Wednesday, October 3, 2012

TeaTime Tidbit

I don't know why but every time I have a cup of tea, I feel as if my senses get going and the neurons in my brain get to racing.

Oh yes, it is called caffeine.
Besides that stimulant, the act of drinking tea makes me feel warm, cozy and gets me to thinking. So I felt inspired to have posts entitled Tea Time Tidbits where I share little nuggets of inspiration & the random going ons in my head.
So brew yourself a cup of whatever you fancy & join me! Comments are always welcome

note: these pics are from January. 

The first one is about loving yourself. So cliche but something that needs to be said. Many people out there, women & men, don't love themselves. They have issues with embracing who they are and fully loving all that God gave them. Inside and out.

I figured I would start with the outside. I was checking out Tracee Ellis Ross' website (which is great btw) and she had a wonderful post about breasts. It was about her breasts and the view society has on the way breasts should look. To read click here.
After reading the article, I felt more secure with my breasts. I've always looked at them as not attractive in the nude, that they should be higher up and they look much better in the dark. I didn't really love my boobs. The article was uplifting (no pun intended) because it made me realize God made my boobs, everyone's boobs are different & I should love my boobs!

With that said, love yourself. What you think are imperfections are really what makes you, YOU. Sets you apart from everyone else.

No one is perfect, we're all imperfect so love yourself. You're GREAT!


  1. Hey, I have a question. Is your hair naturally like that it did you transition and decided to go natural? I'm thinking of doing the "Big Chop"

    1. Yeah it is. I transitioned for around 9 months then did a BC.
      Only do the BC if you're really ready. If having short hair diesn't bother you, then go for it!

    2. Yea. Kinda had a incident where I dyed my hair and them permed it a month after (4days ago). Which was a bad idea. Lost most of my hair in the back really bad. But months back I've been thinkin of going natural, and now I see it as a chance of really doing it.