Question Of The Day

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Sea moss, or Irish Moss, is another sea vegetable that grows on rocks close to shore. Popular for its beneficial properties, it’s been used throughout the world. It features 92 essential minerals, including selenium, calcium, potassium and magnesium. It’s also abundant in Vitamins D, F, A, E and K.

Sea moss helps relieve and prevents symptoms of colds and flu – how perfect for the cold and flu season, but also year-round immunity. Irish moss is a source of potassium chloride, a nutrient which helps with (inflammation and phlegm in the mucous membranes), which cause congestion. It contains compounds that act as a natural antimicrobial and antiviral agents, helping to boost immunity and get rid of any infections. 

Hello, natural cough syrup!

Cold, flu-like, and other coughy-mucousy conditions the moss helps with include:

Sore throat




Chesty coughs

Smoothies are extra healthy and yummy way to take seamoss.

Typical recipes are the same the only difference is you adding 1 to 2 tbsp of seamoss.

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Powder/ Capsules are a tasteless option and are taken every morning once or up to three times a day.

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Seamoss and Hair are a match made in heaven. Seamoss can be used to detoxify the scalp, aid with hair management and is excellent for beard growth.

The best way to use sea moss for your hair is by using a gel. You can use the sea moss gel as a leave-in conditioner and wash it off after 30 minutes. You can also enjoy it as an overnight hair mask. ( Always do a tester with a small patch of hair )

Tea aids in a quick digestion and can be used as a mild laxative

One part gel to four parts filtered hot water, simmer the mixture up to 30 minutes

Add on’s Include: Coconut cream, Honey, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Ginger, and other herbal teas


Sea moss, often called “vegan gelatin”, has a mucilaginous and gel-like consistency, thus can be used to thicken foods. It’s perfect for thickening soups, stews, drinks, ice cream, and more.  


Question Of The Day

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What is herb Freezing and preservation?

Freezing herbs is fast, easy and retains much of the taste, smell and nutrients found in fresh herbs. Frozen herbs will retain much of the flavor of fresh-picked herbs for use long after the growing season has ended.

Many herbs can be simply frozen on the stem and stored in an airtight container. Left on the stem, hardier herbs like rosemary, dill, thyme, bay or sage can be spread in a single layer on a baking sheet or plate and placed in the freezer. Once frozen, transfer into any airtight container for freezer storage without clumping. To use, simply remove herbs a sprig at a time. Some herbs, like chives, can be chopped and frozen bare with little loss of flavor.

How To:

Trim the Top Section of Leaves

When your herb plant is at the peak of its growing season right before flowering trim the top section of leaves off of each stalk. Leave at least 2/3 of the plant intact.

Spread the Leaves on a Cookie sheet or Freezer Ice Cube Tray

Make sure the leaves are situated as flat as possible with space between each one. Overlapping leaves will form a hard-to-manage brick when frozen.

Freeze The Herbs

Cover the tray with wax paper (preferred) or plastic wrap and freeze for at least two hours or overnight.

Remove the Leaves From the Sheet, then Return to the Freezer in Storage Bags

When the leaves are frozen solid, remove them from the tray, place them into zippered food storage bags, and return them to the freezer. Don’t forget to label the bag)

If freezing in ice cube tray the same process is used expect for a few steps. After trimming the herb run under cool water and sake off any excess moisture. (Remove all water before freezing). Don’t forget to pluck the leaves off each stalk. You can freeze the leaves whole, but chopping and measuring may be easier when cooking. ( 1tbsp per cube is a good start)

Happy 1 Year!

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One year ago, Today I decided to do the one thing that I never imagined would be my reality. I walked away from my marriage, packed up my life and moved 3,518 miles away to Texas. I set out on this journey to find someone who I had lost along the way (that someone was me). For the past 27 years of my life, I remember always being the caregiver friend, granddaughter, daughter, cousin and of course wife. I had dedicated every fiber of what I had into making sure that everyone else was okay, and had everything they needed, sometimes even crossing my own boundaries, I didn’t know I needed. (And yes, having boundaries with your family is something you need to do)

Learning what my boundaries were and having the confidence to honor them each day saved my life. Moving away and taking a year to myself saved my life. Finding out who I am and what I want out of life saved my life. Choosing my sanity and my happiness saved my life…

Choosing myself saved my life!

Now of course I know that everyone can’t just pick up and move so below are a few things that I’ve been reflecting on that I hope helps you on your journey.

Also check out these two-blog post I wrote on divorce 👇🏾

  • I’ve let love in (literally) it may be hard at first, but love is all around you. I moved here knowing less than 5 people and I’m leaving now with another family.
  • I’ve learned from my mistakes. I think I was still a good wife but there are many things I could have done differently. (No, it wasn’t all his fault) I am working at being a better partner now. I appreciate the things that truly matter and have learned that the little things count.
  • I’ve accepted that “shit happens” I didn’t fail at anything, and I did nothing wrong by choosing my own happiness.
  • I’ve accepted the “true colors”. Of not just my ex-husband but some family & friends as well. Accepting the fact that some people will never change is a big step. LET IT GO & LET THEM GO!!!
  • I’ve learned what I want and need in a relationship. I feel like a lot of men and women ignore red flags because we believe that the person will change but I think it’s important to remember that someone will change only when they want to. If you communicate with someone your boundaries and what you won’t accept, and they still choose to ignore it then that needs to be talked about!
  • I’ve learned that therapy works. Yes, it is very expensive but sometimes we need to invest in ourselves. It has given me an open door I thought I didn’t need. For more info on therapy check out and for black women check  out
  • I’ve chosen to forgive myself and my ex-husband. Forgiveness is hard as hell. Like pulling teeth hard but remember “To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you. -Lewis B. Smedes” & “Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die -Buddha”
  • I’ve lived alone. Moving away from home was for me to learn how to take care of myself and become comfy with being alone. I’ve never had my own space previously and I found it’s literally my favorite. (Saving up for my house now lol)
  • I’ve been journaling. Not every day but writing out my feelings has helped. Because let’s face it sometimes sharing your feelings with others isn’t what you want to do. So, journal it write out all out every cuss word, every emotion, every bit of whatever it is you have inside and if after you still feel bleh BURN IT. Burn the journal entry (safely of course)
  • I’ve been doing the work. From shadow work, inner child healing, and self-love healing. To learn more about shadow work check out

Inner child healing:

One year down with so many to go! I’m back in the dating world still choosing myself and looking good while doing it. If you are going through a bad break up or divorce, remember you are not alone. You got this! If you woke up this morning and got out of bed, I’m proud you! If you ever need someone to talk to shoot me an email.


Be blessed. Be healed. Be loved.

30 Days of Juices and Smoothies: Golden Tea For Cramps

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Hey everyone, and welcome back to 30 days of Juice & Smoothies. If you are new here, we will be posting juice and smoothie recipes along with tips, tricks, and more for the next 19 days. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow, so you don’t miss a thing. Welcome to day 11!  Breaking the rules today, I know this recipe isn’t a juice or smoothie! A common question I get is asked a lot is how can I get control of my cramps. From heating pads, over the counter medicine, and THC ( legally, of course), it’s nice to have a quick and yummy tea with ingredients I am sure you already have in your fridge.

Don’t forget to get your copy of Period Talk for more recipes and much more.!/Period-Talk/p/238578463/category=0

Golden Tea:


  • 1 cup of dairy-free milk;
  • 1/2 tsp of turmeric;
  • 1 tsp of cinnamon;
  • 1/4 tsp of ginger,
  • Pinch of black pepper

Any sweetener will work, I would say agave, but it’s up to you. 

Heat milk until hot, stir in everything, let it simmer but not boil. Drink as often as needed. 

These measurements are based on what works for me; please feel free to add more ginger or turmeric but be careful because too much can cause stomach cramps. Also, be aware that turmeric stains easy. 

30 Days of Juice and Smoothies

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Day 3: Vanilla overnight oats

& Day 4: Pumpkin Spice

& Day 5: Berry Flat Belly Smoothie

Hey everyone, and welcome back to 30 days of Juice & Smoothies. I missed a few days, but I am back and ready to party. For the next 25 days, I will be posting juice and smoothie recipes along with tips, tricks, and more. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow, so you don’t miss a thing. 

Also, don’t forget to check our first two days for tips on juicing.

 Please remember that I am not a doctor, just a humble juicer trying to heal the world before trying any recipes; if you have any concerns consult with your doctor first. 

Day 3: September 26, 2020 (Vanilla overnight oats)

Tips for overnight oats:

  • Prep ingredients the night before. They are super easy to put together. You want the oats to soak up all the goodness.
  • Eat it hot or cold. It’s an on the go breakfast that is yummy either way. 
  • Add toppings like berries, hemp seeds, oranges, pumpkin seeds, raisins, bananas, or anything else you might like.
  • To eat, take a spoon and stir.


  1.  1/2 cup old fashioned rolled oats
  2.  1/3 cup plain greek yogurt
  3.  1/2 cup of milk ( any kind)
  4.  1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  5.  1 tbsp maple syrup 
  6.  pinch of salt

Day 4: September 27, 2020 ( Pumpkin Spice)

With the leaves changing, it’s time to spice things up. ( Lol ) get it? 


  1.  1/2 cup of vanilla yogurt, not plain
  2.  2 oz frozen pumpkin puree
  3.  1/2 frozen banana
  4. 1-2 tbsp maple syrup 
  5.  1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice ( recipe below)
  6. 1 tsp of cinnamon 

Pumpkin Spice:

4 tbsp of ground cinnamon

4 tsp ground nutmeg

4 tsp ground ginger 

3 tsp ground allspice 

You can pre-freeze the pumpkin pie puree into an ice tray and use it from there. Depending on the size of the can, it may fill more than one tray. Combine everything, then garnish with a cinnamon stick.

Day 5: September 28, 2020 ( Berry Flat Belly Smoothie)

This yummy high antioxidant smoothie is perfect for any hot day. Be sure to drink lots of water anytime you do any kind of detox. 


  1. 1 1/4 cup of chopped kale 
  2. 1 cup of frozen pineapple chunks
  3. 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
  4. 1 tbsp of flaxseed
  5. 1 1/4 cup of unsweetened almond milk
  6. 10 raspberries 

If the smoothie is thicker than you like, just add more milk. Add 1 tsp of maple syrup or agave if you need something sweeter. 

Check back tomorrow for Day 6.