Our next conversation is with Jacqueline Jacqueline Tell me about your child hood memories of your hair experience I first became aware of my hair at the age of 7 when I started an English Primary School. We had been posted home as my Dad was in the army. He left about this time as the marriage failed and Mum who was white became a single parent. At School I had one Black friend. She left after the first term, my reference point after that, was little girls with straight
I wanted to get some insight into how a circle of women in my group , felt about their hair. I do believe the way we view our hair as women, does have an impact on how our girls perceptions of their natural hair. Cherish Me will be having conversations about who we are and will start from head to toe. The next few posts will be looking at our hair. The aim of my conversation is for women to tell their hair story as My hope is that their story will inspire our girls to love t
Are you constantly withdrawing from yourself but never depositing in yourself? I keep a gratitude journal which helps me to focus on the positive things in my life. Practice gratitude every time you want to critictise yourself. Grab a journal and write one positive thought about what you have achieved that day. Replace negative self-talk with gratitude, write about what you appreciate about yourself , your family and business. Take time for restoration: sit by some still wate
Growing through our circumstances ~ Grateful for where we are♥
There is always beauty to be found in the most unlikely places. Have you noticed those weeds in your garden the ones that get overlooked. They are resilient, they come back every year. Yet if you take a closer look, they are beautiful .
Your view of any situation is based on how you see life! If you do not see the potential for development then you miss the opportunity to "grow". Nature never stops teaching us t