I recently led a virtual workshop for BIWOC to teach womxn self care principles and to encourage us to center ourselves. Luckily the workshop was recorded, so I thought I would create a post about it for those of you who missed it.
Improve your lifestyle by exploring what makes you happy. Is it practicing self care, trying new foods, or even starting a new hobby? Let’s find out together!
These women are all hard working entrepreneurs who are juggling many different projects, businesses, jobs, and more! They are doing it all, yet they still make time for self care and so can you.
I have asked 7 black womxn how they practice self care to give you an idea of what it can look like to stop and love yourself even with a busy life.
When the quarantine started I was so excited that I would finally have the time to try out all the complicated recipes I’ve been saving on Pinterest for the last few years. Well, that got old real fast and now I find myself looking for quick and simple recipes that don’t require me to stand for more than 30 minutes.
Self isolation can be expensive so it is important to budget for the time you will be home. To ease some of that stress, I’ve come up with a list of budget friendly things you can do to stay safe and prepared for anything in the coming months.
Before I left I even took a drive through Windsor Hills, and first of all, the scenery was great! Second of all, nobody in LA knows how to drive! I’m from Chicago, the best drivers in the country, so I would know.
So here I am, a bougie city girl, entranced by this swampland! I realized that there’s something so valuable and powerful about perspective.
Saying yes to that spontaneous weekend trip awakened a sense of adventure in me and I realized that the only thing that had been holding me back was myself.
So here I am, neglecting my blog duties watching a movie when I KNOW I should be writing, and I pick a movie that pretty much slapped me in the back of my head and called me a loser.