I’m excited to share that I will be hitting the road with the Dr. Miracle’s hair care team this summer and spring to select Walmarts. Dr. Miracle’s has been the leader for over 20 years in providing hair care product for people of color that aids to repair damaged hair and sooth scalps. I hope you can join me this Saturday from 11-2pm at Walmart in College Park, GA. Come chat with me and the team, enjoy giveaways and more. I hope you Saturday! More locations and dates coming! Make sure you follow me HERE and on IG to learn where we are going next!
This post is sponsored by Nickelodeon. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
When I was little, I would spend all day combing my dolls hair. Thinking back during to that time, I see how something as simple as combing dolls hair can have an impact on your life. Hairstylists are lifesavers. I’m sure if you ask any of them about their childhood, I’m sure it included combing dolls hair. I even thought I wanted to be a hairstylist. The new series, Sunny Day on Nick Jr., encourages individuality, entrepreneurship and problem-solving skills for our girls. Inspired by salon-owning Sunny, I thought it would be fun for the girls to fun DIY to express their individuality with hair. You can watch Sunny Day Weekdays on Nickelodeon.
I’m a little embarrassed to show my BEFORE bathroom sink but I know this under the sink look is quite common. Being the beauty junky that I am, and having products on hand for both Peyton and Harper, my bathroom cabinet stay out of control. Weird thing is, I knew where everything was. We have plans to remodel our bathroom but until then I need to get my life together. I just got tired of looking at it in this state. Since I’m still on my #OrganizedonFleek roll, I decided to make my bathroom more organized and functional.
It’s been almost a week since we went to Savannah and Tybee Island for spring break. I’ve lived in Atlanta for almost 15 years and this was my first time visiting Savannah. I’ve heard so many great things about the city the last couple years I decided that is where we were going for spring break. Depending on where you live in Atlanta the drive to Savannah is 3-4 hours. That’s not a bad road trip when your traveling with kids. You save a ton of money because you don’t have to buy flights for everyone. I wanted to share a few pics from our trip and where we ate (everything was so good).
I hope you all had a fabulous Easter (I know, I’m late) and spring break. We are just getting back from Savannah and Tybee Island for our spring break. I’m just now opening up my computer and trying to get back in work mode. It’s so hard. Even though it’s a lot of work to pack up the family for 4 days, it was nice to not have to cook in clean for a few days. The downside is I think I gained back every pound I’ve ever lost in life. I didn’t realize Savannah was such a good eating town. Everything was sooooo good and I ate all the things! I’ll share more about our trip early next week. I wanted to share what we wore in Savannah on Easter Sunday… almost a week later.