Rankin-Naasel chronicles her decision to breastfeed longer than accepted in society, and is now discussing the difficult weaning process.
We don’t often read or see realistic images of motherhood. Ashleigh Not Ashley There’s a plethora of blogs that examine popular culture and social issues through racialized and gendered lenses.
After the 4th time I finally smartened up and focused on moving on.
I’ve now been dating a really great guy for over 2.5 years. Which brings us to the results of the survey I did last week.
Most importantly, Ashleigh Not Ashley is engaging – and highly addictive.
Twenties Unscripted The twenties are a difficult decade to navigate.
There are hundreds of blogs created by and for black women, but some of the best are left unread.
Here, Clutch highlights five black women-centered blogs that should be bookmarked and read.
She began the blog after tiring from reading “Top 10 Things To Do In Your Twenties” lists.
“I decided to document my journey through the thorny world of twenty-hood, confident in my complete ignorance and irreverence–the ingredients for successful writing, no? Twenties Unscripted tackles everything from dating woes to student loans and all of the chaos in-between.