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Let’s Get Real: Troy Fairbanks and Celibacy

Let’s Get Real: Troy Fairbanks and Celibacy


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Troy, oh Troy Ok. I just finished watching the Netflix Series Season 2 Episode 7. The “Troy Fine-as-FAWK” Episode. Throughout the episode, Troy FAF Fairbanks, is searching for himself. At the end, I start to question myself. Now I don’t know if this is my […]

Those That Eat Animals Become The Animals That Those Eat, A Theory

Those That Eat Animals Become The Animals That Those Eat, A Theory

This is Now This post is one that’s been sitting on my computer for a while. I have hesitated to post this, knowing it will make people angry. That hesitation ends today. As a writer, I won’t fear other’s thoughts as I write my own. […]

Are Vegans More Confident? Eat Your Veggies and Love Your Self, “Why I’m Vegan” Viral Video

Are Vegans More Confident? Eat Your Veggies and Love Your Self, “Why I’m Vegan” Viral Video

There’s a video circulating the internet about veganism in the black community. It’s only 58 seconds long, but the knowledge spoken in the video by a man named Elijah Miles is timeless. In the video, he correlates self-love with eating healthy, specifically through a plant-based […]

The Weaning Process of a Single Mom: A blog feed.

The Weaning Process of a Single Mom: A blog feed.

Today is day two of my overall weaning process. I have no idea how long it will take, but I will update this daily until its completely done. I will know when the milks are truly no more when my daughter, Rylan, goes a day […]

The Life Cycle of a Vegan

The Life Cycle of a Vegan

  “The Life Cycle of a vegan isn’t the same as a normal measurement of a person’s life span. There’s a beginning but no end, just continual growth.”     Life Cycle is a What? A Life Cycle is the series of changes in the […]

What the Heck is Kwanzaa and Our First Christmas! (Nguzo Saba and Santa)

What the Heck is Kwanzaa and Our First Christmas! (Nguzo Saba and Santa)

What Kwanzaa and Christmas look like in my house: Kwanzaa Traditionally, I celebrate Kwanzaa only. As a kid, my family never participated in Christmas. Instead, we embraced our African Heritage on December 26-January 1. The Seven Principals of Kwanzaa were instilled in me as a […]

Why I’m Single, A Happiness Challenge

Why I’m Single, A Happiness Challenge

Before We Begin – Story time – Don’t Interrupt My Happiness Knock. Knock. Knock. Its 7pm. Downstairs neighbor: “I don’t mind the music, but the cartwheels and stomping needs to stop. You’re gonna knock my chandeliers down. The ceiling’s shaking.” Before this knock and (rude) […]

Vegan Baby Genius, Weekend Study Session

Vegan Baby Genius, Weekend Study Session

1 Year Old At 18 months, my daughter, Rylan, is genius! Or at least I think so! She potty trained, lovessss her veggies, counts to 13, and sings her ABCS. She also knows animal sounds. Most importantly, she is the happiest and most energetic baby […]

What It Looks Like To Be Black and Vegan on Thanksgiving

What It Looks Like To Be Black and Vegan on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving. The holiday that brings family together to gather around food. The food is usually very meat-heavy: chicken, turkey, and ham. That’s three different types of animals! Cows aren’t excluded, don’t forget about that macaroni, a staple in the black family for Thanksgiving. So where […]

DIY Flu Shot to Make At Home, All Natural Ultimate Cold Fighter

DIY Flu Shot to Make At Home, All Natural Ultimate Cold Fighter

Ultimate DIY Flu Shot, No Needles Required Nature has been curing the illnesses of humanity for centuries. This is a drink to boost your immune system and fight off cold and flu bacteria.The natural ingredients do the job of protecting the body from illness and […]