My African American Families and Relationships professor gave my class a simple, yet very profound reminder today.
The choices and decisions you make now, will most definitely affect you later. Guaranteed—whether it be school related, dating, friendships or relationships, financial, work, any of our actions etc. We may not all be thoroughly considering our choices now, but we will always face them when the time comes. I thought of her statement as a cause and effect relationship.
She also said that with romantic relationships, when you marry someone you are also marrying their choices—which is why it’s vital that we marry someone who can make the right ones, because their choices will greatly impact us.
That was so important to me. Her entire lecture today confirmed a lot of what I’ve been feeling and thinking about lately.
Do what you’re afraid of.
Then see how you feel.
Chances are, you will feel good.
Gaining confidence is a beautiful thing.
It sucks that I can’t even go running early in the morning or in the evening without someone (ie a thirsty, pussy-deprived male) trying to harass me.
— Deepak Chopra (via purplebuddhaproject)
I saw my ex earlier this week and he saw me…
And it made me sad. Very sad, actually.
Because we acted like we didn’t see each other.
We acted like we didn’t even know each other.
It is crazy how you can be someone’s first everything in a lot of ways, and vice versa…
And then you end up becoming nothing at all.
New video! :-)
Finally: How I get fluffy bouncy curls on kinky natural hair. I used 20 gray flexi rods for this tutorial. Hope this helps! <3
FINALLY filmed a tutorial for my flexi rod set. I loved my results today! Super bouncy and fluffy and I tried it on hair that dried the next day :-)
Video will be up on Friday! <3
Please be considerate.
Cover your mouth.