💕🌙💕 - I didn’t grow up watching sailor moon but I had friends who did & introduced me to the universe in my adult years ~ I loved Dark lady, & Sailor Pluto best ✊🏾💕 but who knows when that cosplay will happen. In the meantime show me your #enamelpins ! How do you style your pins or maintain your collection? I recently did a crafting workshop with @dckawaiistyle where we created pin boards that matched our #kawaiiaesthetic it was lots of fun! Plus @culture_coffee_too is one of my favorite spots to be at. 💕📸💕~ I’ve been crafting a lot lately
Heart Ita bag ~ @danilambdesigns
Sailor guardian pins ~ @dearkisaragi
The Autobiography of Malcolm X
I’m really excited that @potatoheckyes surprised me with one of my wishlist reads 💕✊🏾💕I’m so happy because gifting knowledge is a gift that keeps giving. Supporting readers & writers can look like this~ 📮What’s a black author you recommend? #jadedisland #pinkaesthetic #readingnook #readingaddict #lifestyleblogger
Leo Insight: Chaos of Longing
The poetic craft really put a spell on me. I felt the longing and the grief as one experience. Their words speak to a time in my life that was focused on emotionally absent dating and experimentation. I would recommend this book for people who are helping from sexual experiences, for college age readers, and for those who cannot put to words how they relate to another’s human being in intimacy. It’s a fresh read for sexual and intimate experiences that aren’t always positive. Take this book home with you and let it wrap you in longing and understanding of intimacy.
“This colorful 90-day project journal is perfect for giving yourself permission and setting your course to balance present day projects and building your dreams ~ Perfect for the kawaii lover, otaku, dream chaser, artist + creative, brand builder, and creative entrepreneur - give YUME a try! ^.^ “ - IPUKEKAWAII
“Sardonic, sometimes lewd and filled with obscenities, #relatable is the writing debut of American author Marquita Norwood. This book is a brief collection of witticisms and observations that can connect to the cheeky cynic in all of us. Marquita explores dating, sex, mental illness and many aspects of day-to-day living with her unique, comedic voice. Finding humor in life and the things we despise, often makes it that much richer. “
My Review: I had one of the worst weeks of my life but this book, this anthology of prose and wisdom brought me back up and I am so grateful I had the chance to read it. It's certainly relatable and I'm floored at how many screenshots I added to my snap chat cause little quirks in her writing made me laugh and chuckle. It's a great light read and it's easy to return to whatever passage you need to get through a rough millennial day.