I believe people come in our lives for a reason, and Mister Walls came into my life to show me what it means to be real and authentic. For this episode, I wanted to introduce the world to him and share how our friendship has impacted my life in one of the best ways possible. // Instagram: its_supersimple
I'm sure you could guess this episode has something to do with fashion. During this time of COVID Quarantine, do what you want, including wearing what you want. If you're not leaving the house but still want to toss on a ball gown, wear the ball gown and STRUT! The only person you dress for is yourself. // Instagram: its_supersimple
This episode is all about a popular social platform many people avidly use. I'm not talking about TikTok; I'm talking about Instagram, including how I edit my Instagram pictures and the usual anecdotes and random tangents. // Instagram: its_supersimple
Through the tangents and tidbits of random information, I share my personal struggles with branding, including merging, growth and improving engagement. Also, I feel like I'm super repetitive, so if you're looking for a drinking game, take a shot every time I say "the blog.." // Instagram: its_supersimple // New episodes every Friday
Thought spirals: the noun version of overthinking. There are five things I overthink about: COVID-19, marriage, life after college, money, and my image. Let's talk about it. // Instagram: its_supersimple
This episode is all about being apologetic, especially as women, and how we need to stop. We have no reason to apologize... unless we actually did something wrong like purposely sabotaging a coworker's promotion.
As we continue to venture through Women's History Month, I wanted to express my love for women and share why I think they are absolutely phenomenal. I also decide to give my unpopular opinion on the drama surrounding COVID-19.
PSA: This is not my coming out.
It's Women's History Month, and I am living for it!! This is one of my favorite months out of the entire year, and to celebrate, we're going to talk about women. This episode is pretty much all about allowing women to do whatever they want with their bodies, including growing hair. In the last few minutes, we flip the script a bit and talk about the EF-3 tornado that hit my hometown, Nashville, TN.
The best ideas happen when you're trying to sleep at 3 am, and this episode is a result of that. I had the idea to share my expectations and goals for the new month as I keep trying to conquer and figure out life.
In honor of it being Black History Month and me being an African-American, this episode is all about my time being born and raised in Tennessee, a very Republican state. If you get offended easily, don't listen to this.
Happy Valentine's Day!! As a single bean with a history of a non-existent love life, I thought it would be fun to talk about boys and love and romantic relationships; take a shot every time I say "romantic relationship." (Also, yes, the title is a tik tok).
Today's episode is all about money and how it pretty much rules the world. It's hard to accomplish everything you want to accomplish if you don't have any money. At this point in society, it's hard to live without money on the mind.
When I think of 2020, I think of 20/20 vision. With it being 2020, this could be the year to receive clarity on different situations and relationships in our lives, and it's up to us to act upon the clarity we receive. In this rambling session full of tangents, I discuss the vision for 2020... even though we're already a month in.