas
Read part one here. *This post was sponsored by Daysy USA, all opinions are my own. I’m back and I am so excited to continue sharing my story. When I posted my introduction about a week back I never expected such an overwhelming response and I certainly never expected that so many of you have
*This post is about my personal experience with the Mirena IUD. Many people have positive experiences with this form of birth control. I’m about to get so real here so put on your big girl pantys and let’s talk about birth control. My very first experience with birth control began about two years ago, after
*This post was sponsored by Sammy Dress. I’ve spent a lot of time lately talking about self expression and how important it is and I most definitely have been talking about it because it has been a huge focus in my life for the last little while. Thanks to a schedule / job that allows
Night settles in sooner, days get colder, and the sun stays away most days, I’ve always been one to have a hard time with the transition. Social media gets excited over the cooler weather, the leaves changing, and finally the first snow. Friends and family shared their excitement for gloomy days. I never understood it.
Y’all know I am a candle enthusiast. I am especially obsessed with Zakiyah Candles because they are soy which means it’s safe for my family and the environment! That is why I am so excited to use my candle stash for my newest obsession. Aromatherapy. What is aromatherapy? Holistic healing of your body and soul through
Mothers and women in general so often forget to take care of themselves. Society says we are selfish to prioritize our own self care. Aren’t we supposed to pour our entire heart and soul into our family?! What if I told you that you can’t be your best self for those you love most if you
Coming to terms with what you have done in the past is ESSENTIAL to growth. The number one issue I see people (myself included) have when they are trying to better themselves is that they cannot come to terms with their past selves. Often times I have felt the need to “let go” of the
I’m a real big self love and care enthusiast, so for this month’s Her View From Home post I decided to give a bit of insight. I talk about finding joy in the journey and understanding that there is no destination. If you want to read more, click here.
I shared in an Instagram post a little while back about my struggle over body image, specifically body hair. To recap if you aren’t feeling like clicking on that link, here is what I said, “When I was young (I’m talking like 8), I wore a sweater 24/7. Not just in the winter but in the