Tag: self care

Brighten Your Smile with Affordable Teeth Whitening

This post was sponsored by Smile Brilliant. I received a timepiece in exchange for an honest review. All words and opinions are mine and mine alone. Please see my full disclosure statement for more information.

I don’t know anyone that doesn’t yearn to have a brighter and whiter smile. There was a point in time where teeth whitening was reserved for the wealthy, but fortunately it is now something very affordable that you can do it right at home! Smile Brilliant, a professional at home teeth whitening kit, was created by a dental professional with more than 30 years of experience. The company came to be after realizing that majority of the cost & time associated with professional teeth whitening revolves mostly around trips to the dentist. To reduce cost and time, the Smile Brilliant founder developed a system that allows customers to make their own dental impressions right at home! (more…)

3 Work Week Survival Tips + Thursday 3 Link Up

It’s hardly a secret that I live for the weekends. I look forward to sleeping in, spending time with The Boy, and just not being at work. Unfortunately, there are five days known as the work week that stand between me and my little slice of heaven. Thankfully I have The Boy to help me get through, but when he’s away for a few days I find myself riding shot gun on the struggle bus. His latest work trip forced me to come up with a new daily routine to ensure everything and everyone (i.e. our fur babies) were taken care of. As a result, I’ve come up with 3 work week survival tips that are sure to make anyone’s work week pass  by a little more swiftly. (more…)

3 Tips for Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals for 2017

I can’t believe there are only two days left in 2016. It seems as though the year FLEW by and we’re all staring 2017 in the face…regardless of if we’re ready or not. As is typical of this time of the year, I’ve started contemplating the things I’d like to accomplish in 2017. A lot of people, myself included, tend to make over zealous New Year’s resolutions that they work on for several weeks and then forget all about. This year I’m going to use something I learned in graduate school to hopefully create goals for 2017 that I actually complete. (more…)

How to Make the Most of Your Winter Break

Undergraduate and graduate students are breathing a sigh of relief as they enjoy the fact that their finals are either behind them or will be by the end of the week. Most are now staring a few well deserved weeks of winter break in the face and may be a little overwhelmed with their new found freedom. Many may be tempted to spend their entire winter break catching up from the numerous all nighters school forced them to pull. The problem with that is that your break is temporary and you will eventually have to return back to the struggle that is higher learning. Here are six tips to help you make the most of your winter break. (more…)

3 Lessons Millennials Can Learn from HBO’s Insecure

 

If you haven’t seen HBO’s new hit series Insecure, you are totally missing out! The show explores the black female experience, but as I binged watched the series I realized it’s a show millennials of any race can enjoy and probably relate to. I don’t want to reveal too many spoilers for those of you that haven’t seen it and are planning to watch, but there are a few lessons to be learned from this first season of Insecure. (more…)