My Interview on The Crowned Podcast + My Mini-Announcement
Good Day, Beauties!
Yesterday, I had the pleasure to speak with a fellow blogger and entrepreneur, Terrace Sherman from The Royal Queendom. In this podcast, Terrace and I share our journeys thus far on starting where you are when you relocate. I am not going to lie; I was ecstatic about this interview because I am soon to tap into the podcast phenomenon. I was also nervous about how the podcast was going to turn out because I am self-conscious about my voice. On an early Saturday morning, I met up with Terrace to do her makeup for an upcoming photoshoot then to record our interview afterward.
After listening to the final edit, it turned out fantastic, and all of my fears went out of the window. I prayed to God about this journey, and He is showing me that His promises for my destiny are going to work out just fine. I am blessed and excited for my next endeavor for 2018 - my very own podcast! Stay tuned for further details about the name of my podcast and launch date.
Please take a listen to this episode by clicking the link here. I hope you enjoy this podcast and feel free to comment below your thoughts and subscribe to The Crowned Podcast. Let's continue to support each other as we continue to live in our purpose and go for our dreams.
Be great and be amazing!
The Blogging Beauties Network and Broadcasting Beauty PR teamed up to bring a multi-city tour focusing on empowering women in journalism careers, media, and press.
Happy October! It's a new month, and we are just under 100 days remaining of 2018. I remember at the beginning of this year, I read through my list of goals I wanted to achieve for 2018 and I can honestly tell you that rebranding was not one of them. However, I did indicate through prayer for an increase in my business and craft.
I was excited to be an attendee of the Makeup Mogul Masterclass taught by makeup artist extraordinaire, Tiyana Robinson. Before we dig in, let me give you a background on how I ended up in her masterclass.
First of all, let me elaborate on how POWERFUL social media is! Thanks to one of my friends, I reached out to a correspondent who posted on Twitter that she was looking for a makeup artist for a short film.
I know, I have been MIA for some time now, but a lot has happened in my personal life. I had plans on writing some blog posts regarding spending my first birthday as an Atlanta resident, my one year anniversary as a resident of Atlanta and other random posts including some podcast recordings. However, some events happened in my life to where I decided to take a mental break.
There is nothing like a good ole blogger challenge! My blogger boo Courtney from Passionate Woman CS created a fun challenge in her latest post, 25 & Winging It. She created this challenge for bloggers to share some fun facts, confessions and life lessons about us. So when my girl and blogger boo Michaela from A Dash of Michaela, shared her post, 23 & Winging It, she then tagged me to join the challenge as well and I am ready for the task.
Summer 2018 is just around the corner, and of course, we are ready, or not. When the sun is out, we are out, and we cannot afford to have our makeup looking like you came through drippin, literally. One thing I hate to see is a queen out and about with her makeup running down her face.
It's been a while since I've done any Get Jay's Look posts and it feels good to bring them back. Kicking off my 2018 makeup looks, it was only right to recreate Beyonce's makeup from her performance at Coachella.
I have always been a fan of Drake's music, especially when he released More Life last year. To this day I still play that album from start to finish. Earlier this year, he released God's Plan, and it caught my attention, at least I thought it did until he dropped, Nice for What this past Friday night. Let me tell you, the MOMENT I HEARD THIS SONG, I instantly fell in love.
Hey loves! Happy first day of March! Spring is upon us, and after a ROUGH month of February, I would like to begin the month with a blog post feature. For this post, I want to feature a fellow blogger, named T Mac and her review of an event she attended in Baltimore, Maryland called Wine & Pasta: Fade II Black sponsored by Wine & Pasta Events, LLC. As much as she anticipated attending the event and supported a black-owned business, unfortunately, T Mac's experience was not a great one.