Where did you guys shop for Black Friday?! or Cyber Monday? Me… well, I’ll just share this much- my husband just cut me off our checking account jk😂😂 Don’t worry I’m not only buying for myself, but sharing the love & checking off my nieces and nephews Christmas lists as well. As a matter of fact, I’m gonna share a few items on my insta story to see if you like them too ❤️💋 so tell me mamas,,, What did you buy & what sales did I miss?
I'm thankful for my husband. He takes vacation as seriously as I do 😂 & I’ve seen so many beautiful places both old & new all thanks to him 💋❤️ I am a lucky gal #blessed #blessedandgrateful #gratefulheart #happywifehappylife #wateryourowngrass #takecareofyourfamily #familyfirst 📸 @cheeiaphotography
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! 🦃They say the more you practice the art of thankfulness, the more you have to be thankful for and this could not be more true! I am thankful for this platform & all your love + support throughout this year. When I count my blessings I count twice! 🦄 Have an amazing long weekend with your family + friends & Be safe. Peace & Love ❤️
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This may be a surprise to some, but I actually got my very first Pap test when I was 28 and my mama actually didn’t get her first screening until even later. As a first generation Hmong American of immigrant parents, I didn’t grow up with insurance. Correction! I didn’t grow up with an understanding of preventative healthcare services. I also didn’t understand that a Pap test was so important for women. To my surprise I learned that without the proper screening to detect abnormalities and cancerous cells on the cervix, women can actually die from cervical cancer. As a matter of fact, cervical cancer used to be the #1 cancer-related killer of women, but now, it’s #15! I couldn’t imagine what would of happened if my mama and I never would have taken the preventative steps and we found out too late. Unfortunately, many women fall behind on their Pap screenings because they feel the lack of financial resources and medical coverage necessary to afford the test. The truth is: the Pap is accessible to everyone. It's a preventative screening that every women of color, despite their background or income level, should have access to. It is imperative that we screened regularly to protect ourselves. Let’s #protectthepap and save lives. Check out @protect_the_pap and https://protectthePap.com/about/ to learn more In Partnership with The Social Good Foundation