02 | Certified Lover Girl Autumn

I don’t know who needs to hear this but September is the best month of the year. Not only because it’s my birth month, but the weather starts cooling down, Autumn begins, and school is back in session.

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Book Review: The Vanishing Half

After hearing so many positive reviews on this book, I had to find out if the hype was really all that. And after reading this book for myself, I can honestly say..

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“It’s a Cruel, Cruel Summer” // June Favorites

It took everything in my mind, body, and soul to get this blog post out today. There’s been so much going on in my personal/family life, learning a new job, and also still dealing with creative (writer’s) block, and chronic fatigue. Thanks for bearing with me! In between working, I’ve been making space for as […]

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Book Review: More Than Enough

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve had the pleasure of reading and finishing one of New York Times Bestseller’s: “More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say)” by: Elaine Welteroth with a foreword by: Ava Duvernay. This book is nonfiction and part-memoir with an emphasis on Elaine’s career […]

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No Rain, No Flowers

Hey there, I hope April was good to you and that you accomplished all that you wanted to. “It’s gonna be May!” and it’s time to set some new goals for the month ahead. I’m ready for those pretty May flowers to bloom.

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Where The Money Reside

January has taught me the importance of rest and stillness. Even while recovering from COVID, I still found myself struggling to sit the hell down somewhere. I’ve really been slackin’ on the self-care tip. Rest/stillness + self-care = self-preservation, which is why I plan to spoil myself real soon. And a little extra on ‘Single […]

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