The third post of the series, "My Favorite Women of Color Bloggers." This time, Sade of In My Sunday Best, Samantha from Samantha Maria, and Grace from GA Fashion.Read More
African Americans have reclaimed the n-word. We took a slur that systematically oppressed our people and turned the phrase in to something that expresses our resilience, solidarity, and endearment towards one another. For many of us, the word holds a sense of empowerment.
Yet even today I hear non-black people throwing around the word as easily as "like" or "and," completely dismissing its significance in the black community. So I'm finally addressing it: you can't say the word and here is why.Read More
Instead of offering your thoughts and prayers, here are few ways you can help the victims' families/friends and survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.Read More
Hello! Hope you all had a lovely weekend. Here are some links help you to have an equally lovely start to the new week. As per usual, I've some links from around the internet to great podcast episodes, articles, art, and more. This week, I have sprinkled in a few Valentine's/Galentine's day gift ideas for your loved ones, as well. Cheers!Read More
I forget about the strength, joy, challenges, and power of parenthood all the time. What kind of feminist am I if I ignore a crucial side of reproductive justice–the right to have and raise children!
I was stupefied by my ignorance. Of course I wanted to share a piece from a mother and/or about motherhood! One woman came to mind: Annabelle Fern. Fern a talented writer, who documents her life and motherhood on her blog, has allowed me to share one of her writings, "Song of the Sea," with you all. I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I do.Read More
You asked for it so here it is: a bujo plan with me! The following is my planner set-up for the month of February. Below I break down my monthly reflection pages, calendar, and share a time lapse video of the entire process. Check it out.Read More