Insecurity is something I’d like to say we all deal with. If you disagree, I’m calling you on your lie. Recently, I’ve been feeling increasingly insecure. It could be the new job. Since starting five months ago every now and then I feel when I take one step forward, gaining my footing, I take two steps back. Kind of like a humbling tango. Or, this decline in confidence could also be due to my upcoming wedding and the panic I endure every few weeks about the fact that someone has chosen ME to be with them for the rest of their life. I’ll lay in bed thinking “Me? Is he sure he wants to be with this forever?” or “It’s only a matter of time before my flaws start wearing at him and he’s sick of me.” I beat myself up for even thinking these self-doubts. Then, I beat myself up even more for being insecure, especially when I scroll through my Instagram timeline and see other women living their best life via swimsuit photos …
So I’m engaged. *cue balloons, streamers, and questions about when we’re having babies.*
It’s that time of year again.
The quarter-life crisis. It looks like binge-watching Love & Hip-Hop while reevaluating your decision to go to college as you sip sparkling wine because you’re not on champagne level yet.
The world has very little information about R&B singer H.E.R., but I already know she’s my soul sister.
As a former dater, I’ve had several conversations with friends discussing how difficult dating is now. Sure, it was only a few years ago when I too was scouting for a future boyfriend, however, a lot has changed in that short period of time.
When you’ve found true love, be warned because there’s no turning back. You can fight it, but you’ll be back. You can’t mess with destiny.
Kat and Lezita are taking the phrase “Treat Yo Self” to a whole new level. The two founders of unapologeticallysingle.com are tapping into the gift box craze and encouraging self love along the way.
Rejection is by far one of the worst feelings out there. You apply for your dream job, do your research, network with current employees, and nail the interview. But when you go to open your email, instead of a congratulations email you receive a “we regret to inform you…” message. Cue the rain clouds, gut wrenching, and Mary J. Blige.