Reaching Out

This week I am focused on reaching out. Meaning reaching out to places that I would want to work with, partner/collaborate with or just reaching out to other amazing beings. I feel that it’s importance that we reach out to other beings because we never know what could happen. We never know if – that […]

Less Money = More Problems

As mentioned earlier this week for #DidyouknowMondays — there are a quarter of Americans or more that live paycheck to paycheck. 43% households have $1k or less in savings 60% don’t pay their credit card balances each month With this being said, I feel that the less money you have the more problems you face. […]

Ever Had A Concussion?

Have you ever bumped your head extremely hard? For example, like me when I jumped off the top of my bunk bed before church; thinking I was a superhero lol. (STIL AM πŸ•ΊπŸΏ) A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury, or TBI, caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head, or […]

2 Types of Body Fat

Body Fat AKA adipose tissue is essentially tissue whose energy purpose is to store energy DID YOU KNOW: there are 2 types of body fat Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT): Generates body heat and is found in newborn human babies and also in hibernating mammal, who uses it to keep them warm. (there is a small […]

THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT/LOVE

Thanks to everyone who has seen, liked, or commented on my blogs. I appreciate all the love and support. I don’t do this for myself. I do this blog to give back to others. I Made This Blog: Inform people about Nutrition Inform people about Fitness Inform people about Holistic Health Inform people about the […]

Go Your Own Way

Everyone in this world has been brought here because they have a special skill, trade or ability. We just have to figure it out. That’s why it’s important to GO YOUR OWN WAY. Because if you’re copy someone else than you won’t be YOU. You will be a copy and not an original. You can […]

Institutional Oppression

Albeism People with disabilites have higher rates of unemployment, poverty, and homelessness The deinstiutionalization of the mental health system in the 80s has led to the incarceration of people with experiences labeled as mental illness Capitalism Studies have found that wealthy districts have three times as many supermarkets as poor ones do, and that urban […]