A Little Lip Service in Atlanta

Hey hey! Angela Yee, 1/3 of the Breakfast Club, had a live show of her podcast “Lip Service” in Atlanta last Wednesday night. It was at the Buckhead Theatre. I had never actually heard Lip Service but I was excited to experience a live Podcast. The crowd was relatively small but it was still cool….

AFROPUNK Atlanta 2019

AFROPUNK Atlanta 2019. Yowza. I’m not even exaggerating when I say that this was by far the best AFROPUNK I’ve ever been too. Atlanta clowned. The people were BEAUTIFUL. Everyone. Not just some folks, but all. Vibes everywhere. I’m honestly still on cloud 9. I’m so in awe of how AFROPUNK leveled alllllll the way…

Around Atlanta: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Fox

Ronald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was playing at the Fox Theatre. So the fam and I (minus little Josephine) went to see it. Yep, we took Langston on a mommy/daddy date, which never happens, and I’m happy we did. Even before we went, I was excited for Langston to be introduced to the…

Travel: Sweet Times in Savannah.

I visited Savannah, Georgia for the first time last weekend and fell in love. The big Oak trees with Spanish Moss draping the branches are so beautiful. Savannah has the feel of an old soul. Such a charming place. The great thing about living in the South is a quick road trip can get you…

July 12th: A Cancer Woman.

Shawty had a birthday this summer 👏🏽 Shout out to all the wonderful Cancer’s out there. Enjoying good food and emoting like nobody’s business 😊. I love us. I used to live by Grant Park but I never made it over to Agave, so I went there for my birthday dinner. Margarita please. Earlier that…

Kid’s Birthday Parties

I swear my kids have more of a social life than I do at times. Kid’s birthday parties stay in rotation around here. And at this age, indoor play places reign supreme. It’s a shoeless frenzy. My weekend activities usually include something for the grown ups and something for the babies. I’ll facilitate the fun.

It’s National School Counseling Week

It’s National School Counseling Week…celebrating all of the wonderful things that school counselors do. Shout out to all of my fellow school counselors. You guys really are amazing. I have been lucky enough to train under a lot of wonderful school counselors at this point and I’m excited to graduate in May and make this…

Planning the New Year.

Happy New Year friends. I’m getting settled into this energy of 2019 and preparing myself for great things. It’s really all about that preparation. I’m the kind of person that really enjoys having a planner. Making little lists and checking things off….oh baby. So my planner for 2019 is the Simple Elephant. I’ve never used…

5 Tips if You’re Going to Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirrors”

Infinity Mirrors aka “dot on dots on dots” When I heard Yayoi Kusama was exhibiting work at the High Museum here in Atlanta, I was geeked. I bought tickets for Friday night, figuring it would be a cute date night. I was totally right (as usual/always.) I’m an artist and I really enjoy seeing other…

You Got This: Advocating for a Sick Child.

If you would have told me that I’d be staying in the hospital this here holiday season because my 6 month old daughter was sick, I’d say you were crazy. But that’s exactly what happened last Monday. A visit to urgent care quickly turned into an ambulance ride to CHOA (Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.) Josephine…