• Super Homeowner,  Super Mom,  Super Self Care

    Strong Black Woman: is that REALLY the GOAL?

    You all know the song… “I-n-d-e-p-e-n-d-e-n-t do you know what that mean mayne? I-n-d-e-p-e-n-d-e-n-t do you know what that mean? She got her own house She got her own car Two jobs, work hard, you a bad broad” Or what about this one… “The shoes on my feet, I bought it The clothes I’m wearing, I bought it The rock I’m rockin’, I bought it ‘Cause I depend on me ifI want it The watch I’m wearin’, I’ve bought it The house I live in, I’ve bought it The car I’m driving, I’ve bought it I depend on me, I depend on me All the women, who are independent…” But NO. F$&@?…

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    Distressed Brick Accent Wall Tutorial

    Hey loves! I received great feedback from the Powder Room Reveal, thank you!  If you haven’t had a chance to see the full reveal, you can check it out here. I’m so glad everyone likes the space, I am honestly so happy with it!  One of my favorite parts of the bathroom is absolutely the brick accent wall!! Once I had finished the intense labor of the bathroom, I kept looking at the far wall in the bathroom saying “this needs more!”  First, I had some peel and stick white brick wallpaper that I had purchased from target, I put it up, unfortunately the wall wasn’t quite straight or level…

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    Powder Room Reveal

    A long-weekend project that I decided to do Super Bowl Weekend! 🤦🏽‍♀️ It all started when Cameron went to take a shower, he jumped in the shower and I needed to go grab a roll of paper towels from the basement.  I walked down the steps and Oh-Em-Geee there was water spraying from my pipe (of course right above where I store my paper towels). My dad happened to be at the house so I yelled to him for help!  My super-insightful father comes downstairs and says “you definitely have a leak, you’re going to need a plumber!” … 🤔 thanks dad!  I go upstairs and tell Cam he was going to have…

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    Creativity is MY outlet!

    Hi Loves!! There were days (not too long ago!) where after a bad day, I would go straight to my wine rack and grab my favorite red (Malbec) to relax.  While I still L-O-V-E a great glass of red wine, I realized that it was not solving my problems, I just happened to love the taste and it would put me in a good place, for that evening.  TRUST, I am NOT condemning drinking wine, as I still have my fair share, but I choose to not use it as an outlet, because I truly found something that is a much better outlet for me: creating! Growing up I remember…