May is Mental Heal Awareness Month, and I would love to use this time to highlight some key areas in mental health and fight some of the stigmas associated with various disorders, as well as educate readers on the different facets of mental health, and finally share resources to use if help is needed, or to just learn further information.
This month I wasn’t as dilegent when it came to reading a book every week, but I was able to read two books, and they were just what I needed!
This past month I unknowingly read books only written by women, which I find fitting seeing that March was International Women’s Month. Who are some of your favorite female authors?
This month I only read books that had to do with Black History and were written by Black authors, in order to help enhance my current knowledge on the subject.
In this post I spotlight “On The Come Up” by Angie Davis, and share my review and summary of the book.
January was a month of exciting reading. I’ve got a mix of nonfiction, fiction, and true crime in this months book review.
It’s a new year, so that means it’s time to reflect on the past and plan for the future. I have highlighted my main goals for 2019, and look forward to hearing what yours are as well.
In all of our lives we enter and leave different seasons. This is about my new season of life, and how it has already helped mold me into a stronger person.
This month I read three challenging nonfiction books that inspired me to be a better person and to always fight for what is right. Each book was unique in it’s story, but they all had a similar message; work hard, be kind and fight for what you love/believe in.
I had the opportunity to interview the CEO/Founder of Flavor, a fresh new brand that’s looking to make it’s mark in the fashion world.