I’m practicing health and safety first – meaning I’m pretty much stuck at home – now I really miss all the new workouts I got to try last month! Here’s the full review of last month’s barre/yoga class…
Because I live in New York City, I’m always trying to pack the perfect gym bag– something not too heavy, but with all of my essentials. The one thing I don’t carry? Shoes! Keep reading to find out why!
Happy Friday, dolls! Here’s what I did this week:
🍳 Sunday Brunch: @biyoubk feels like you’re sitting in someone’s New Orleans kitchen getting a home cooked meal. There’s only one hard working chef, so be prepared to have a relaxing, leisurely meal
I started blogging (anonymously!) in 2008. At the time, I felt insecure, rejected and unsure of myself. I wrote about those feelings and slowly people around the world began to follow me as I did my best figure things out. If you’ve been here since the beginning, thank you for sticking with me this long. If you’re new here, welcome!
Word on the street is that I’ve had a “glow up”.
I don’t know about that, but I do know I have been working on myself. Like, really working on myself.
The process of my “glow up” has been painful, frustrating and sometimes terrifying. I made a decision five years ago to start doing the spiritual work, mental health work and physical work to become the best version of myself that I could.
I’m committed to helping you build self confidence, so today I’m going to share some of my glow up secrets with you.
This is How to have a Glow Up: 5 Secrets No one Talks About
I always have Prosecco chilled in my fridge– this way I’m always prepared to celebrate! Lately, I’ve been sipping on Prosecco from Cupcake Vineyards. It feels good to have a friend over for dinner and toast to her accomplishments (or mine!). Thankfully with the dope group of women I have in my circle, celebrations happen often at my apartment!
Plaid has always made me feel stylish. From grunge era flannel shirts to iconic school uniforms, plaid never goes out of style so I consider it a classic print. I’m confident that if I see a photo of myself in plaid from any era, I’ll still consider it a cute look.