I know that for some, this isn’t a day in February that you’re thrilled about. I get you. Been there. But don’t make this day to be all about just love for couples. Loving yourself today and everyday is the best thing that you can do. Cliché yes. You probably rolled your eyes when you read that. But I don’t blame you one bit! Again, been there. It’s not going to hurt you though if you try, is it? And if you already love yourself like you’re supposed, then hooray!!! Let’s celebrate then.
How about treat yourself to a movie tonight or this weekend? About a week and a half ago, I had the opportunity to work with Warner Brothers and host a screening of Isn’t it Romantic – a movie with Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, and Adam DeVine. I promise you, this is the best romantic comedy you will ever see this year, so you wouldn’t want to miss it.
How to dress fashionably in your 40’s? Hmmmm. To be honest, I never really got asked that question because…Well, if I tell you that I just turned 42 a week ago, will you believe me? Probably not. Modesty aside, it’s not new to me. A lot of people think I’m 18-20 years younger than my age. I’ll give credit to good genes. *Wink*
A lot of women seem to lose interest in dressing up fashionably once they get older. We women tend to lose confidence once we gain a few pounds and acquire lines on our faces. I believe it’s all about perception – perception about our age, body, and overall looks. A lot of times, stress plays a huge factor too in the way we dress but it’s up to us whether we’re going to let that show or not.
So how does one dress fashionably in their 40’s? First let’s define dressing “fashionably”. Dressing fashionably doesn’t always mean you have to dress in the latest styles and trends. Dressing fashionably can just mean that you’re able to put clothing pieces together that provides an outcome that you feel confident in that also looks nice on you overall.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. I know this is one of those special occasions that can be a bit challenging when it comes to finding the perfect gift for your special someone. Whether it’s for your spouse, your girlfriend, mom or your best gal, let me share with you 3 Galentine’s or Valentine’s Day gift ideas from different price points.
After almost 7 years of blogging, I felt like it’s time for me to share my knowledge and experience on how to make money from blogging through this course. I am fully aware that there are now many free “How To’s” out there on how to start a blog (even I have one on this blog) and how to make money from it and there are also paid courses but that didn’t stop me from creating my own.
Why? Because I believe that being a REAL blogger, I am able so share information and step by step action plan that I wish was readily available to me when I first started blogging. I had to figure out a lot of things on my own, causing confusion and frustration along the way. I’m not discrediting other course writers but some out there only make money through the courses and not really through blogging. If you’ve seen this blog post “How to Start a Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Food, or Travel Blog and Make Money From It,” I showed some of my checks and payments (though hesitantly) to prove that I do make money from this. I didn’t just publish an income report (which I haven’t done yet). Anyone can publish “income” reports, right?
I’m usually not the one to wear fake lashes on a daily basis. The only time I’ve ever worn fake lashes was at my wedding. Other than that, I don’t remember any other time that I’ve worn any. But last year, I had the opportunity to try fake lashes from a local lash studio. Since I’ve never tried weave-in lashes, I really didn’t know what to expect as far as maintenance. My natural eye lashes are about 9mm long when and…
It’s hard to believe that it’s been sixteen days since we’ve crossed over 2019. I can’t believe we’re halfway done with January already. It seems that we were just anticipating 2019 and yet here we are now. Those 15 days just flew by, it might be hard to catch up!
Well…2018, just like any other year, had it’s up and downs, for myself and for many people I personally know. The last quarter of last year had my health in limbo. I was sick for the most part of the last quarter and it really threw me off. It’s nothing serious. I don’t believe so. But it was very challenging for me to get up out of bed and feel inspired and motivated. I tried to put on my best self during the holidays but I honestly couldn’t have done it without the grace of God.
But enough of the sad story. Because I’m here, I’m alive and I’m ready to take on 2019 and I’m still setting goals as of the time of this writing.
Houston! I’m hosting a FREE screening of Rebel Wilson’s new romantic comedy movie Isn’t It Romantic on February 4, at 6:30 PM at the Studio Movie Grille at the City Center. There will be catered appetizers and drinks (soda, beer, wine, or water – 2 per person) ! All for FREE. There is going to be a photo booth as well, so come dressed up cute with a romantic flair!
Since it’s a day after my birthday, thought we’d celebrate my birthday too! So come Houston friends! It will be awesome to meet you. FREE food, drinks, and a movie!
We are a few weeks shy of 2019.
Some of you are already probably setting goals for the coming year.
I know for a lot of people, the areas of career, health and finances are always a challenge and this is where a lot of New Year’s Resolutions get focused on. Out of all the 3, finances can be the most challenging for some and this usually comes from not having a goal and a strategy.
That being said, I would like to share some tips that will help you have a better and healthy financial status in 2019. While I am not a financial expert, I know that these proven tips will get you in the right direction.