Wrap it up, just in time for Christmas!
This past Monday, 12/15/14 at 8 AM I tried out the wraps everyone have been raving about. I received a wrap from @wrapsragirlbestfriend to test out and see if it really works. And I must tell you…… I was skeptical about it and didn’t expect it to do anything but I was wrong. Once I put it on and wrapped it with Cling wrap around my stomach (my most stubborn area) I started to feel this sensation. I was like a cooling and tingling feeling happening on my stomach. After an Hour I removed the wrap, rubbed in the cream that was left on my stomach and drank water through out the day, for the next 3 days. It takes a whole 72 hours to see the complete results of the 1st wrap. I measured and took pictures of my self before, during and After. I lost 2 1/2 inches in 72 hours ladies and gents! Here are my pictures (And don’t laugh at my tummy 🙂 Thanks):
As you can tell this is not a paid promotion.. this actually works am I am now a believer!
Through the Wire with African-American Pro Angler—Torica Whitty
Since its humble beginnings in the late 19th century—the professional sport of bass fishing, which involves the angling of a rod with hopes of catching a black bass (the second most sought-after game fish in the United States)—has evolved into a multi-billion dollar industry, which was once entirely represented by Caucasians—that is, until 1976—when Alfred “The Frog Master” Williams became the first African-American male Pro Angler to fish in a B.A.S.S. pro event; and in 1984—Williams became the first African-American to fish the Bassmaster Classic. He courageously broke through bass fishing’s color barrier, and ever since then—a small door has been opened for minorities to compete in the competitive outdoor world of bass fishing. Continue reading
Saturday, November 22, 2014 I had my 2nd session with Cameil Ross of Sealed Clutch and I just had to share this amazing workout. I have a issue with person trainers, because they are just so CRAZY! They never understand that you’re a beginner and they are never affordable. Well, I stand corrected…. this young lady Cameil Ross reached out to me through Instagram and I said okay why not. Since I am now on my Brooklyn Bridge Challenge I felt this could be a good add on to my workout journey. And I am glad I did.
This Thanksgiving Ross is offering a Black Friday sale so don’t miss out @sealedclutch (This is not a paid advertisement) When you come across something amazing from someone so awesome, you should share the information with people you love!
Project Bright for Senegal implements after-school solution to Senegal’s illiteracy problem
The Republic of Senegal, in West Africa—is about 76,000 square miles long and has an estimated population of about 13 million people. Its capital is Dakar, and the climate there—extremely tropical. Fish processing, phosphate mining and petroleum refining are a few of Senegal’s major industries; and sugarcane, cotton and mango are some of its admired cash crops. Most Senegalese are Sufi Muslims and French is their official language, but what many of you don’t know is—Senegal is plagued with a severe illiteracy problem.