Who Cares? Do you find yourself envying all the public display of affection
going on at the malls, schools, and movies? Well you shouldn’t! It’s is 2012
Dolls and if your single, it is time for you to celebrate your INDEPENDENCY.
Whether you got out of a bad relationship, single for the first time in a while,
or can’t find someone that loves you for the beautiful person you are—It’s time
for you to stand up, stop eating that Ben & Jerries and take the time to
Love Yourself. Here are a few things to do this Valentines Day:
Spend alittle LOT money on yourself. You worked hard, so
you deserve it; Go to the spa and get your hair, claws, toes done. Maybe even a
facial and a massage will do the trick. Another nice place close to a women’s
heart is the Mall. You know that designer purse or sexy heels you’ve been
eyeing? It’s your day splurge. Whatever makes you feel like the pretty princess
you are; GO FOR IT!
Try something new. Take a Yoga class, go sky diving, take a trip. There is
so many possibilities; open yourself to getting out there and exploring this
big, beautiful world.
Spend time with someone you Love. Whether it is a widowed grandparent,
family member, friend, or sibling. Celebrate the important people in your life;
the people that were there for you when you were down and supported you. It is
the perfect opportunity to send them a card or bring them a box of chocolates
and show them how much they are appreciated.
Take to time to remember why you’re not in a relationship. Grass isn’t
always greener on the other side, Doll, and It’s is better not to be in a
relationship, rather than in a bad relationship. There are infinite reasons why
a relationship is not in your cards right now, but by taking the time to think
about what those reasons are you might find that at this point in your life it
might be for the best.
I challenge you to use some of these tips this Valentines Day and see what kind of results you get—Don’t be too shy to post a comment! Have a Blessed Valentines Day!
Emerging director Barry Jenkins directed a short film on interracial dating. In this video it lets one view the aspects of how interracial dating truly is. You get to see the negativity, like sneers towards the validity of their relationship. But you also get to see how to the eye they may seem totally different, but in fact have alot of common traits about them. Beautifully directed.
He recently entered this piece in Bloomingdales contest; I hope he wins!
A Love piece that was suprisingly done as a school project; It went viral in a matter of days! I wish my school projects were this dope. This goes to show our generation shouldn’t be underestimated. We are the change.
There are moments in life when we feel a connection so deep words can hardly describe it. But how do we know that it’s real? This is the story of a boy who meets a girl and falls in love.