As we come to the end of October there is a story I want to share, a strong woman testimony: March 2017 was the month that changed my life forever. I get a call saying that the doctors found lumps around my mother’s breast and that turned out positive for breast cancer stage 2. When … More Her is me: this is a story of my breast cancer survivor hero.
Becoming a mom is like applying for that one job where we lack the qualifications, knowing that we’re not going to get a salary, paid time off, and minimal recognition but we accept it with open arms. Being a mom we have to deal with the pressures from society to self, we can be overwhelmed … More We are Amazing Moms!
Back in May I took a trip back to my hometown. Many of you may or may not know but I am from New York City. During my solo trip I got the chance to visit some family members and handle family business. For the FIRST time in a LONG time I had time to myself. I was away … More Travel Experience Part I: My First Solo Trip
Question #1: What makes you a redeemer? What makes me a redeemer is that I have my eyes on my goals and I avoid any and all nay-sayers. I don’t let the fact that I did not finish college (even with a measly 12-credits to go) or have a child hinder my ability to work … More Feature Friday: Meet Ashley a.k.a ACole
Happy Friday Redeemers!!!! Even though Mothers day has gone and past, mothers are still celebrated all year round. I wanted to introduce a young mother like myself who defines the words hustle and determination. Meet Ashley, She is a self-published author who created the children’s book “When I Grow Up I Want … More Feature Friday: Ashley a.k.a ACole
Over the past couple of years I have always looked forward to dressing up and making sure to look EXTRA good for Mothers Day but this year I wanted to scale back a bit. Being that my daughter is getting older I’m finding ways to still look good and be comfortable enough to chase … More My Mothers Day Look
Don’t be fooled by the cute little memes, and the adorable photos of mommy and me. Don’t be fooled by the different post you see on Facebook about how amazing our children are and how much we’re in love with them. Yes we love our children to the moon and back but don’t be fooled … More I am a mother
You continuously hear the saying “It takes a village to raise a child,” but I think that saying still holds truth in adulthood. Most of us can agree that through the experiences life has given us, there have been generation/s of women before us who shaped us into the women we are today. Whether it was … More Its takes a village to become a woman and a mother…
As women we are labeled as “strong,” “reliable,” “powerful,” and many other terms that puts us on a high pedestal. We get told that we are the ones who are the nucleus of the family, the ones who keeps the sanity in the house and keep things moving in the mist of the storm. … More You can’t do it alone