Hey guys! So this will be a quick, little post. If you haven't already, check out my post about my wash routine and the products I used at the time https://coco-afro.com/2016/02/19/wash-day-routine/. Since that post, I changed brands, lines, and added totally new products to my wash day routine and daily maintenance of my hair. It … Continue reading Product Update
Where did the time go?!! They say undergrad flies by, but graduate school REALLY flies by. December 17, 2017, I will have a Master of Public Health (epidemiology concentration) degree. I am one of those people who loves to go to school and I have considered earning my PhD, but I am going to give … Continue reading Mastering The Masters
I'm slightly late to the party, but I really had to muster up the courage to participate in this challenge. I'm not really the type to openly share my feelings and that is something that I have been consciously working on since 2014. So here we go..... I'm not quite where I want to be … Continue reading Day 15 of #SheHeals
The two strand twist out is a timeless style that every natural should have in her toolbox. It's a quick, low maintenance, versatile hairstyle that you can wear up, down, pulled to the side, or in whatever creative pin-up your mind can think of. And if you're in a rush, you can leave the twists … Continue reading Two Strand Twist Out
Going to the beauty shop as a natural can be traumatic, especially if you have coarse hair. So I don't blame a lot of naturals for learning how to do their own hair. I've had beauticians cause heat damage, chop off more than the ends, break combs and charge me an arm and a leg. … Continue reading Naturals and The Beauty Shop
Well, summer vacation is over and the new school year has begun! As you prep your classrooms, attend the professional developments that we all love, and make the final tweaks to your first lesson, my fellow educators, do not forget about YOU! Please keep your mental, physical, and emotional health in mind. We cannot help … Continue reading Back To School! Teachers, are you ready?!
I normally do not read self-help books, but I saw a few of my Facebook friends talking about this book and my dad had a copy. I have never seen this man read a book in my life so I think that's what really struck my curiosity. If you are really serious about your current … Continue reading The 5 Love Languages