I want to be a woman of my word. I have not been. I am working to change that. It all started when I was scrolling down my Facebook news feed and I saw a video of Courtney Sanders of Think and Grow Chick. I didn’t watch the video for a couple of days, but … More Becoming a No Excuses Woman
I know it’s inflammatory to say, but I’m pretty sure the entire internet has gone vegan. The other day one of my friends posted on Facebook that she went to her usual farmer’s market and he was out of stock on a lot of the items she usually buys. Between all my favorite YouTube gurus … More To Be or Not To Be [Vegan]?
Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to dispel some of the mythology that has negatively affected the mental and physical health of black folks in America. I am not here to deter anyone who is not of African descent from reading this. Please do continue. I just need to holla at my people real … More Why You Need to Go Outside More
The big Family Size bags make you salivate as you get ready to pop! the bag open and dig in. Of course, then you realize that it’s mostly air puffing that bad boy up and there’s only a few measly chips at the very bottom of the bag. Disappointed much? One of the best lessons … More Potato Chips
I live in Dallas where we’ve been in headline after headline about the few cases of Ebola diagnoses that have occured here in the past few months. Though the media frenzy has certainly heightened our concern about the spread of disease, we have been doing our best to remain calm about the situation. While it’s … More You Make Me Sick! How to Fight the Funk in Cold and Flu Season
I’ve been at this vegan challenge for two weeks now, so I figured I’d do an update. It’s been much easier than I expected. I thought I’d be on the floor convulsing the first week, but it flew by like a breeze. So let’s get into how this challenge has been affecting me. How Veganism … More Vegan Challenge Update: How It Has Affected My Appetite, Energy, Skin and Weight