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It’s alarming how many people are still uncomfortable with or simply don’t understand the concept of a man choosing to raise his kids at home over going to work. Hear this man’s experience as well as ours!
Meet Nella Rae, her hubby, and two sons and join them on their vlogging journey!
I like to believe that most of our interactions with money are mental or emotional. We spend because we’re happy (let’s celebrate over dinner), we spend because we’re sad (retail therapy at the mall), we spend because we can (I deserve nice things), or we spend because we can’t (it’s not often that I come across extra money). The reasons are countless, but more than likely, the reasons are attached to an emotional benefit.
In April of 2016, I found out I was pregnant with my second child (a boy for the second time). I wasn’t too shocked as my husband and I had decided to leave the fate in the hands of God and just baby dance until something happened. It didn’t take long. After about two weeks of baby dancing, we conceived.
This easy-to-make recipe is great for a busy weekday or a chill Saturday morning. Here’s what you’ll need:
Shredded cheddar (mild)
Fresh spinach (1 cup)
Fresh tomatoes (1/2 cup, diced)
A hairstyle shouldn’t just be a cute hairstyle. It should benefit your hair in some way or another.
There are several red flags we should look for in every style to make sure we keep our hair healthy, moisturized and breakage-free. Here are the top three!
From the parking street, you’d miss it. From the parking lot, you’d underestimate it. But the moment you walk down the stairs to their entrance and see a host of people dining and basking in the ambiance of their cozy patio, you will immediately know that you’ve made an awesome choice.
Going natural is a big decision. Though it may be a tough decision, the process is actually easy. It’s really just growing out your chemically-straightened hair.
In fact, we do it all the time when we’re in between perms. The only difference is, instead of getting a touch-up in six weeks, well, you won’t. You’ll just keep letting your hair grow. What is complex, however, is the maintenance of two textures and the