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Alpha, maybe hold the Omega tho.

It's a curious thing to translate your love language to someone and hear them speak it back. To feel their understanding when you didn't even know if they heard you clearly. Me: “If the title of my blog was, "So about this guy I'm "seriously talking to" here's the thing," what would it say?!" "I… Continue reading Alpha, maybe hold the Omega tho.

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The Contentment Era

It's increasingly more difficult by the day to drown out the world's noise and overlook the total chaos and destruction around us. There's a war going on outside, and no one is safe. Between the literal war, global warming, the pandemic (which is still happening), inflation, and everyday life, it's hard to feel like you… Continue reading The Contentment Era

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If it isn’t love…

Welp, it's the day after Valentine's Day or, as some like to refer to it, Happy side-chick day. LOL. As of yesterday, some folks either were made extremely happy with the love their partner showed them, got a rude awakening of just where they stand with someone, felt lonely, or didn't give a damn cause… Continue reading If it isn’t love…

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Self discovery be like…

Self-Discovery be like....wake up!!! You’ve got a whole ass, beautiful ass, love, and happiness filled, success having, wildest dreams come truest life to live.

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The thing about Fairytales and why it’s okay to still believe in them.

Sometimes I feel as though we give fairytales a bad wrap. And it's not because we grew up to find that they were giving us false hope but because in growing up our perspectives have changed. As kids, we are hopeful and optimistic, not yet tainted by the hardships of this world. We are born… Continue reading The thing about Fairytales and why it’s okay to still believe in them.

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An ode to Black women.

It can be difficult at times to be both black and woman. So much weight is placed on our shoulders. We endure with endless love and loyalty to our men, the cause and somewhere in there, we have to find space for ourselves. We are asked to be the backbones of our families while standing… Continue reading An ode to Black women.