• Natural Hair

    How my Natural Filipina Hair became my mark of Personal Identity- Featuring Rev. Rebecca

    Happy March. Thank you for joining me for this tuesday’s “My Natural Hair, Loved” feature. My natural hair loved is a weekly blog series here on faithnturtles that gives bloggers and natural hair enthusiasts a chance to share their natural hair story. It is my hope that through this series someone will be inspired to make the transition to natural hair, understanding that there is so much more to gain than lose. Today, we are being joined by Rev. Rebbeca. I am so honored to feature her today as she is a great writer and advocate. Rev. Rebecca has been such an inspiration to me and today she will inspire…

  • Natural Hair

    Love your Natural Hair (featuring Jessica Lyles and Nzinga-Ain)

    My Natural hair, Loved. Hey all, I feel blessed and proud each time I prepare the entries for this series. ‘My natural hair, loved’ is a weekly blog series posted each Tuesday. The aim of this series is to showcase the beauty of natural hair as well as the self-love and confidence that is achieved from it. Your natural hair is much more than a style. Your natural hair should be loved. Today we are being joined by two fellow mental health bloggers and they have interesting stories to share. Do Enjoy. The writers used the following Questions as a guide: What is the state of your natural hair? When…

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    Aromatherapy Essential Oils Necklace Review

    Essential oils provide therapy to many who use them. Over the years, Essential Oils have been seen as a self-help practice for many people. As a means of making these items more accessible, many companies have started making Aromatherapy (Essential Oils) Necklaces. These items are essential oils diffusing pendants. Today, I will be reviewing the Anjou Essential Oil Necklace Gift Set. Bible Motivation: “Now Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” Hebrews 11:1 Aromatherapy Essential Oils Necklace (Diffuser pendant) Review Aromatherapy has been a main part of therapy that provides a calming effect to the user for a number of years. With essential…

  • Natural Hair

    My Natural Hair Represents Who I am and Where I am From. Featuring Carny's Chronicles

    Have you been loving this series so far? I have. I love these beautiful stories that I have been receiving. Today my blog is being blessed from all the way in Kenya. That’s right the lovely Carelle from Carny’s Chronicles is joining us to share her Natural Hair Story. Do Enjoy. The Following was written by Carelle in response to the titled questions. Tell us about Your Blog and/or a Random thing.  My name is Carrelle Niyigena Burundian, a blogger currently based in Kenya. I blog about everything but mostly on health, fitness, hair, finance tips…A random thing about is I am polyglot, and I love everything chocolate, just in…

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    Is Ebates still worth it in 2019?

    Life is all about learning. I have always been a person who caught on to things late. One such thing is Ebates. I just found out about Ebates maybe a month ago. I cannot believe that I have been missing out on cash back for such a long time. I don’t want you to miss out which is why I am doing this Ebates Review. From now on, I will be starting all of my purchases through Ebates unless I want to support a fellow blogger by using their affiliate link. What is Ebates? Ebates Review  Ebates is a cashback website that allows shoppers to get back rewards from the…

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    3 Classics to Watch that showcase Non-Traditional Powerful Women

    February is love month. Let’s show some love to strong women who have paved the way for women within the film industry. Did you celebrate Valentine’s? Well regardless of your beliefs and current relationship status, good movies always come in handy. Here are 3 Classic Movies that you should watch Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) is one of my favorite movies. It’s set in 1920’s America and it describes the love life of Janie Starks played by the great Halle Berry. Janie is a young African-American woman who is cheerful and free-spirited. She has her own ideas about life and love and she…

  • Natural Hair

    Here is why you should Go Natural + Tips. Featuring Meko and Anne

    Hello. Thank you for joining on the second entry in the My Natural Hair, Loved Series. Today we are being joined by two lovely ladies, Meko from JussMeko on Youtube and Anne from Emah Purple Writer. I am So thankful to be featuring these two ladies and I hope you enjoy their natural Hair story as Much as I did. Featuring Juss Meko – The answers to the questions are as follows… What is the state of your hair currently? I have type 4, short to medium length natural hair. When did you go natural and why? I’ve been natural since 2011. I chose to go natural because I was…

  • Faithful Living,  mental health

    What do you want to be When You Grow Up? Career Talk

    What do you want to be when you grow up? This question is probably the most asked question in the world, for kids at least. I use to get asked this question all the time and as a child, my answer was always ‘a lawyer’. As an adult, the question is still asked for some reason even though you as well as myself probably think ‘eh well I’m grown up’ but do you know the answer? Truth is I don’t. I am in graduate school and I do not know what career path I would like to take. I am almost at the end of my degree and this question…

  • Natural Hair

    The Development of Locs as a hairstyle and What it Really Represents. Featuring The Pineapple Loc'd Goddess

    My Natural Hair, Loved Happy Black History Month. As much as I love Black History month, I must say that I am black every month and every month that should be celebrated. Celebrating your heritage and advancements should be as simple as loving yourself and embracing what many before you have fought for. Today as I kick off my new blog series My natural Hair, Loved I want to acknowledge all the brave black men and woman that fought so that wearing Locs can be accepted the way it is now. Thank you for your sacrifices. Today we are being joined by Roxanne, a woman who is Loc’d and educated,…

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    Reduce Stress by Getting a Coloring Book

    Many have thought of coloring only as an activity for children however research has shown that this activity can provide tremendous benefits for adults. Adults who suffer from anxiety or depression have much to gain from investing in a coloring book. Here is a story: I was out shopping for puzzles with hubby and I said I want to get a coloring book. He laughed and said really? I then said yeah it’ll be cool, I hear it’s therapeutic and stuff. The end result is we got one and it worked. Sometimes we color together and other times I colored alone. I’ve used it a few times and I am…