Sunday’s vlog is about black women and mental health.
Family, this is Honestly Me’s pilot episode of the Girl Talk Series. If you are not familiar with the series, you simply suggest a topic by going to the link here and filling out the form, so I can discuss it with some of my girlfriends!
If you find yourself spiraling down a dark hole, deleting friends whom you know (or perceive to be) bias and calling out random racists over the internet; take some time to pull back.
Let’s be honest, in case you have been living under a rock for the last week and a half (or dare I say: last 400 years) then you know about the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and countless others by the hands of those sworn to protect and serve. I haveContinue reading “No More”
I pray I have the audacity to hope
This week’s poem by Demetria is dedicated to the whispers and silent prayers God speaks to our hearts. You can follow her on Instagram @deekeesee If you’d like to be featured for #NationalPoetryMonth reply to this post below. Keep Being Honest, Shanisha When you call I will pick up and answer. You areContinue reading “Call”
This week’s poem by Stephon is one for all the dreamers out there. You can follow him on instagram @intensified_souls And if you want to be featured on the blog for National Poetry Month let me know in the comments below. Keep Being Honest, Shanisha I had to stay motivated Because my mind wasContinue reading “To My Future”
Everyone should have a solid skin care routine, nothing fancy. But it should hit all of these components: Exfoliate You know those cute little beads in the shower gel, hand sanitizers, and cream? Those are used for exfoliation. I suggest starting with a clean, damp face, then use a scrub or any skin care productContinue reading “The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Skin”
This week’s featured poem by Holli Locker is one of heartbreak, hurt, and healing. You can follow her on instagram @reinaaa_05 If you’d like to be featured on the blog for #NationalPoetryMonth let me know by leaving a comment under this post. Keep Being Honest. Even through the broken lenses And the wells of pain hiddenContinue reading “When the Smoke Clears”