As you can tell by the title I am clearly going to badger you about veganism. Today is World Vegan Day and in the spirit of today I just feel the need to share my journey. I used to hate mentioning that I was vegan because of the reactions I would get from people. But now I could care less about the reactions of other people and more about my own personal health.
Every year around the same time I always have some sort of premonition. Usually trying to put my life into perspective.
Happy Monday! As you may know, yesterday I was blessed to celebrate another year of life! How time files when your busy and having fun! So much has happened in the past few months that my birthday kind of snuck up on me
My mission is to utilize my god-given gifts of natural talent, intelligence, determination, patience, and serial optimism to cultivate the self-worth and net-worth of all women of color in male dominated industries.
That is my mission statement. I look at it everyday and make sure that everything I do helps my mission.
In college I took a class that was geared towards helping students become great leaders. We all had to read Sun Tsu’s The Art of War, participate in mock interviews, cultivate elevator speeches, and more. During the course my professor also spoke about personal mission statements.
Please note that I am not affiliated with any of the brands that I have mentioned in this post and I have and will always give my honest opinion.
So every girl has a pair of jeans that they would die for right? … No? Okay. Well I love mine almost that much especially because they are also stonewashed. My job usually has a casual dress code on Fridays.
The jean shirt has become increasing popular over the last few years. Although these tops can be paired with virtually anything, I have paired my own stone washed version with a short black pencil skirt. This outfit can be worn on a casual date, a girls day out, or to class if worn with a more subtle shoe. I personally love bold statement necklaces worn with with jean shirts.