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The F Word | Part 2 1

Read part 1 here. While learning more about fibroids, I came across an article from Gessie Thompson regarding fibroids and fertility. At the time, I knew I wanted children and wondered if fibroids would be cause for concern. (Sidenote: I came to this realization at the same age I found out […]


Pregnancy Journey [approaching the end] 10

As I’m in nesting mode with less than 3 weeks remaining, I’m reflecting on all the things I’ll miss about my pregnancy journey…  –Kicks from my healthy baby…though it started feeling awkward toward the end, her movement still equates with enjoyment.  –Getting out of doing “adulty” things…my feet are kicked […]


Representation Matters | Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green

This article can be found in the March/April issue of Delux Magazine, an urban lifestyle magazine I’ve been writing for since 2009.  Inspiring a Generation   While scouring the web early one morning, my daily routine to avoid prepping for work, I was floored by a headline on The Root: […]


Maternity Wear On a Budget 1

“No one wears maternity clothing,” so said the father of my child. Sir. Please. o_O I’ve known plenty of pregnant women in the past few years. Shucks, almost half the women at my school have been pregnant in my last five years there…the running joke is that there is something […]


Maternity shoot (and baby name reveal) 2

Time is winding down. I’m to the stage where I’ve mapped out every store’s restroom because chances are high I’ll need to visit it. *rolls eyes* Translation: My little one is almost here!:) I had a baby shower thrown by my wonderful crew of Sorors last month and on that […]


Tiffany, where have you been??

It’s a loaded question that I’m happy a few have asked. *feeling loved* I still post tidbits on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat (👻mnrtv)) but it seems my website has been neglected. I actually lost some of my zeal for writing after August 2014, and even more so with […]


Black Girls Travel Too | France and Italy | Part 2 2

This post picks up where the last left off. <– click After Paris and Nice, my cousin and I traveled to Italy. We wanted to go straight to Venice but that would’ve made for a long train ride, so we stopped for one day in Milan. Arriving at the airbnb…this look says, “Oh, […]


Black =/= Violent

Universal Pictures to ‘support’ theaters that request ‘extra security’ at ‘Compton’ screenings This article title has been all over my social media accounts the past few days. I find it rather unnecessary and very insulting. According to an article on The Grio, “Although there have been hundreds of pre-release screenings without […]


Black Girls Travel (Too) | Barcelona

Kids playing street ball near Las Ramblas – a popular street near city centre for tourists and locals. Coincidentally, while I was in Barbados, two of my soror-friends Catina and Adzoa were in Barcelona. Ooo-oo-oop! The Mountain at Montserrat – aka home of black Madonna. They too found their discount on […]


Black Girls Travel (Too) | Barbados 6

This article about professionals traveling came my way just in time. Every working woman needs to take time for herself!   I just returned from a weeklong trip to the sunny (ok, most days cloudy) and beautiful island of Barbados.   Some may be wondering why I chose this title for […]