We’ve all seen it before. A woman going through a life altering moment takes a pair of scissors, or clippers, and cuts off her hair. It’s symbolic of a new beginning. Shedding the past and setting a new path for a brighter tomorrow. One example, which sticks out the most for me, is Angela Bassett’s… Continue reading Starting Over. Why I Cut My Hair
Sephora has a 20% off sale biannually. The Fall sale happens in the first week of November every year, and guess who’s birthday falls around the sale? MINE! I love this time of year because I get to purchase products I’ve been coveting for the year and re-up on my must haves. Below you’ll find… Continue reading Sephora VIB Rouge 20% Off Sale
Bimbimbap is one of my favorite Korean meals. You can eat it with rice or noodles, but no matter how you eat it, it’s delicious! My husband and I decided to try our hand at a dish inspired by bimbimbap using leftovers from breakfast and lunch. It was a team effort, and one I hope… Continue reading Hubby Meals: Fusion Bimbimbap Bowl
We make resolutions every year to be better in the coming year. “New Year, New Me” can be heard for miles and across hemispheres as we all declaire to be improved versions of ourselves. This 2017 my girl Kiyomi Lee, of Cakes & Concealer, teamed up to put our best faces forward in creating looks which… Continue reading New Year, New Me!
Last month, Influenster sent a VoxBox to me, sponsored by Erno Laszlo and #thepoweroftwo campaign, for review. I am a big fan of skin care, so I was very excited to try the new cleansing duo. There are four versions of the cleansing duo for four different skin concerns: Detox, Sensitive, Hydrate, and Firming. Since… Continue reading Influenster: Erno Laszlo Review
Solomon and I are seafood lovers. We’ve enjoyed fusion food as well. So I chose to mix the flavors of the Southern/South-West and the Middle/Far East with a dinner of Cajun Curry Shrimp with Jasmine rice and roasted Jalapenos. Talk about fusion, right? It was absolutely delicious! Not only is this meal very easy to make, it… Continue reading Hubby Meals: Cajun Curry Shrimp
My husband, Solomon, is a Nigerian, 6′ 4″, 215lb former soccer player with a big appetite and a love for all things spicy. I’ve really enjoyed introducing him to more American style food while keeping it within his palette preference. So one day I prepared a lumberjack style breakfast for him. I used beef sausage… Continue reading Hubby Meals: Lumberjack Breakfast