I wanted to share something that’s been in my heart the past couple weeks. I read a post that said, “Girls compete, Women empower each other.” It struck a cord with me. Not that girls are immature or anything like that. But just the concept of growing into a woman means growing comfortable in your … More There’s No Competition//Casual Fall Style
Let me start off by saying how much I love Sundays! It’s always been a favorite “family” day for me. When I was little, my dad worked a lot. He worked 12-15 hour shifts and he never complained, one of the many reasons my dad means the world to me. But every Sunday, he got … More Sundays: God, Family & Fall Fashion
I had to share a pic of my outfit of the day. Just because I think it is so funny how people stare at me if I wear street clothes (Urban Style) in Dallas. I always have at least one kid with me but it still makes people wonder if I’m a thug? Haha! Today … More Stereo Types and Street Style
I’ve been feeling kind of discouraged lately, I’m just going to be real right now. It’s funny how sometimes people see you from the outside, because you don’t go around pouting and talking about your feelings, and they assume you’ve got it all together. Don’t get me wrong, I am not sitting here complaining. I … More Jesus Talk and Plaid Cardi!
So I am typing this post and seriously, I am so sore! Lol. I started to work out yesterday night after having my daughter and let me tell you, I am so sore! I worked my abs out because they are in major need of some tightness (just keeping it real) and oh my, I … More Leather and Lace
I have been thinking a lot lately about life. About having purpose, the meaning of one’s life. I don’t know about you but I feel like my 30’s are really making me a more whole, secure woman. I don’t know if it’s that I had my fourth baby, age or what? But I know I’m … More To my 30’s: Thank you for your kindness
First off let me start off by making a thousand excuses to why I haven’t been blogging, haha! In case you didn’t know, we sold our house of 10 years last September. Yes, 10 years! It was bittersweet for sure. When my husband and I bought that house we were newlyweds. We had been married … More This crazy thing called LIFE