This is the second post in a three-part series about my personal home search efforts, sponsored by Zillow. After years of condos and a history of life in townhouses, the idea of moving into an actual factual single-family home is appealing but also daunting. Like, I can’t wait to decorate but at the same time…
This post was sponsored by Mielle Organics. In beauty and haircare, innovation is the name of the game. Top brands are continuously exploring new ways to include buzzworthy ingredients. If customers are searching online for new ways to increase their hair length, strength, moisture, or shine, there’s a brand looking to deliver the goods on…
This is the first post in a series on my personal home search efforts, sponsored by Zillow. If we have had casual in-person conversation within the past few years, it’s likely that I have mentioned something about moving. Don’t get me wrong, condo life has been wonderful, and we love our neighbors and our neighborhood…
This ongoing pandemic has taught me so many things about life, about the world, and about people. I’m still learning new things. One of the many things I’ve learned is to listen carefully to what people say before refuting their beliefs with mine.
My 90-day challenge with OMRON is coming to an end, and I’ve discovered a new level of adulting. Regularly measuring my blood pressure is a new way of showing up for myself, and I’m learning a lot about myself along the way.
Figuring out the physical and mental lessons of this OMRON 90-day heart health challenge. Measuring my blood pressure on a consistent basis is an exercise in intentional self-care that I had never regularly attempted before.
OMRON has challenged me to make a 90-day decision to start a journey towards monitoring and improving my blood pressure. I’m ready. I’m doing it for me, and I’m doing it on the advice from my mom who doesn’t want me to go through what she’s experienced.
For my business, I find it beneficial to outline new year’s resolutions for myself as well as words of the year. Maybe mine can help you. These are the New Year’s resolutions I’m making for Afrobella.
This is the time to dig into your inner well of gratitude and find reasons to be proud of the work you do. Then tap into your resourceful side, and envision ways you can pivot your business to fit today’s needs for your community, so you can earn what you need to thrive. Not just survive, thrive.
So many people are considering starting their own small business. What were the first investments I made when I realized my hobby was becoming a business? Where did some of the entrepreneurs I admire do to begin their businesses? Read on to find out!