How well do you know your skin color? It’s true: skin color is not taboo over here. My family is a glorious range of black and brown. But despite loving it, embracing it and calling it beautiful, I still don’t know much about my skin. I was invited by Sephora inside JCPenney to try their innovative method of analyzing skin tones and helping busy moms find our perfect color match.
Summa time is coming!!! I am so excited! Between the casual mornings with my babies, beach days with friends and the occasional girls’ night out, summer is a time to catch up on all the little things that make us happy. And lately, I’ve been thinking about freshening up my summer beauty routine and doing more things for me. Listen amigas, I’m not getting any younger. Technically a Millenial, sometimes Mom
Oh, the simple joys of summer. These days I cherish with fierceness: taking long walks with my neighbors as the sun sets off in the distance, exploring the outdoors, grilling up dinner while the kids bond with old friends, indulging in sweet treats in balanced ways. What are you craving? Here are a few more of the decadent things I’m soaking up this summer. Big thanks to our partner, Balance
Summer has always been my favorite season of the year. In summer, Daddy D and I celebrate birthdays and the anniversary of our union. In summer, we’re void of agendas, spend spontaneously (recklessly?) on travel and savor the simple days with our kids. But one of my most favorite things about summer are the collections of dresses that line the racks of every store, at every budget and every style.
They’re versatile, comfortable and the unofficial uniform of busy moms everywhere, but the modern new styles in the 2016 Spring collection from Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™ are nothing like the typical “mom jeans” of yesteryear. Actually, I’ve pretty much fallen in love with these modern pairs of skinny jeans and capris! I’m excited to partner with Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™ to share a couple of their
The first time I heard the word phat was in the late 1990’s in a high school English honors class. We were studying semantics – the play on words – when a classmate raised his hand and said, “Hey yo, Ms. Fowler, so like this: you a phat teacher.” The whole class gasped. We had only heard fat, not phat, and well, Ms. Fowler wasn’t fit and trim. He went