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So….truth. If you know me, you know health and wellness is a huge priority in my life. You know I try to live my life in balance and moderation. Everyone is different, some of my friends use all natural and their face looks amazing. My skin has never taken to that. Acne and dark eye circles were here to stay. […]

“I have nothing

“I have nothing, therefore, whereby I may glory in my works; I have nothing to boast of, and, therefore, I will glory in Christ. I will not glory because I am righteous, but because I am redeemed. I will not glory because I am free from sin, but because my sins are pardoned. I will not glory because I have […]

Thank you FB memories for reminding me of this little rant Ellison’s a little fired up but he definitely tells the story behind the story for many visual artists and content creators today

Thank you FB memories for reminding me of this little rant Ellison’s a little fired up but he definitely tells the story behind the story for many visual artists and content creators today. I have to say I find it unbelievable that this keeps happening in 2017. I’m fortunate to work as a full time creative for years now but […]

Finding Serendipity in a Resales Shop

Finding Serendipity in a Resales Shop __________________________________ Fulshear resident Susan Webb dropped off her kids at school and went to a dentist appointment Thursday morning. She then decided to stop by some thrift and antique shops in Rosenberg. Browsing various paintings and knick-knacks, she came by the Funky Monkey Resale shop. On one wall, she spotted a painting of various […]

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to reading

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to reading. This was the concept for Arredondo Elementary School’s “The Wizard of Oz”-themed Reading Day on Friday. The campus was transformed into a reading-centered “land of Oz,” where a velvet green curtain greeted incomers. On the other side of the curtain, a massive gray and black handcrafted tornado stretched to the ceiling. A “yellow […]

“The more that you read

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss These were the words alongside an illustration of Dr. Seuss’ iconic Thing 1 and Thing 2 characters that greeted guests at Austin Elementary School for National Read Across America Day on Thursday. Elementary schools and some […]

When my friends tell me they are getting married (the ones who own businesses especially) the first question I ask is WHO IS DOING YOUR PRENUP

When my friends tell me they are getting married (the ones who own businesses especially) the first question I ask is WHO IS DOING YOUR PRENUP? It takes years to build what we have. The struggle of owning and operating a business of your own is strenuous especially as a black woman. Don’t be no fool. If He decides later […]