BLOGGING: Money, Morals and What I Wish Brands Knew

I’m having one of those days. I’ve already texted Jen who I usually go to when I’m feeling pangs of defeat stemming from blogging. I just heard that a blogger got a five figure huge campaign. This has to be like the 3rd campaign in a matter of a week that I’ve heard about through the grapevine paying out huge…
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Life is short…buy the shoes and eat cake too

So I have been literally been stalking these Chanel Pearl Mules since they bursts on the scene 2 years ago. Yes, it’s been that long. I usually don’t have too much of an issue finding shoes in my size that are true American sizing, but unfortunately I love luxury shoes, most of which are made in Italy where sizing can…
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How to Become a Morning Person

LIGHT I wouldn’t classify myself as a morning or night person. I’m actually at 4pm person. Mainly because I like the way the light bounces off the hardwood floors and walls and floods my living room during that time. I like being able to see the rays of sunshine and often sit on my couch at just the right angle…
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Started from the bottom…

In a recent post I wrote about how much I spent in a week in New York City, and it was not a little bit of money. For some reason I feel the need to explain that it was not always this way and I worked extremely hard against a number of odds to even be here. I always had…
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What I Spent in a Week in New York City

WARNING: The is a very lengthy post (but worth it) Occupation: Doctor of Physical Therapy (9 years) & Fashion, Lifestyle & Travel Blogger (8 years) Salary: 100K+ (Physical Therapist + Blog Salary) I’ve always wanted to do one of those Refinery 29 Money Diaries. I find those articles to be incredibly interesting. Perhaps it’s because I’m nosy and I’m the…
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How I, as a Black American, connect to Africa through Fashion

When I was dating a Nigerian man we had a conversation about where his family is from in Nigeria. I was always fascinated that he knew exactly where his family came from and what tribe. I also felt a little twinge of jealousy as well. I think it’s something a lot of Black American’s can relate to. Never quite knowing…
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