Not Everyone’s About That Swirl, Girl

A few weeks ago I watched the finale of a show called “Catching Kelce”. Real quick, the show followed NFL star Travis Kelce in his quest for love. He got to choose from 50 women, one from every state. After weeks of girl drama and anticipation Travis ended up picking a woman named Maya. A black woman from Kentucky. I WAS THRILLED! Being a mix girl that has dated a white athlete, jock what ever you want to call it, I was stoked. With the age old question  “Do you date white guys” by white men, this was a Hell Yes!! It was an interracial relationship created on a reality dating show, in a public … [Read more...]

The Things We Forget

As women I think we forget just how powerful we are. We forget how strong we are and how much control we actually have. Now I'm far from a feminist but I think we as women give a little to much away in terms of our self worth and how we allow others, such as the media, men and even other woman to change our opinions of ourselves or make us doubt ourselves. We forget how beautiful we are with our curves and soft spots or with our toned lean muscles. We forget how sexy we are, with our hair and makeup done and how we can communicate with just a look from across a room. We're even sexy in ways … [Read more...]

Size = Happiness

My entire life I have never known anything other than being curvy. I have always been bigger and taller then most woman in my life. It didn’t take me long to realize this but I never associated it with something negative, until one summer  in particular. I was visiting my family in Minnesota. I was at my aunts cabin, standing in the kitchen in a floor length skirt and bathing suit top and my grandma came up behind me grabbed my little love handles and tummy and said “looks like someone needs a little lipo lipo”. I was 12. My size has been a topic of discussion ever since. Now I am far, from … [Read more...]