Continue reading “The Real Reason Michelle Obama was the Most Admired Woman of 2018”
The former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, has been named the Most Admired woman according to a Gallup Poll. Another first lady, Hillary Clinton, held the mantel for ages, but she couldn’t have been too admired since Americans didn’t vote for her azz in the 2016 election (Just Joking!). I choose to think she is the most admired because she can be both petty and classy at the same damn time. Who can’t related to being petty at times. I try to be petty at least once a week!
The unrealistic beauty standards of our society causes normal women to feel less beautiful, and less worthy of being happy. Young women and girls are exposed to media campaigns and beauty magazines that display these perfect women draped in expensive clothes and dawned with pounds of makeup. This is just the reality of our society. But today, an internet troll decided that she would try to shame me and other curvy women because we may not fit the unrealistic beauty image of society. Well, it’s time to put this body shaming bytch on blast. Continue reading “Online Bullies and Internet Trolls Body Shame Curvaceous Babes”
A toxic work environment can take an emotional tole on your emotional well-being. Why? Because you have to see these damn people more than you see your own family. There are instances in which you are drowning in a toxic work environment and are unable to reach the surface of personal happiness. Continue reading “How to flourish in a toxic work environment without going completely insane?”
Weekly self-reflection benefits our emotional well-being and prevents life regrets. I find that without weekly self-reflection, I get a little lost, and I lose site of my goals and values. I also start allowing others to influence me in ways that are opposite of my thinking and behaviors. Look, fck human beings and live your best life. Continue reading “Weekly Self-Reflection: Fck Human Beings”
After the midterm elections, no matter the results, turn off the news and disconnect from social media to prevent political stress. Try to take your mind off of the state of our country and disconnect from all of the political spin and fear mongering. Unlike no other time in our country, politics is causing Americans depression, fear, anger, and anxiety. Continue reading “Political Stress in Trump’s America”