having discipline taught me it’s okay to say, “no”. having discipline taught me that my goals and dedication to growing is important. having discipline taught me the things that i thought were important… were not that important.
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it’s been a long time since we’ve last spoken — or rather since you last heard from me on my personal medium.
i have been experimenting lately with different hairstyles so that i can still look cute without choking my hair with retwists/tightenings.
i get a lot of questions sometimes from people about what it’s like running my own business and what i’ve learned in the time that i have been publicly talking about it.
my family and i get asked often about how we run our businesses and how we can even stand each other because we spend a lot of time together…
I love to get all of the wear I can out of a piece of clothing. I tend to repeat a lot of my outfits so I know a little bit to help guide others.
i’ve been getting asked very often about my hair and what i do to it and all that good jazzy stuff so i’m gonna make a little post about it. ready?
Originally posted in 2015 but brought back because still this post still relates to the mindset of people now. Keep it real with everyone & yourself!
Many people believe that happiness is just going to pop up in their life and that all will be perfect forever and ever amen. And I really hate to burst your bubble, but nah fam that’s not happening.
i want my goals to catapult me to a new thinking process to better myself to have the life that i know that i can have. here are some of the goals to do that:
this year my family and i are participating in vlogmas.
setting the record straight, i have more than three favorite instagram accounts — but for the sake of this post i’m going to keep it short.