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flash poll!: where are you from?
naturalhairproblems: hey naturals! real quick, i got a question for yall. where are you from, and/or living now? ALSO! forgot to ask this the first time around - where were you living when you went natural? feel free to reblog this for me! very important research for awesome purposes! thank ya kindly! Chicagoooo
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Infographic on the Secret of Sleep →
Always relevant, as I’m perpetually in search of delicious REM deep @ssed sleep.
Black History Month: Now With 35% More Revolution! →
littleknownblackhistoryfacts: what will YOU do with the extra day in Black History Month? i have some suggestions!
Hey Fran Hey: Shea Moisture Giveaway →
heyfranhey: It’s been a min since we’ve done a cool giveaway :) There will always be mixed reviews when it comes to beauty products. Not everyone’s hair or skin responds the same to certain ingredients, so getting a 100% positive response is unlikely! However, I think it’s fair to say the one product line we…
Why He, She, and Everybody Got High →
This is one of the best posts I’ve read in the wake of Whitney’s death. Brilliant, insightful writing.
Juror Jailed for Friending Defendant on Facebook →
On a somewhat serious note today because of a conversation the other day: I...– You Didn’t Thank Me For Punching You in the Face « Views from the Couch (via golden-notebook) PRAISE! (via woodsmokeandhymns) Never even thought about this… how its ingrained in us from childhood that that type of behavior is cute. If my daughter comes home and says that, boy…. I tell...
This is the thing: When you hit 28 or 30, everything begins to divide. You can...– Relevant magazine (via charliebravo)
A Year of Shopping Only at Black Businesses →
In 2008, Maggie Anderson was doing pretty well. She had a successful career in business consulting, a loving husband and two lovely daughters, a nice house in Oak Park. But looking around at her mostly white neighbors, she couldn’t shake the guilty feeling that she’d left the black community behind. A simple solution, she decided, would be to spend more money in the impoverished...
Christina D... Straight. No Chaser.:... →
palatial-bear-messages: The 5 Stupidest Habits You Develop Growing Up Poor The 5 Stupidest Habits You Develop Growing Up Poor By: John Cheese January 19, 2012 2,869,064 views Add to Favorites 107digg As some of you know,… #relevant
Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives...– Brene Brown (via basseyworld)