Life During The Pandemic

Life During The Pandemic

This week I went to the office to clear out my cubicle as our office prepares to create shared workspaces. Like many others, it was mid-March when I started working remotely and everything changed. There’s just something about living through a pandemic, working full-time, and being a Black woman during a time of racial tension and injustice. At the end of the day, it’s just a lot.

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Let Your Faith Be Bigger Than Your Fear

Let Your Faith Be Bigger Than Your Fear

It was in 2013 when I bought my first home I came across this wall art that said: “Let your faith be bigger than your fear.” In the buying and closing process, there is so much to be fearful about, and seeing this wall art was a reminder to not let my fears get in the way, instead, have faith.

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Write Down Your Goals and Step Out on Faith

Write Down Your Goals and Step Out on Faith

In February, I attended a gala to celebrate the life of an awesome man, God-brother, and the founder of Magic Minds Inc. It was a true celebration and a beautiful evening of fellowship. The favor from the gala was a small composition notebook with a pen, and we were told to write down our goals. The significance of a composition notebook to my God-brother is that it was in a composition notebook that Magic Minds Inc. was founded, the business plan was written, and he and the founders stepped out on of faith.

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Create and Cultivate Los Angeles 2020 – My Takeaways

Create and Cultivate Los Angeles 2020 – My Takeaways

In January I began planning what to do for my 35th birthday. A trip out of the country was not in the budget, and as I started brainstorming I realized the Create & Cultivate Conference was in LA the weekend of my birthday. The flight price was right, I had somewhere to stay, and would have time to hang with one of my best friends, it all just seemed meant to be. I attended Create & Cultivate solo, which was a major step out of my comfort zone, but I was ready to grow and glow.

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Marble Countertops For Under $200

Marble Countertops For Under $200

In November I decided to give my kitchen a little update. About two years ago my realtor told me about a countertop paint kit she used and loved. When I was ready to update my kitchen I thought about the paint kit again and fell in LOVE with the Giani Marble Countertop Paint Kit, both the outcome and the price.

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Why I Joined The July Consistency Challenge

Why I Joined The July Consistency Challenge

On July 1 I made a promise to spend this month focusing on content creation for my blog. At the time, my latest blog post was from February. I could blame the quarantine and the pandemic for my lack of blogging, but honestly, it’s just been a lot going on, and my focus was somewhere else.

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