Shades of Beauty

Lets face it, Lil’ Kim looks nothing like she used to. And for years we’ve seemingly dealt with that.

However, this past weekend the Brooklyn rapper posted a series of alarming selfies showing her noticeably lighter skin. Continue reading Shades of Beauty

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“I forgive you because…” 

We’ve all felt the pain of being completely wronged before. Whether it was by a partner, a friend, a family member or even an associate. The sting was all the same. It pierced us with its sharp lies and left us to suffer. Continue reading “I forgive you because…” 

My Body, My Way: Meet Deshayla

 

My Body, My Way is a series dedicated to promoting healthy body images among women. If you’d like to join, please feel free to e-mail me at: chardelaroche@gmail.com. 

Age: 22

Ethnicity: African-American

Occupation: Full-time Nursing student

Describe your body type: Athletic and curvy

1. What makes a woman beautiful to you?

“Confidence always makes a woman beautiful in my opinion simply because nobody is perfect so you have to learn to love everything about yourself, including your flaws. I also admire beautiful skin, no matter the color.” Continue reading My Body, My Way: Meet Deshayla

#Chargeup with a Spring Getaway

Miami has been a complete zoo so far this month due to spring breakers, Ultra Music Festival, endless nightlife events and the amazing weather. But despite all the jam-packed events, Tony and I opted for cute camping trip in Georgia  for our spring break. Continue reading #Chargeup with a Spring Getaway

Life Lessons

It’s story time y’all. Continue reading Life Lessons

Things You Should Know Before Moving In Together

Moving in with a man is a pretty big step. Especially for the generation we’re living in. Continue reading Things You Should Know Before Moving In Together

Update

This past August, my boyfriend and I decided to move to Miami. Now I have to admit, the thought of being in a big city scared the crap out of me. Not only am I dealing with a new turf, but I’m also trying to fight through language barriers (Like 80% of the population speaks Spanish), hours of traffic (South Florida’s highways are no joke!) and unemployment.

Please que the dramatic music. Continue reading Update