Natural Hair Staple Products

Natural Hair Staples - Products that your hair love  and you will always use or have at home. Hey, Curlies! As some of you may know I have been natural for 3 full years. I transitioned from July 2015 to August 2016. As time moved along, I tried a good number of different natural hair products. Not all of them stuck, but I... Continue Reading →


The Benefits of Co-Washing Natural Hair

Co-Washing short for “conditioner-only washing.”  Using conditioner or a conditioner-like cream-based product to cleanse the hair, as an alternative to shampoo. If your hair is anything like mine shampoo dries your hair out. No matter how you moisturize it. I had a fantastic wash and go which is hard for me to achieve due to shrinkage.... Continue Reading →

Natural Hair Tips

Heyyyyy Curlies! Disclaimer before I even start: I am NOT a natural hair expert at all. I am just sharing the tips that have helped me on my journey. I have been recently getting questions on how I am getting my hair to grow so fast. I honestly don't know how to properly answer that... Continue Reading →

One Month Post Op

Imagine waking up every morning shaking like a tree in the summer breeze or having this painful headache that makes you just want to keep your eyes closed. Even having this pain that radiates from your lower back down your hip into the bottom of your feet. Sounds interesting enough right? Well, that is my... Continue Reading →

Oh No, ​You Didn’t!

If you read my last blog post you'll know that I got sick either at the hospital or leaving in the cold to go home from surgery.  I do not have a regular Primary Care Physician. I would usually go to the Little Clinic at Kroger or the Wellness Center at Walgreens. However being that... Continue Reading →

Week 1 Recovery Update

The Results  I had my second laparoscopic surgery to check on the status of my Endometriosis and the placement of my organs November 9, 2018. So today that makes me one week and four days post op. On November 19 I went for my first post op appointment. Surprisingly at this appointment he did not... Continue Reading →

Surgery #2

Well... the time has come. I am having my second laparoscopic surgery tomorrow November 9th. If you aren't aware of what a laparoscopic surgery is "Laparoscopy is the most common procedure used to diagnose and remove mild to moderate endometriosis. Instead of using a large abdominal incision, the surgeon inserts a lighted viewing instrument called a laparoscope through... Continue Reading →

Those Dreaded Exams

That yearly trip to the gynecologist for your annual is a day I personally don't look forward to.  It is important to check on your vaginal health without having to have surgery but got dang it, it hurts! That pain isn't something that just goes away after a while. It tends to get more intense... Continue Reading →

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