• The Bigger Picture

    Yesterday we hiked at a local park here in Georgia. While I was attempting to get a photo that would do this picturesque landscape justice, my partner was snapping me. While reviewing the pictures he had taken, that simple moment reminded me to look at the bigger picture. As we learn to navigate through this […]

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    April 5, 2020 By ATL
  • African Americans and the Mental Health Stigma

    I wish more people especially my African American counterparts understood the value of therapy. Have you ever heard a Black parent say “oh he’s just bad” when speaking about an overly rambunctious child? There’s probably something deeper going on there but we’ve been conditioned to sweep it under the rug. In my opinion this is […]

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    December 24, 2018 By ATL
  • 3 Ways to Get Out of The Makeup Trap

    I like to think I’m a pretty decent looking woman. I mean, I do have a big forehead(I could probably beat Rihanna in a headbutting competition), dark circles around my eyes, let’s not forget the horizontal scar in the middle of my forehead from where I had to get a lipoma removed. Then there’re these […]

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    September 16, 2018 By ATL