Yesterday, I went to a Bokwa class, which is an aerobics class inspired by a South African dance style. Guys, I had the time of my life in that class. … Continue Reading Does Working out Have to Be a Torture Session?
There are so many problematic layers to having Zoe play Nina. Racism, colorism both in Hollywood, #NinaSimone ‘s life, blackgirls in general
Perfection is not the goal
This is the Fashion Guide You’ve Been Waiting For: How to Do Away With Racism, By Dressing Respectably. 1950s edition.
Get in Formation, Get fabulous, Get Fierce, Get fearless
Following my last post on the particular anxiety that comes with the struggle of self-love, I think it’s only befitting that this song be added to our playlist. It is … Continue Reading Music Mondays: Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself
You already experience enough pain, struggling to pretend that all is well. Give some space to your vulnerability
Here is to allowing short skirts and intelligence to exist in the same body
How Many TImes Have You Tried?
She’s the quintessential girl next door, and you will totally wish she was your friend
When I first heard this duo between Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, I immediately fell in love with the song. Yes I was a little girl when it came out … Continue Reading Music Mondays With Whitney Houston And Mariah Carey: How to Create Miracles Out of Times of Despair
Understanding body love through the lens of racism
Music Mondays: Jonathan McReynolds’ Song Is Exactly What You Need to Unlock the Secret to Self-Acceptance
You won’t understand unconditional love, until you hear this song
Living as a transgender person is not always an easy experience and we as cis-gendered folks have to do our best to not be another emotional burden. It’s really the very least we can do.
How different would your life be, if you begin to make friends with your negative emotions?
When you don’t know what to say, just sit there with them and let them cry it out.
Sometimes you only need to sit with yourself and ask, “Where does it hurt darling, I’m listening”. ~ Isabelle … Continue Reading One Step At A Time