Top Three Study Habits to Impliment Today

I’ve decided to go back to school—sort of. As children start their new school year, a sense of nostalgia always emerges as parents stress about getting their children all situated for the upcoming academic year. I remember my school days and realize how little I remember what was taught. The truth was, I was never given the right tools how…
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3 Things to do for the Month of September

Perhaps it’s the nostalgia of childhood, beginning of the new school year, and the excitement that came with it. September gives a sense of fresh beginnings. As we transition into a new season, here are 3 things to do in September and make your month more memorable. 1. Visit Your Local Farmer’s Market I’m blessed to have a handful of…
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Hello Autumn! P.S. I Love You

I will always have a memorable love affair with this season. The change of color, the crisp and clean aroma that comes with the gentle breeze. The smell of spices and burnt leaves. Jazz, jazz, and more jazz. Even the sun casts a different light during this time. It’s as if the earth decided to woo us visually. If I…
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Minimal Makeup

I am no where near a makeup expert. As many do, the love and hate affair with makeup started for me in high school. Now in my early 30s, I can say I have finally reached a point in which I am simply comfortable with my face, sans mascara! But I do appreciate a good and simple makeup routine that…
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How Simply Lovely

In this monthly series, I will display 5 swoon-worthy finds. It may be an object, subject, or location – every month is a surprise. CULTURE: “Bunny Mellon: The Life of an American Style Legend”” This a biography of Bunny Melon, American Style Icon and Aristocrat that designed the White House Rose Garden during Kennedy’s term. She had a natural eye…
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