Voluntary Insurance is Worth Having Before You Need It

Back in March 2004, my husband and I had been married for less than a year. We were still figuring out how to do the married thing and how to live with each other when the unthinkable happened: He was in a near-fatal car accident. He was riding in the backseat of a friend’s car… Continue reading Voluntary Insurance is Worth Having Before You Need It

Hairfinity Vitamins are Made for Growth

When I decided to grow out my natural hair way back in 2009, the decision was based upon one factor: My desire to rid my life of as many toxic chemicals as possible. I never really thought about what my texture would look like, how I would style it, or even how long it would… Continue reading Hairfinity Vitamins are Made for Growth

More than One Way to Be Sustainable with Unilever

I’ve been writing about green living and sustainability for so long that it’s almost second nature now. The conscious actions that my family and I have adopted during the last 5 years or so have become family habits that now feel effortless. I realize, however, that not every family or every company is there yet.… Continue reading More than One Way to Be Sustainable with Unilever

My #Cinchspiration Begins…

I do not want to write this post. Because writing this means admitting how bad things have gotten. It means accepting the consequence of years of failing to take care of myself. And I definitely don’t want to admit that to myself, nor do I want to admit it to the entire Internet. But alas,… Continue reading My #Cinchspiration Begins…