• Health

    Safe Fitness During Injuries

    Have you been consistent on your journey or just started your journey and injured yourself?  On June 3, 2018, I was sitting on my left leg in bed and from hip to toe fell asleep. I didn’t know it.  I get out of bed, take on step with my right foot and with my left foot, I step down and hear, pop, pop, pop.  As I look down my foot was on the side. Instead of stepping down on the bottom of my foot, I stepped down on the side of my foot, OUCH!!  I grabbed my foot, my blood pressure shot up, saw a few stars, took deep breaths…

  • Style

    A Girl’s Reality: Time & True Collection

    Our goal has always been to present fashion, style, and finesse with a low-cost flare. As a working mother and entrepreneur, I understand the budget crunches of home and LIFE. Always making sure your family is well provided for, but somehow always forgetting about yourself. And that is why we write with you in mind; the working women, the women of different shapes and sizes, women on a budget, and yet your desire is to be sophisticated and fashion forward. As I look back at the articles we have presented, the journey of fashion has taken you to thrift shop finds and how to put it all together, shopping in…

  • Beauty

    Back 2 Basics: Product Review

    Last year around this time I did a product wear test and review of a “waterproof” foundation that ended up having me look like a melted Hershey’s bar during my event. It was horrifying to say the least and I promised myself that it would never happen again. Fast forward to this past weekend and a few very hot and humid weekends before, I decided to give summer makeup another chance. I personally DO NOT prefer to wear makeup in the sweltering heat and humidity. Mostly because I  sweat like I have my own personal rain cloud following me. I have found a primer that can hold it’s own against…

  • Health

    Do You See the Signs?

    Suicide is a highly stigmatized topic, thus preventing much outward expression about it in families, churches, and communities. Because suicide rates are growing, especially in certain populations of people, it’s time to speak out! Let’s hit the high points related to suicide. The Facts: More than 40,000 people die by suicide each year in the U.S. Suicide rates have increased by 30% since 1999. Suicide can affect anyone, no matter the age, gender, or background. Suicide can be the result of a mental health condition, treated or untreated;  – such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, personality disorder, etc. Many times, the family and friends of those who die by suicide have…