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Remind Yourself Who You Are

As a woman, I must admit that I struggle with insecurities and do not always feel the best about myself. I especially dealt with this when I was a preteen. It was such an awkward time. I think most can probably relate to that. I hated that I grew so fast and was taller than most of the other girls and even the boys at school. I hated that I was shy and never confident in myself. Even now as an adult, sometimes those insecurities I dealt with when I…

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Tiny House Living with Farrah Albertie

Farrah Albertie-Photo credit: Berlanda Valliere http://IG @beecaptured and beecapturedphotography.com In recent years, tiny homes have gained popularity in the housing market. According to Rubyhome.com, there are about ten thousand tiny homes in the U.S. with an average price of $52,000 and average size of 225 square feet. With the number of purchases increasing, black women are joining the movement and becoming tiny home owners. Farrah Albertie shares her experience and some great tips if you are interested in your own tiny home. What made you decide to purchase a tiny…

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