First off, let me say this. I am not perfect, and I am not a robot.
Now that we got that out of the way let me be quite frank with you. Ever since I packed my bags and relocated to Atlanta, the journey has not been all roses. Granted, I am grateful for this opportunity, but the process that comes along with relocating is mad real. There were a lot of endeavors that occurred in my personal life last year that I unprepared for, but hey, that’s life, right
Makeup plus social media sharable content equals a good time for bloggers! I had an opportunity to spend a Sunday afternoon at the Winky Lux Experience in Atlanta. If you are not hip to Winky Lux, let me take a minute to give you a quick rundown.
I am sure that all creatives can agree that we love to create. No matter what it is, it is our first love. Sometimes, we work so hard at what we do, and we tend to forget to take time out to enjoy going out without thinking about, creating.
In my case, I love creating content. My mind wonders 24/7 and sometimes it drives myself crazy. After a long work week, it was time to enjoy a night out and engage in some activities that do not require any form of work. That is what I did - I attended the pop-up Trap Music Museum in Atlanta.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Last weekend, I attended a thrift tour, hosted by Meyhgin from Meeting With Megs. When I saw that she was hosting a thrift tour, I instantly knew that I was going to be in attendance. Why? Because she is super sweet, freaking amazing and her style is bomb.com! I knew with her guidance; I was going to execute my first thrift store shopping experience.
I want to give you my "grand rounds" of creating content for your blog, brand, website, social media, etc. One thing I can attest to is that when I began my journey of blogging, all I had was my MacBook and my iPhone.
As the 2017 holiday season comes to a close and the new year is approaching, I want to take a moment to thank every one of you for supporting my brand and me. Becoming a blogger has always been a dream of mine, and before the launch of I am SohoGlam, I was afraid to open up and share my vision with the world.