I'm an 80's baby. I miss the old school cartoons. Scooby-doo was one of my favorites. But I always wondered why he was always so afraid of everything. Like dude, you're a dog; a big dog at that. I'm sure if you bark the monsters would have instantly run away. I used to get so … Continue reading Defeating Resistance
With Father’s day coming up I just want to say thanks to my father for raising his daughters to be the strong young women we have all grown up to be. I’m last in line and working towards my goals. My father always said that he wants us to be independent women; get our degrees … Continue reading Simple thoughts
So a lot of people have been asking where are my fashion/styling pictures. This blog is not really meant to be a fashion based blog...however a part of being a better woman is dressing the part. Therefore, I will be showcasing my outfits as well as other styling tips on here for my readers. … Continue reading Donde es?
“I’m Every woman”
Today I watched The View. Barbara Walters looked so cute today. I love her! I liked the color blocking outfit she had on. You go girl! Everyone that knows me well knows The View is MY SHOW! Five women from all walks of life sit at a coffee table for an hour to discuss several … Continue reading “I’m Every woman”
I loved Angelica growing up. Yeah, she was a bully but she always spoke up! While reading the Chapter Private Women, Public Men in The Myth of Mars and Venus all I could think about was the 19th century; Ms. Beeten’s Book of Household Management. One of the most inspirational authors of the nineteenth century … Continue reading Be Heard
You’d think I was Dominican for the past week. Plátanos con pollo (plantains with chicken), plátanos con pavo (plantains with turkey), and plátanos con carne (plantains with beef). I ate green fried plantains all week with most of my meals. I try to fill my summer months with easy to make meals. I fell in … Continue reading Plátanos con…
“Tell it like it is”
“Kristen, you have a really unique voice.” I kindly asked my friend “Matt” to explain to me what he meant my labeling my voice into a “unique” category. Was it bad or good? Being that I never spent any special attention to my tone while talking, I was anxious to know from a male perspective … Continue reading “Tell it like it is”
I remember reading this book in the second grade. My teacher was Ms.D. Anderson. Anyone that went to Public School 68 in the Bronx with me or prior to the year 2000 remembers that woman. Boy, was she strict! Although it was unlawful she would hit the kids that misbehaved with a ruler. I remember … Continue reading I CAN!
Her “Story” Feature: Yisel Tejeda
Little introduction. I met Yisel while attending my junior college in Orlando. She was always so friendly and willing to help other students while working in the computer lab. I always knew that she was destined for greatness simply from her demeanor. Yisel was always smiling and always studying! Yisel might not remember this but … Continue reading Her “Story” Feature: Yisel Tejeda