Holiday Gift Guide 2016 | All Things Inspirational For Her

The holiday season is finally here! Can we all just agree that this is the most wonderful time of the year? We celebrate the birth of our Savior, we come together with family, we eat the feast of a lifetime, and we have the chance to show our love through meaningful gifts. If you’re anything like me, finding the perfect gift for our mothers, sisters, and friends can be pretty tough. So, I’ve taken out some of the guess work for you and I’ve created […]

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How To Create A Beautiful Workspace for Under $100

Everyone deserves a creative space. It doesn’t matter if you write novels or piece together puzzles in your spare time; there is truly nothing like having your own space. Recently, I decided to create my own.  It’s simple, it’s chic, it’s feminine, but the best part is that I paid just shy of $100 for everything. Here’s how to create a beautiful workspace on a budget: Find Inspiration  I don’t know about everyone else but I look to Pinterest for just about everything. When I […]

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Forget Everything That Social Media Has Taught You About Marriage And Children

Social Media

I had a great laugh with one of my best friends the other day about a meme with two toddlers staring outside of a glass door. The caption read something like, “Imagine coming home to this every day”. Albeit, the children were beautiful but I have to be honest. While I would momentarily swoon over their undeniable cuteness, I would immediately wonder 1) what type of mess would be waiting for me on the other side of that door and 2) what in the world […]

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Enjoying Family Time Locally| Art Walk

ArtWalk

Like most people, I am really big on family time. Whether I’m kicking back on the couch watching a good movie or taking a trip to the closest park, I always try to include my family. Those moments that we spend together are priceless—especially since our children are growing like weeds. One of our favorite things to do (particularly since we’ve relocated to a small town in Southern Maryland where there are no malls or major activities) is check out the local events. If you’ve […]

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10 Simple Ways To Use Your Past to Make A Major Difference

We all have a story. It doesn’t matter whether your struggle was surviving the death of the parent as a young child or overcoming a fear of balloons. There is someone out there that needs to hear your story. How many times have you thought to yourself if I knew then what I know now or I wish I had someone to tell me that when I was their age? Why not allow that someone to be you? Everything that we encounter in life is […]

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The Struggle Of Being Christian And Pro-Black

In light of all of the recent events in the news, it seemed necessary for me to not only share my point of view but to share my personal struggle when it comes to racial injustice in America. Before anything else, I am a follower of Christ. Everything else takes a backseat. But there is no denying that I’m an African American woman. Just like my relationship with Christ, my race has had a profound effect on the person that I’ve become and has shaped […]

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8 Ways To Stay Fabulous On A Budget

I’ve been a SAHM (stay at home mom) for a year and a half now and I’ve had to come up with some creative ways to maintain my style without breaking the bank. As a single income family trying to get rid of debt, weekend shopping trips have become a thing of the past and my financial priorities have shifted. However, I was not willing to forsake my flyness in the name of frugality (I’m just being honest haha). Whether you’re saving up for a […]

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