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5 THINGS EVERY INDEPENDENT GIRL NEEDS IN A GUY

independent

Over the past several years I’ve realized many things about myself, one of the most important ones being how independent I am. I guess you could say I’ve always had a knack for getting things done with or without the help of others. When I can help it, I rely on me. After all, we’re only humans and sometimes (most times) our first instinct is to take care of ourselves before others. However, as awesome as being independent in nature can be, it has been the downfall of a few love connections panning out. Continue Reading

Food Life

FIRST IMPRESSIONS: BENJY’S

Benjy's

YOOO.

I know I’ve gone completely ghost on the blog, but there’s a few good reasons why. One being that school recently just picked back up again, and for some reason I’ve had a tough time adjusting. The others being that I needed to piece new content together and just get my life in functioning order again. I can now say with excitement that I’ve pretty much done all three things, which is why I’m back chatting with you babes. In light of my return, I wanted to jump into sharing! I’m all about putting you babes up on game and today’s post is no different.

SO. Keep reading for my First Impressions on Benjy’s, a new food spot I visited a little bit ago.
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NIGHT OUT WITH ROBBINS BROTHERS FOR A GOOD CAUSE

night out

Okay babes. Before I begin reliving my experience during my night out at my very first blogger event, I want to touch on something very near and dear to my heart.

On Friday night, the state of Texas was hit with a Category 4 Hurricane, also known as Hurricane Harvey. In its wake it left many families in the city of Houston displaced from their homes, losing those they loved to the weather, and in an overall state of fear. Though thankfully I was unaffected by the hurricane/storm, many of my fellow Houstonians weren’t so lucky. As I do my part to begin the process of rebuilding my city and providing what I can for those in need, I urge my readers to do the same. No donation is too small or not sufficient enough. Every thing counts and will go a long way towards providing for families and individuals who have lost most or everything.

If you’d like to make a donation, please visit this website: https://ghcf.org/hurricane-relief/

With your help, better days are ahead for the city of Houston; a place I call home and love so dearly.

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