Look Up

Smile,

Be grateful for what you have.

This life is short, take advantage of your opportunities and learn from the “mistakes” you’ve made.

Stop worrying about the small stuff.

Stop worrying about the apps on your phone that are causing you to look down instead of looking up.

Seeing all the beautiful creations God has placed in your path is a blessing, don’t miss it while living in your virtual reality instead of your real one.

This goes for me as well.

– Tiara, words from God. ♡

Don’t.

Don’t sit and ponder on the bad things in life.

Don’t sit in self hatred wishing their was a better option.

You have to make the change,

No one can do it for you.

– Tiara, words from God. ♡

Loved: Now that, you are.

A reminder:

That you are loved,

you are important,

and most importantly that everything is going to be more than alright because God’s got your back, sides, and front.

🧘🏾‍♀️

For my mom’mom, from Tiara ♡

A grandma’s love is nice and sweet,
She always cooks me big great treats.
A grandma’s love is full of great big bear hugs, in the cold to keep me warm.
A grandma’s love is only a phone call away and she helps me learn how to pray.
A grandma’s love is kind and her heart is large I can feel her hugs even from the stars.
A grandma’s love is happy and caring,
She like to give me pies made of cherries.
A grandma’s love is the best to me, she let’s my cry when I need it.
A grandma’s love is sent from above and she is as beautiful as can be.
My grandma’s love is the best for me because she is my best friend yes indeed!
A grandma’s love is nice and sweet,
She always cooks me big great treats.
A grandma’s love is full of great big bear hugs, in the cold to keep me warm.
A grandma’s love is only a phone call away and she helps me learn how to pray.
A grandma’s love is kind and her heart is large I can feel her hugs even from the stars.
A grandma’s love is happy and caring,
She like to give me pies made of cherries.
A grandma’s love is the best to me, she let’s my cry when I need it.
A grandmas love is sent from above and she is as beautiful as can be.
My grandma’s love is the best for me because she is my best friend yes indeed!
– Tiara , words from God. ♡

True Joy.

The fact that I made it to another day gives me such joy.
Remember, not everyday is granted to us.
Be grateful in this season of thanks for all that you have, even if you feel like you have absolutely nothing.
Their is so much to be thankful for: whether it’s having those who care about you, being able to walk on your own two feet, to having all of your senses.
These are all things our society seems to take for granted,

I know I have before.

Through all of this, today I hope you do what you truly love.

Be passionate in what you do.

If you do not like where you are, it may be time to change you scenery one step at a time.

– Tiara, words from God. ♡

Wanting something that’s not for you.

PSA:
Please, never want someone else’s life.
If you see what they went through to get to that point, or what isn’t being said, you’d be surprised.
Love your life, our time is limited.
Use it to your advantage.♡

– Tiara Leigh Hall

Black and Frustrated by ignorance.

I have time today,

As a black woman who has gets asked these questions almost weekly, I am going to say this for the one time:

Do not ask to touch my hair.
Do not ask me about the “n” word and if it is “ok” for YOU to use it.
Do not ask me why black lives matter and all lives “don’t”.
Do not ask me if my “father” is present in my life.
Do not ask me if ANYTHING that you feel is discriminatory to come out of your mouth to ask a question.
Do not tell me about my own posts on black culture, such as this.

It’s 2018.
Know better.
Do better.
If you’re curious go research, truly research the meanings of why these stereotypical questions are truly offensive.
My life is far to busy to be asked such questions.

Becoming an adult and seeing the “real world”, I’m starting to understand why being a person of color is a struggle within itself.

I’m tired of it,

Thank you. 🧘🏾‍♀️

Ti ♡

– Tiara Leigh Hall

“Existing and Thriving as a black woman is a revolution itself” – Amanda Stenburg