Joining Forces with World Supermoms: Embrace the Superhero in you

I am so excited to announce that I am collaborating with World Supermoms! With so many expectations on women and mothers, it can be difficult to be a woman! However, there is no such thing as the ideal woman or mother. World Supermoms is a nonprofit organization that uses their platform to help each mother and woman in general embrace what makes her special and unique. Recently, Supermoms reached out to me to republish one of my blog posts! That blog post is Imperfectly Perfect: My life with Turner Syndrome. This is perfect timing, since February happens to be Turner Syndrome Awareness Month! I am very proud of that post, and I am so honored that World Moms enjoyed it enough to republish it! If you haven’t taken a look at that post yet, visit World Supermoms to give it a look! Click here to read the post! Thank for this opportunity World Supermoms, and thankyou to my readers for visiting! Until next time! 

– Charli

Sorry for Disappearing!

Hi everyone! I’m sorry it’s been a while since I’ve published a post! Things have gotten a bit hectic lately! I haven’t even been able to to interact with my blogging friends on social media lately! I really miss them! For those who have been following my blogging journey, I won’t be away for long! I’ll be back with more inspiration to share once things settle down a little again, so don’t go anywhere! Thanks for all the support and love!

With love,

  • Charli

Guest Post: “My Hair Journey: How I Fell In Love With My Hair”

Hello everyone! I’m so excited to be collaborating with Faiza Zafar from The iExpress Blog! We are collaborating by writing a guest post for each other’s blog, and my post went live on Faiza’s blog only moments ago! One little piece of information about me that I’ve never mentioned on my blog is that I’m a Black American. Black women have a unique and complicated relationship with our hair. My guest post is about my relationship with my hair. The real focus of this post, however, is a celebration of diversity. The world would be quite a dull place if we all looked the same, wouldn’t you agree? The post is titled “My Hair Journey: How I Fell In Love With My Hair”. Click here to read the post! While you’re visiting Faiza’s blog, take a look at other posts on her wonderful blog too! Her blog gives excellent tips and information on various topics. These topics include, but are not limited to, parenting, business, blogging, travel, and fashion. She also shares her thoughts and information on different social issues. Be sure to check out The iExpress Blog! Thankyou so much for visiting my blog, and for your support! Until next time!

With love,

Charli