Likes. Comments. Shares. Retweets. Followers. Subbies. These are all things that every social media influencer thrives off of, right? Many believe that those factors are how you make it big
I am Black. I am a Black millennial. I am a Black millennial woman. I am all of these things living in a country, in a world that strategically takes shot at these elements of who I am figuratively and literally every single day of my life. There are many who see me as a threat and that’s cool of whatever (Cardi B voice) but you better believe that I am cut from a cloth that let’s me take each lickin’ and keep on ticking’ boo boo!
I got GOT y’all! A scammer got me. ME! Can you believe it? Me, a woman born and raised in the westside of Chicago was scammed. Dating in today’s world comes with the cheaters, undercover brothers and male thots who believe that they can slither their way through a group of friends being undetected but thats to be expected in 2017.
Earlier in the year, I declared this to be my year of me. A year where promised myself to explore. To grow. Learn. Heal. Remain single and to reach new goals. Typically there is a negative connotation of the idea of someone admitting that they are actively choosing to be selfish but for me it was absolutely imperative that I implemented this into my life.
It is officially fall! Can you believe it? Well if you can, I can’t! Now that I live in Chicago I’ve had to put some major thought into how I will keep my hair moisturized during the harsh and cold winter months here. If you are in need of a new regimen that will give you that extra kick of moisture that your hair needs, look no further darling!