ImPress helped give my nails a break

Thursday, December 31, 2015




I love getting  a gel nail polish manicure, it gives me great nails for 2 weeks or longer .
Recently I decided to let my nails breathe for a few weeks. Once I had the gel polish removed I started to notice my nails breaking and chipping pretty bad. The UV light and gel polish can be harsh on the hands and nails. To keep my nails looking manicured , I decided to purchase  Impress RealFeel Press on Nails from Walmart .
I am going to give it a try, so far it works gives and my nails a fresh look. I will use it while my nails recover. Impress  Press On Nails comes in a variety of colors and lasts 7 - 10  days . Best of all ImPress doesn't require glue. 


How you do to keep your nails looking glamorous without the risk damaging them ?








I switched up outfit pieces.This red duster works well as part of this new ensemble.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015












Red has not always been a color I felt comfortable wearing. It is the color worn by my sorority, so I have had to wear it more often.  A few years ago I needed a red outfit for an event. I bought a sheath dress  that came with a duster. I did not care for the dress, so I paired the duster with a pair of pants and black blouse. I got lots of compliments.  I donated the dress and recently pulled this duster out and took a few photos for the holidays.

What about you ? Are there colors you have experimented with?



I am wild about this thrifted jacket.

Monday, December 28, 2015

I like to use various prints in my wardrobe, I bought an animal print jacket from Goodwill in Central Ga. I put the jacket with a pair of thrifted chocolate brown pants and thrifted suede boots. The outfit came together. The jacket is very lightweight and versatile and can easily be worn with jeans or a skirt .
Do you thrift a variety of wardrobe pieces that you can wear both as dressy and casual?


I Wore My Big Necklace and Swept Back Black Hair

Sunday, December 27, 2015






I was very pleased with my recent new hair color. I tried ESalon soft black and got amazing results I colored, shampooed and styled it into a swept back hairdo. The new hairdo along with some of my thrifted jewelry and clothing made for a great evening look !
My thrift inventory is full of potential I am gonna put together more outfits from it this coming year! I recently completed a Fashion Assistant and Personal Shopper certification.

I plan to put them use helping people get a great wardrobe on a budget. 










I Like Aqua With My Chocolate

Monday, December 21, 2015

I like mixing two great colors in my outfits! My latest color mix up is chocolate and dark aqua. The outfit consisted my thrifted chocolate brown suede boots paired with a pair of thrifted chocolate brown pants , a thrifted multi aqua and chocolate brown printed blouse!  This ended up  being a great look for a trip to walk in the woods at Indian Springs State Park!


The Force of Star Wars. My Ootd ( Thrifted )

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Check out my OOTD  at the  Stars Wars Movie . I wore my thrifted olive green  jacket, black ruffled blouse , and  thrifted earrings and ring. The move was EPIC. I loved it it was a great part of my birthday weekend events.

I went to be Pampered

Sunday, December 13, 2015

This evening I attended my first
MIDDLE GA. PAMPERED LADIES event. I arrived at Macon Historic Terminal Station to find hundreds of ladies shopping, being pampered with  on site massages,  hand massages and trying out many samples of everything from blueberry wines to specialty foods.Yes, I must mention the ticket fee included a wonderful meal.There were also  continuous drawings for giveaways from the many vendors. Best of all the sponsors used the event to collect a huge toy donation for Kids Yule Love charity. I am all for supporting good causes.So I dropped off my own toy donation which came with an entry to the grand prize drawings. No I did not win , but the experience was a good one. I would attend the event again and encourage others to do so. Good Job MGPL founders!
***Yes parts of my outfit were thrifted( blouse Salvation Army) necklace( Rescue Mission of Middle Ga.Inc.)shoes were my birthday gift from mom.

My Gift of Gold

Last  year my cousin was moving , so she called me to take a look at some stuff was getting ready to throw out. I look through the pile of things and was able to get some clothing pieces out. The item that grabbed me was a pair of gold toned boots.They were a good addition to a recent thrifted outfit that I wore to an outing at High Falls State Park. I always say  ""gifted is better than thrifted ".
Thanks cousin Sylvia King. I hope to wear them before the winter is over.




Rolling Run Way. Fashion on Wheels

Friday, December 11, 2015

I attended the first ever Macon Food Truck Festival in October. I was excited about the food trucks but equally excited about meeting the young ladies of Rolling Runway. They brought there silver airstream (that they affectionately call Sylvia) which was filled with great trendy fashions. I loved it the color scheme bright teal , silver and hints of gold was amazing . I must mention that the owners were very friendly. I have read more about their story and found it very interesting how they went from students working in retail while they attended The University of Georgia and moved on to buying an antique air stream which they did the overhaul on and began their journey a great business venture! Much Luck and Success to these young ladies. Keep an eye out from them at an event near you !!

A Pony Crossbody Bag ! Added to My Collection

I am a collector of purses! A few months ago I was at Salvation Army on Green St. Warner Robins Ga.I spotted a unique looking cross body bag. As I moved in to take a better look , I realized it was made of pony hair that was arranged in patches ,the purse has a nice leather straps that compliment the bag. I paired it with a gold toned jacket and brown pants for the first wearing . Next time I'll do jeans and a nice brownish jacket !!


Oh My You Got to See what I found at the Thrifty Lizard

Thursday, December 10, 2015

I love shopping at thrift and resale stores when I travel . In August I was in Carrollton Ga. When I spotted a neat consignment store called The Thrifty Lizard. It was late in the evening, so the store was closed . I took down the address and business hours, so I could do my visit the next day on my lunchbreak . I found my way back to The Thrifty Lizard, inside I found a great layout of well cared for items that ranged from shoes and clothing of all sizes. Then I spotted the jewelry! Ah yes I love jewelry.I was immediately drawn to a necklace with nice embellishments! The clerk said "oh that is so you" ! And the rest is history, I bought it and a few clothing items that were part of the sale of the week! I have family in the Carrollton area so, I would certainly shop at the Thrifty Lizard Again!!

I Did it For the Kids

Friday, December 4, 2015

Cause it's the right thing to do. I purchased gifts for our local DFACS . My local women's networking group Career Women's Network ,asks us to bring gifts to our December meeting. This is an awesome way to help a child who might otherwise not have gifts for Christmas. By the way my outfit and shoes were  thrifted from@Salvation Army and WEAR thrift stores #shoplocal

Out in Central Ga. Ran into Otis Redding

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Recently I was out in Gray Ga.
I had heard about a neat display honoring the late great Otis Redding. As I drove into Gray I spotted it. There it stood ,a big nice replica of a vinyl record partially pulled out of a record cover on the front side. The backside featured an intertactive area with a push button that gives visitors the ability to listen to some greatest hits from Mr.Redding. In keeping with my love of all things thrift, wore my thrifted leopard printed sweater and black pants.

I am Thankful

Thursday, November 26, 2015

I am very Thankful and Blessed this Thanksgiving 2015. It was a beautiful day spent with my parents and my sister.We are grateful , because last year this was my mom was in Atlanta staying with sis , So we all gathered and had Thanksgiving dinner this year. I decided to pull out one of my of thrifted outfits. I wore an animal print jacket , brown dress slacks , blouse with my long suede boots and coordinating thrifted purse. I pray many blessings for my family and families around the world this year and beyond.

Salvation Army Thrift Store ReOpening I Was There

Sunday, November 22, 2015





Everyone had been anticipating the grand-- reopening of our local Salvation Army Thrift Store.
I helped spread the word by sharing the event and details to my thrift group page and also on my organization FaceBook page. I support all  the local,organizations.The Big day finally arrived Sat. November 21st 2015  I arrived around 9:30 am to Black Friday like lines. which was actually a good sign that the community had gotten the info and Salvation Army would have a successful, opening!  I wore a thrifted outfit of course. Black textured pants that I thrifted from The Thrifty Lizard Thrift Shop  in Carrollton Ga., my bold striped fringed shawl was from the recent She's Got The Look Consignment Sale.My Coach crossbody was thrifted from Goodwill. Boots were retail. I will continue to encourage my fellow thrifters to shop and support both local Salvation stores, because all funds raised stay here in this community. That is great so the Salvation Army of Central Ga. can continue to help those in our community

Do you shop at or donate to local charities like Salvation Army?

I Made The Ultimate Donation . Would You ?

Friday, November 20, 2015


A year ago in August my sister Kelley got the terrible news that she had acute myeloid leukemia. My family was upside down, since she and my sister in law both got terrible diagnoses that weekend. Yes same weekend! Leukemia for one and breast cancer out of remission for the other.

Sis had to start chemotherapy just days after the diagnosis and it was bad , she had the worst form , it was very aggressive quickly taking her numbers down down.Chemo was started along with various other treatments. she was hospitalized for weeks. Shortly after treatment was started and it was determined that a stem cell donation was needed to save her life. All 3 of her siblings( me and our two brothers )  were tested , once the results were in I got the call that I was a perfect match even though they like using the cells of younger sibling. A perfect match lessened the rejection factor. The stem cell transplant was scheduled for Nov. 20th ( one year ago today ) just days before a major surgery I had already been scheduled to undergo.  I  rescheduled my surgery to go thru the process to prepare to be her donor. Nov. 19th I underwent three hours of the donation process in which they gathered 18.9 million stem cells and early in the morning of  Nov. 20, 2014  the transplant was done . Kelley had several more months of treatments as her body got acclimated to the new cells . I am happy to report that today she was told that she is in full remission and doing well.

I learned that being a donor was not painful and all expense related and it was taken care of by the patient's insurance.

How about you would you think twice about being a donor in order to save the life of  a sibling? Think about donating the The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. They host annual Light the Night Walks as a Fundraiser for funding blood cancer research.

The Make-End Maker Festival what I wore

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

On November 14th I attended a neat new festival in my city. It was sponsored by and put together by  College Hill Alliance .
My outfit was thrifted. I wore a green leather jacket by Isaac Mizrahi and a pair of thrifted jeans. I completed it with my thrifted Coach crossbody bag.




EVENT OVERVIEW 

The Make-End Maker Festival was a weekend-long event dedicated to showcasing makers: people who create original art, craft, science and technology-based works.  

The event was Central Georgia's debut festival celebrating makers, featuring interactive art + technology vendors and exhibitors, entrepreneurial speakers from across the country, plus large-scale attractions, including a 30-foot-tall fire breathing robot!

The College Hill Alliance is organizing the festival, thanks to funding from ArtPlace America and support from our sponsors.

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I Stay Connected with Straight Talk Wireless

Saturday, November 14, 2015

I believe in being thrift and cost conscious in as many ways as possible, so a few years ago when my nephew Deont'e Hunt told me about Straight Talk.  I was curious about how to get signed up for unlimited data, talk and text for a non contract plan with a set monthly fee. I was skeptical ,but willing to give it a try. I switched from a big name national carrier and have not looked back. I chose Straight Talk with the option of using AT&T network towers.  I use my Straight Talk phone for my for many posts and tweets. The service is very reliable and a great value for the money ! 

Do you use contract or non contract wireless to stay connected?

MY OOTD for the Thrift -Sip N Shop at WEAR Thrift Store



Each month we have a First Friday in our city. The various downtown merchants stay open later and host events to draw in locals. I tend to support WEAR.Thrift With a Twist( Thrift Store)!. They are a great partner to Thrifting Central Ga., by offering an exclusive discounts to our members who use our official membership tote bag there. Wear is also a shop where the tote bag is sold ($6.00 CASH)!
All proceeds from sales at WEAR benefit DayBreak Homeless Resource Center a DePaul USA project.
I'm glad to shop at and support them. I wore a totally thrifted outfit to the November 6th Sip N Shop.
My cute little flower shaped ring was actually purchased from WEAR. The pineapple necklace was from Salvation Army of central Georgia Thrift Store.



My Summer Trip Pic - This Memory is Fitting For Veteran's Day

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Back in the summer  I took a trip to Andersonville National Cemetery . I spotted this old Army tank and could not resist a photo op in my thrifted ( big jewelry **notice the necklace) I got it a few years ago at a sale in the home of Miller Miller who is now part owner of Miller Bynum Designs and Rite At Home Interior Design . The white pants were a great deal at Kmart! My orange blouse was as good as thrifted from JC Penny !

My Veteran's Day Dinner Date

I pulled decided to wind my Veteran's Day by enjoying the complimentary meal at Olive Garden. My whole outfit including accessories was thrifted.
I thrifted the great purse from YES UPSCALE thrift in Dublin Ga., the jeans and blouse were thrifted from Salvation Army and last but not least my boots were thrifted from Rescue Mission of Middle Ga. bargain center . I appreciate all the businesses who offered meals and other discounts to show appreciation to us veterans.     

Happy Veteran's Day to My Fellow Veterans

I pause to recognize and THANK those who served our country.  I know first hand what it's like to serve our country. I am a veteran of the U.S. Army. My service started with my basic training in South Carolina and ended in Ft. Ord California. I served some time in Wurburtz Germany and 
I served in the Noriega invasion event in Panama. My job ( MOS) in the service as as a
 77 Whiskey- Water Treatment Specialist. I  helped too treat and provide potable water to troops in the field! That was all along time ago , but I would not change a thing about it all ,well except I might have done a few more years.

Naturally Me

Sunday, November 8, 2015

I enjoyed the freedom of natural hair( free of chemical straighteners )for the last 4-5 years( . However. I recently tried a chemical straightener , it has not worked so well. I will return to my natural roots very soon . Stay tuned! Meanwhile check out my oversized jewelry .The necklace was purchased at annual consignment sale , earrings were purchased from a booth at a natural hair show in Atlanta.I thrifted the blouse from Salvation Army. I live for thrifted clothing and accessories.
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My Thrifted Outfit : New City Church Women's Conference

Wednesday, November 4, 2015


On Saturday Oct. 24th I attended a wonderful Women's Conference at local church called New City Church.
They hosted a great 3 session event with Jani Oultman as the speaker, under the theme “Boundless”. The conference was an awesome and inspiring event.
I decided to pull out some of my thrift collection to wear. I chose my brand new Jones New York gray slacks and topped them off with my thrifted multi print blouse. I completed to look with accessories which included a necklace from Diva Diva Boutique and I must say it accented my blouse perfectly.  


Flirt With Color Without Commitment




Have you ever wondered how a new hair color or highlights would look on you? Before doing a permanent hair color change you can try it out with a wig.
Well I wanted to try something new but am afraid to commit to getting my hair colored. A few weeks ago I was out and about and stopped into a local beauty supply store, it was huge and filled with a little of everything. I found my way to the wigs and hairpieces section. There were many styles and color combinations to choose from.I selected a bob style wig with slight auburn highlights in the front and on the sides. It gives me an idea what I would look like if I took the leap and permanently highlighted my own hair .Thanks to wigs we can experiment with great hairdos from day to day.


What about you? Do you use hair pieces or wigs etc.  to change up  your hair game?



National Sandwich Day- what is your fave ?

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Today was National Sandwich Day. I have to mention my favorite sandwich right now. I tried the slow cooked brisket at Arby's and immediately fell in love with how authentic it tasted!
I never knew there was a national holiday dedicated to sandwiches!
That's my fave for now . What is yours?


Coco + Carmen rainboots right on time!

Sunday, November 1, 2015



Well it was a gloomy and rainy Nov. 1st. . I was eager to pull out my rain boots.
The brand is CoCo + Carmen which usually sell at regular retail for $75.00. I was able to snag them at a huge sidewalk clearance sale at our Vineville Ave. Chichester's Pharmacy and Gifts for a mere $9.99 They are roomy and super flexible and effortlessly follow my foot movements. I am glad I decided to purchase my first pair of rain boots on that beautiful sunny day, because they came in handy this rainy day in Georgia!








Black and Orange for Halloween-How did it Come to be?

Saturday, October 31, 2015

  What is the origin of Halloween colors?  


Have you ever wondered about the origin of Halloween colors? It is the custom of the celebration to use orange and black in decorations and costumes. Retailers embrace this holiday because it’s one of the most lucrative of all.

As the Celtics are given the most credit for beginning the holiday as the festival of the harvest, a color of autumn is used. Orange, being the most prevalent autumn tone, is derived from the pumpkin and leaves.

Many people use pumpkins hollowed out as urns or vases to hold masses of fall mums or carve them into ghoulish or scary jack-o-lanterns with lit candles or mini electric lights inside to cast an eerie glow.

The color orange also signifies strength and endurance. We don’t know if that is for the holiday or strength and endurance at the harvest time. Since the Celtics were involved in wars with Julius Caesar, they may have believed the color orange gave courage to those who wore the color during battle. Little is know about this idea.

Halloween was once (and still may be in some areas) a festival of the dead. Death is usually associated with darkness and absence of light signified by the color black.

Black cats, witches hats, cauldrons, and streamers are a few of the items that are reminders of the holiday. Most candies at this time of year are in black and orange wrappers.

Traditionally, Halloween is always celebrated after sunset. The blackness of the night cloaks the revelers and hides their misdeeds or tricks if they don’t receive any treats.

Walking into any retail store that carries Halloween costumes, candy, or decorations, you will find masses of black and orange items. You know that it’s Halloween time, because the distinctive color combination is only used for this season. Not too many people use this color combination for their house or clothing!

The exact origin of Halloween colors is unknown but we all know that with practice and use, the uncommon becomes commonplace.  
Source(s): http://www.allaboutpopularissues.org/origin-of-halloween.htm

Continue to Support the Fight

Friday, October 30, 2015

Breast Cancer Awareness month is coming to an end.October maybe coming to an end however; my plea to you is PLEASE KEEP SUPPORTING Breast Cancer Research. You can donate to your local Komen For the Cure anytime. Many businesses raise funds year round, Yoplait is donating funds through it's yogurt codes -all you do is purchase a specially marked container , get the code then log into their website and enter it Yoplait will make a donation to breast cancer research.

I Went to See the BEARS

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Saturday Oct. 24th was busy for me . I attended a women's Conference in the morning at New City Church, then went home changed and made it to enjoy the  Mercer University HomeComing game and support my alma mater MERCER UNIVERSITY. I graduated from Mercer with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Environmental Science . My time at Mercer was as a working student whose employer paid tuition along with a scholarship from my Water Organization. I also used my remaining funds from my GI Bill from my service in the U.S. ARMY to pay tuition. I am proud of my time at Mercer University as it is a nationally ranked and recognized institution. #BetheBear 

Rescue Mission of Middle Ga. - a Community Asset

Thursday, October 22, 2015








Rescue Mission of Middle Ga. 











I frequently shop at  our local  Rescue Mission Bargain store. The store carries a variety of items  . They carry great furniture , shoes and clothing at great prices. Rescue Mission uses a weekly tag color tag  program to offer shoppers even more savings, tag color for the week allows half off the already  reduced priced  shoe or clothing the bears  that tag color. The staff at the Rescue Mission Bargain store are always courteous and willing to assist shoppers. I love the purpose that store proceeds support. I will always be a supporters and shopper. I encourage Central Ga. residents to visit the bargain store located at 3375 Napier Ave. Macon . Store hours are 9:30am- 7pm  Monday through Saturday.
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 MISSION of the MISSION from their website.

Providing a Path of Hope, Redemption and Empowerment through Jesus Christ.The Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia Bargain Center is a thrift store that serves as an important resource for the Mission and the Middle Georgia community. Every dollar spent at the Bargain Center goes back into the Mission’s life changing programs, financing a significant portion of our work. Through the Bargain Center, the Mission is able to provide emergency relief to local people in need through clothing and furniture vouchers for fire victims and individuals referred to us by partner organizations.
By way of this community’s generous donations, the Bargain Center offers quality furniture, electronics, clothing, household items, antiques, collectibles and more. Customers can find a wide variety of items with inventory changing on a daily basis. Shoppers can enjoy a clean, friendly environment and take pride in knowing their purchases help to support the programs and ministries of the Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia.


http://www.maconrescuemission.com/bargain-center/

http://www.thriftingcentralga.com/

My First Black Girls Run Outing!

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

In my quest to get fit over the next year,  I decided  to join the local group of Black Girls Run! I wore my thrifted Danskin dri-fit pants and my thrifted long sleeved pink shirt and thrifted exercise undershirt and thrifted Saucony running shoes! I managed to complete the 3.06 mile course that consisted of hills, curves and long flat stretches! My group is specifically named Black Girls Run Middle Ga. I think I'm gonna like this addition to my fitness plans! #aspiringrunner, #aspiring2run !

My Thrift Trip-- Teen Challenge East Dublin Ga

Monday, October 19, 2015




I was recently passing through Dublin Ga. and decided to check out the thrift store scene,
By mistake as I was trying to find the GoodWill Store, I made a series of wrong turns and happened up on Teen Challenge Thrift Store. I shopped there got a few houseware pieces cheap for brand new bowls and cups. The proceeds of the store benefit kids who need special assistance. I love shopping when tne funds help benefit a good cause .



Goodwill Does Good Work

One of my thrifting spots is Goodwill. I always find great household and clothing items at any Goodwill store that I happen to drop by. Goodwill's mission is to help train people for the workforce. Our donations make that possible. Goodwill hosts a few major fundraisers each year. I love the idea that Goodwill host at least two major job fairs in central Ga. each year. Do not leave Goodwill off your list of thrift shops. They support the "cause" of helping people become self-sufficient and employable!

Here is more about Goodwill in their own words. Info retrieved from their website.

Goodwill strives to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families by helping people reach their full potential through education, skills training and the power of work.
Goodwill meet the needs of all job seekers, including programs for youth, seniorsveterans, and people with disabilitiescriminal backgrounds and other specialized needs. Last year, Goodwill helped more than 26.4 million people train for careers in industries such as banking, IT and health care, to name a few — and get the supporting services they needed to be successful — such as English language training, additional education, or access to transportation and child care.

GoodWill's Mission
Goodwill works to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families by strengthening communities, eliminating barriers to opportunity, and helping people in need reach their full potential through learning and the power of work.

Do you shop at Goodwill?

ABBA HOUSE- Developes Women's Skills

Monday, October 12, 2015

Downtown Perry Thrift Store Abba House

I recently traveled to Perry to check out ABBA House Thrift store. I like the mission and purpose behind this store. I arrived there in a large parking lot and a huge store. Inside I found a massive amount of store space, there was a lot of  everything in ABBA HOUSE Thrift. The store was well organized and laid out very neatly. I found all the ladies and girls to be very friendly. There was a lot of furniture and a MAN CAVE area of men's clothing cute little children's section of all things for kids!

Developing Leadership Skills through Retail Management

At Abba House, the primary goal of every project and industry is the ultimate benefit to the ladies in the program. Although the sales from the Thrift Stores allow us to keep tuition at an extremely low rate, the purpose of the Thrift Store far exceeds a way to generate income. While in the program at Abba House, the ladies will hold various positions of leadership and obtain countless real world job skills. The Thrift Stores are structured in such a way that ladies are accountable for different departments and the ladies within those departments. The ladies learn the value of a hard day’s work and how to submit to authority in a job setting.
When you visit our stores, you’ll see that the ladies are also learning how to take pride in their work and reap the rewards of a job well done. The ladies are responsible for everything in the stores, from the merchandise on the floor to the way it’s displayed, to the atmosphere the customers experience when they shop with us.





IN THEIR OWN WORDS: ABBA HOUSE November marked the official launch of Abba House Perry, as four women, two student leaders and Chris Sharp moved to Perry to become the initial core leadership group for many women who will come there to find peace. We opened the Perry AbbaHouse Thrift Store .Our thrift stores provide about 50 percent of our revenue and are the training tool to equip women with leadership and job skills as well as a good work ethic.
In 2014 Abba House opened a new location for the Perry Thrift Store, located in downtown Perry. This location has more than 25,000 square feet of sales floor.
1309 Main Street Perry, Ga 31069
 
Monday – Saturday from 9:00am – 5:30pm


Yoplait Supports the Breast Cancer Fight

Saturday, October 10, 2015

                  Friends in the Fight


Several months ago I tried the Yoplait Greek Yogurt is only 100 calories and high in protein content . I tried various flavors and fell in love with strawberry flavor. I  eat it twice a day sometimes adding  cranberries and walnuts to give it the consistency of a parfait. I  eventually took a minute or read the peel off lid and saw that Yoplait would donate to breast cancer research f I took,time to go on their website and enter the code from the lid! 

After more research I learned that:
Since 1997, Yoplait and General Mills has donated more than $35 million to the cause through the Friends in the Fight program, Race for the Cure and other initiatives.
Over fifteen years ago, an employee at our Carson City, California, Yoplait plant lost a family member to cancer and helped organize the plant’s support for a local cancer race. The goal of Save Lids to Save Lives is to support the millions of people who have been impacted by breast cancer by raising awareness and funding to fight the disease.
Breast cancer statistics continue to be staggering. One in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer in her lifetime, and for the United States in 2012, more than 250,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women (source: American Cancer Society).
Find out how you can join General Mills in making a difference in the fight against breast cancer at http://friendsinthefight.yoplait.com.

I Participated in the Inaugural Sista Strut 3k in Macon Ga

What is Sista Strut? V101.7 and 97.9 WIBB are proud to be sponsors of this great event to help raise awareness of breast cancer and to celebrate the women who have battled it. 


Sista Strut is a 3k Walk to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer and specifically how it affects the African American community.  This is the inaugural year for the walk in Macon, GA but the event has been held in other iHeartMedia markets such as Memphis, Nashville and St. Louis.  


Sista Strut Macon will take place on October 10th at 10am at the Ocmulgee Indian Mounds.

Did You Know?

• African American Women In The Us Have A 41% Higher Death Rate From Breast Cancer Than White Women.

• African American Women Are More Likely Than White Women To Be Diagnosed With Breast Cancer Before Age 40 And Are More Likely To Be Diagnosed With Larger Tumors Than White Women.
  
•  Awareness Of These Issues Will Help Survival Rates With Earlier Diagnoses.

The Thrifty Lizard- Thrift Spot I Recently Stumbled Up On!

Thursday, October 8, 2015

I was in Carrollton Georgia back in August. I stumbled upon a really nice thrift store
called "The Thrifty Lizard".They had a nice selection of high end pieces. I snagged a cute necklace and a pair of great black pants and a sweater for this winter.
The staff at the lizard were so friendly and helpful. I will definitely shop there again ,
I make it my business to shop thrift anytime I'm on business or vacation around the state and
country.




Do you thrift on business and vacation???
 
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