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The Weekend Recap # 10

I finally made it to double digits! The Weekend Recap #10! This is for all of you that have been too busy over the week and want to get a couple of moments to catch up with what I’ve been doing here.

This week’s posts:

Summary: This week ended up with the theme of Womanhood and the complex issues related to it. I started off the week spontaneously with the Bible’s perspective on who takes priority. Followed up to my cautious enjoyment of the Wonder Woman movie. Next, I touched on Feminism and how I don’t align with it because allyhood has become a weapon against the people they are working with. I showed love to Mother’s out there in honor of Beyoncé’s pregnancy and the taking back of its beauty. Thursday, I did a reader’s choice on the male perspective on women’s hair. Friday, I took some time off to reflect on the injustice of Philando Castile’s death and the losses of the Charleston Nine. Saturday, I finished off the week with a detailed review of SZA’s CTRL album and the depiction of young Black womanhood.

Favorite Post of the Week: This week is almost impossible for me to choose just one. The Men or Women priority post is really important to me because it is often neglected to be taught in church. It changed my view on a lot of things.

Personal Lesson: It’s challenging being a woman but I appreciate all of the wonders they behold. I want to love and support them without making it focus on my needs. A journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step.

Blog Updates: I am working out something to bring a graphic designer on board that should be set up soon. I am also looking into creating merchandise. I look forward to your support.

Personal Update: Project Uplift has come to a close and next I have the five-week program. Also, this weekend I am going to a Christian Conference in Florida. I’m so excited!!!

Next Week(Tentative):  Politics Week: Happy Father’s Day, American Justice and Religion, Being an American Citizen, Female Politicians, Advocating and Self-Care, Invisible Freedom by Malik Turner


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