Photo by king Siberia on Pexels.com Have you ever had one of those months, weeks, or days where it just felt like everything that could go wrong, was going all wrong? Moreover, maybe you've found yourself in a state of confusion and disbelief that you just can't shake out of your head. Well, over the … Continue reading He’s Always on Time…..
Photo by Dmitry Zvolskiy on Pexels.com After the overwhelmingly positive response I received after telling my mother's story about her battle with M.S. in my previous post. I decided to create a series on this platform, called #WomenAmongUs, in which I will interview and highlight some of the other amazing women in my life. I … Continue reading #WomenAmongUs: How One Young Woman Turned Her Passion of Barbering Into Her Career
Although Mother's Day has come and gone, I feel there is never a set day or time to show appreciation for your mom. After visiting with my mother over the past weekend I was reminded as to how truly remarkable she is. She truly embodies every role she plays in life , but especially what … Continue reading What My Mother’s Journey With MS Taught Me About Myself
Can we all just take a moment to acknowledge how amazing Beyoncé is? I finally got the chance to watch her Netflix documentary, Homecoming, and I have even more respect for her than I already had. It brings me back to April of last year when I stayed up all night to watch her Coachella … Continue reading What Are You Doing With Your 24 Hours?
We are now three months into the new year, and yes I made the cliché resolution to lose weight. However, I was adamant that this year was going to be different because unlike the previous years it would not just be strictly for weight-loss or to look good for the summer, but to help transition … Continue reading Ain’t No Such Thing as Too Thick…Right?
I just wanted to come to you all with just a quick thought that has been on my mind recently. I've been thinking a lot about those “Letter to my Younger Self” articles that have been very popular for the past couple of years or so. As a matter of fact, I have read these … Continue reading I would Not Tell My Younger Self to do Anything Different…
I’m back! I had to take a brief hiatus from my blog because life was becoming a bit hectic. However, in my time away I’ve gained so much knowledge, motivation, and inspiration that I am so excited to share with all of you. But, today I want to briefly talk about just a few of … Continue reading I Am No Longer Afraid to Hit the Reset Button
Recently, I was nominated for The Versatile Blogger Award by Nia (Reflections and Life Lessons). It is truly an honor to be nominated for this award. When I started this blog, it was just hobby. I just wanted to share my thoughts with others and inspire people at the same time. So, to be nominated … Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award Nomination
Hello, My name is Kia Elizabeth Grant, and I am a recovered bag lady. Bag lady you gone hurt your back Dragging all them bags like that I guess nobody ever told you All you must hold onto Is you, is you, is you One day all them bags gone get in your way One … Continue reading Confessions of a Recovered Bag Lady
Recently the feud between Azealia Banks and Cardi B was reignited, when past remarks and criticisms that Banks made about Cardi B resurfaced. This led to the ladies arguing with each other back and forth on social media. While both ladies are entitled to feel how they do and express their opinions openly. What could … Continue reading Woman To Woman