So over the weekend I had an encounter that was def blog worthy & it goes to show you that you should be careful what you wish for because at the wrong moment it’ll appear. SOOOOOO for the past month or so a guy I briefly dated kept sliding in my dms asking “Am I ever going to see you again?” …Now a little history on this person he pretty much ghosted me after a few weeks and blamed it on depression so riddle me why I would want to see him? Anyway…I told him that we didn’t frequent the same places therefore we probably would never. that didn’t stop him from keep hitting me up, video calling me from IG and so fourth. I ignored it because one I am in a relationship & two Boy FUCK YOU.
I’m a product junky and I am not afraid to admit it! May it be flashy advertising, amazing packaging (because cool packaging matters) or the overall name of the product it’s very easy to catch my attention & make me want to try something. That’s what happened with this product I am reviewing today. This brand caught my attention first with the name Fat and the Moon, such an odd name for a product line I thought while scrolling through their Instagram feed in awe of the black labeled products my first time earlier this year. I came across this brand by one of my all time favorite accounts (K6Mil) posting about them, if she uses it than they’re for me toois what came to mind while investigating the brand further. I’m still unsure where Rachel Budde, creator of Fat and the Moon came up with the name but if you’re reading this I just want to say I love it anyway.
Being an African American woman shaving can be super effing annoying. From the time I started shaving I’ve always suffered from razor bumps and scars…The horror! I used to be super self conscious about my bikini line because I just KNEW nobody else had this problem…WRONG! So many women and men alike suffer from razor bump no matter what area they’re shaving. WTF are razor bumps even? According to Gillette Venus Razor bumps are ingrown hairs caused by cut hair strands that curl back into the skin and grow under the surface, causing red or skin-colored, pimple-like bumps. Why do we even get them? It could be from shaving with a dull razor, shaving against the grain that your hair grows, dryness, skin sensitivity, the list goes on.
It’s been a very long year and some change…But I’m back..I’m better, I’m more knowledgeable, & yeah…it’s lit!
I stopped Diary of a Serial Dater when I decided not to date…I literally took a year hiatus to get back to ME. I wasn’t happy with my day job, I wasn’t happy with my choices in the dating world, overall I was absolutely MISERABLE & genuinely all over the place…I didn’t want you guys to accompany me on that journey.
My theory on this all was…If I’m not dating, can I really call myself a Serial Dater? So yeah! If you noticed I did change my name from Diary of a Serial Dater to The Diary, it just makes sense for my current lifestyle. I’m no longer a serial dater…But yassssss to those who are you know I’m rooting for you from the side lines & drop those stories in my dm’s
The Diary will still consist of pure foolery & things everyday women go and grow through. We are still going to cackle and talk our ish via Ig. So with that said drop some topics in the comment section & let me know what you want to talk about!