“Bye Felecia” made a comeback a couple of years ago from the classic 1995 movie Friday, when people starting saying it all over T.V. and in households as a playful and sometimes snarky way of saying shut up!
It made another comeback in my life this past April when I decided to switch my hair up and get some curly hair extensions. I ended up hearing bye Felicia on a daily basis. Im going to start off my reviews of the Virgin Curly Hair process with an explanation of the new term in my life.
In order to work out and not damage my Cambodian Curly hair extensions, I had to come up with styles that would protect the hair and allow me to comfortably teach in front of people. On the road to discovering my favorite style, I metamorphosed into the 95 legendary Felicia as seen in the picture above! Continue reading
On April 22, 2016 my line sisters and I celebrated 15 years of sisterhood and service in Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. In honor of this anniversary, we set sail for 4 days on the Carnival Victory Cruise ship from Port Canaveral headed to Nassau, Bahamas! I was a nervous wreck because my previous experience with cruising was not a good one due to extreme motion sickness.
I agreed in the reunion planning stages to try a cruise again after my mother had success with the Transderm Scop patch. I do not regret that decision at all. Editors Note: ***Transderm Scop patch requires a prescription from your doctor.***
This past weekend I checked off one of my fit list desires from a few years ago & attended my first pole dancing class at PoleLaTeaz Atlanta. Hennessy, that’s me! We had to pick stripper names & the pretty brown brown seemed to fit !
The beautiful bride to be pictured above was surprised with a bachelorette party chain of events. PoleLaTeaz Atlanta just happened to be the kick off we needed to get the evening started to find our sexy! Continue reading
Life always seems to be coasting along until something happens and drastically changes it.
I am talking about my real job cutting hours and eliminating the need for 2 days in my schedule! As a result, I got moved to another store and thus, have to work EVERY FRIDAY morning!
Friday mornings for the last 3 years have been the happy part of my week. Getting the day starting with 45 minutes of BODYCOMBAT followed by another 45 minutes of BODYPUMP, what better way to start the weekend?
Apparently working an 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. shift is if I want my 80 hours a pay period. Continue reading
“You REALLY have hair!” “Why do you have that crap in your head?” ”My baby really isn’t bald headed!”
These are all the things I heard when I showed up to visit bae in the middle of the process of getting a new sew in.
I took this past week off to celebrate my 34th birthday and to just get away from the J.O.B.. I was really blessed to spend time with my friends and family. However, today I wanted to share a few things with you that I will be focusing on before I turn 35.
If your circle consists of people that are members of the NPHC, your March and April social media timelines were probably full of pictures wishing themselves and sorority/fraternity sisters/brothers a happy anniversary! I am no different! Today is our Deltaversary and it’s been an amazing 14 years!
On my 102nd Founders Day, 5 women were expelled from our sorority for their participation in the VH1 show Sorority girls.
I saw several posts on social media referencing the expulsion of the 5 women of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. as unreasonable.
As a Diamond Life Member (National Member dues paid for a lifetime) who has been active locally EVERY year since I crossed in 2001 except for the 2 years of course work in pharmacy school, I TOTALLY AGREE WITH THE EXPULSION! #ByeFelecia Continue reading
This past Friday, my RLR Book Club had our 2nd annual retreat. The hostesses really outdid themselves so I’m sharing with you today as a follow up to See How Easily You Can Start and Maintain a Book Club.
Cheers to the post that accidentally got published last weekend when I was aberrantly working off my home desktop instead of my MacBook Air! Here is the post in its completion ….
In 2011, I saw my Podiatrist about the aggravation of what I thought to be ingrown toe nails. At that time, she cut them down for me and recommended I let the nail technician keep them cut down and come back if I had any more problems.
I began to notice them hurting more than usual most of last year. With my intense group fitness schedule and standing on my feet all day at work my toes had really started to hurt anytime I “dinged” them the wrong way. I finally went back to my Podiatrist and had a Matrixectomy scheduled.
Watch out now, this post is almost as long as that whopper of a title!
I think if I had to choose my favorite post since launching this blog, the post “Hair Care 101: Permission to Be A Black Woman and Workout” would be a close tie for 1st place.
I thought I’d get the year started with a little reinforcement: my method to this fitness madness!