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Fall Glow Up Tips for Women of Color

My Fall Glow Up Tips for Women of Color is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Olay. The opinions and text are all mine. #Olay28Day Let me start by asking, “Do you see the glow up your girl has?”. Y’all have always said I had great skin, but in the last 28 days, the health of my skin has gone to a whole new level. A little over a month ago, I started the Olay 28-day challenge and after just a few days I noticed a huge difference in my skin. Olay 28-days challenge: Day 1 – 7 For 28 days, I stopped using my current cleansers and moisturizers in place of exclusively using the Olay Luminous products and following the 4 step [Click here to continue reading]

DIY Polaroid first day of school Photo Booth prop

DIY First Day of School Polaroid Photo Prop

This DIY First Day of School Polaroid Photo Prop tutorial and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MomentsShineWithWindex #CollectiveBias If you have teens you know it can be a little challenging to get them to pose for first day of school pictures. I have three teens and I’ve been snapping first day of school pictures of them since they were little. Now that they are older, I want to make the tradition fun for them and memorable for them. To pull off a teen friendly first day of school photo session, I made a Polaroid photo prop. The prop gives my kids something to do with their hands as I stand there snapping photos [Click here to continue reading]

DIY Clothespin Planter Tutorial

DIY Clothespin Planters

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #OurCaringHands #SoftsoapTouch #CollectiveBias In a few weeks I am going on a mission trip to Africa and the kids will be with my in-laws. This trip has been years in the making and having my in-laws step in with the kids has made it possible sooner than expected. As a token of appreciation, I have been putting together a care package for my in-laws filled with things they like and can use. My mother-in-law taught me a lot of what I know about homemaking, cooking and home decor. Over the years every time she’s come over, she’s never come empty handed. She always brings something I need for [Click here to continue reading]

DIY Father’s Day Jersey + $50 Hanes Gift Card #Giveaway and Prizes

This DIY Father’s Day Jersey tutorial will show you how to create a super soft, customized gift for dad at home. This tutorial is sponsored post in partnership with Hanes. Father’s Day will be here before we know it and I want to make it uber special for my husband. He’s an amazing dad and deserves to be pampered on his special day. His gifts will include things he needs and things he wants. He’ll also get a gift from me and one from the kids. The one from the kids will be this DIY Father’s Day Jersey. It’s made using the softest tee ever. I could have gone cheap, but I really wanted my babe to feel comfy when he wears his Father’s Day [Click here to continue reading]

How to Paint a Vinyl Roller Shade Using Stencil

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ScrubMyWay #TeamDishCloth #CollectiveBias Sometimes I love being in my kitchen and then there are times when I don’t. When I go in there and things are grimy and cluttered I just want to throw the whole kitchen in the trash and start fresh. Unfortunately that’s not possible so the only thing I can do is clean it so it can feel like my happy place again. This weekend was rainy and gloomy so I decided to give my kitchen a deep clean which ended with a fun project for the window over my sink.  It all started with my Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth, and a sink full [Click here to continue reading]

3 Ways to Wrap and Present your Mother’s Day Gift

This post 3 Ways to Wrap and Present your Mother’s Day Gift tutorial and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MakeHerMothersDay #CollectiveBias I hosted my very first Mother’s Day brunch the year before last for the mother’s in my immediate family. There’s me, my mom, my mother-in-law, daughter and sister-in-law. The brunch wasn’t actually on Mother’s Day but the week before. It was such a fun event that allowed the mother’s in my family to relax and enjoy a day of pampering stress free. This was actually my husbands idea and the rules, were that the women would not lift a finger. My husband cooked all of the food and the men and boys [Click here to continue reading]