Ever been around a person who made sure you were aware of EVERY accomplishment they ever made in life? Ugh. I have, and IT. IS. SO. ANNOYING.
Sometimes I complain about not being born an Angela Simmons, Sarah Jakes, Paris Hilton, or someone of the liking. Man, if I had a brief moment of the opportunities and resources that are available to them, I’d be killing every area of what I’m currently trying to pursue in life.
It’s Friday! Yay! That means a new episode of #CoffeeWithNik is live. I have my Salted Carmel Mocha from Starbucks, what’s in your cup?
I love Tamar Braxton. Point blank period. My husband can testify that every time I see her on t.v. or hear her on the radio, I”m bound to say “I LOVE Tamar”. Why? Tamar is super-talented, funny, and always “beat to capacity”. Some may say Tamar “do too much”, and she may, but I’m still a loyal “Tamartian”.
We all know the saying “Behind every great man is a great woman.” While this is true, I’d also like to believe that behind every great WOMAN is a great MAN. As a newlywed, I’m learning that one of the best things I can do for my husband is support his dreams. While working a 9-5, he’s also diligently working towards his music aspirations. And although I’ve taken a liking to being a homemaker, he understands my dreams of being an author are nowhere close to being forgotten. As we both are currently experiencing the highs and lows of getting closer to our dreams, we’re learning why it’s crucial for us to support one another. Here are 6 reasons why:
The saying “Blondes have more fun” just may have some truth in it. I was all nervous about how people would respond to my new “hurr” (hair). To my surprising, I’ve received NOTHING but compliments. I get them all day long. The other day I was editing in Robust Coffee on 63rd Woodlawn and an older Black woman kept staring at me. She apologized for staring, but couldn’t get over how pretty my hair is. Alright now. This blonde just may be my “thing” for the Spring & #SummerTimeChi