Hair Wars and Self-Care
Spoiler Alert: This is a “Hair Appreciation” post. Yall. I used to be the queen of bone straight hair which over time ended up damaging it. Literally took me 10 years to become comforatble with my natural curl pattern. Would have never worn my hair like this even two or three years ago. My hair…
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Curiously Questioning: Fave Female Author?
Of the choices below, whose is your favorite female author? Nope, you can only choose one! A: Maya Angelou B: Gwendolyn Brooks C: Nikki Giovanni D: Zora Neale Hurston E: Terry McMillan F: Shonda Rhimes Is your favorite not listed? Let me know that, too!
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