Life is hard. And by life, I mean blogging. Geez, where did February go? It’s March. Where did this month come from?! *sigh*
So the Feb blogging challenge is done. Congrats to Whitney Reloaded who rocked it!! GO GIRL! As for me… ugh. Big fat FAIL. Maintaining the blog and TBS was hard. Writing is hard. Developing content is hard. Even with weekly themes it was still hard. But… I’m going to try to keep up for most of the month of March. Keyword: try.
As for today, I’m going to “finish” out my blogging challenge by sharing a Black-owned business for #SupportASista Day, which was Feb 28th. Totally missed the day, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still support, right?
Devoted to bringing you the best handmade products with the highest quality ingredients and all based from Raw, Unrefined Pure African Shea Butter. Offering the best Prices on Fair Trade shea butter helps to support the Women’s Cooperative of the Tamale and Wa tribes in Ghana West Africa and purchasing fair trade whenever possible in order to help others to have a higher standard of living, and helping makes us all feel good! We’re committed to family, just like you Real people helping real people. We are all on our own personal journeys and it helps to know you’re not alone. From Natural Hair Care, to caring for your skin naturally and answering your questions with real advice…not Google answers.
I’ve been using products from BnB for the past year and change. I love all of the products. I usually order shea butter and henna. But I’ve also ordered some other things such as the coconut oil, clays, essential oils, and ayurvedic powders. Owner Sharika Chaney always has sales and discounts from month to month, so you can always get great deals on her already low prices! If you need natural products for hair and skin care, I highly recommend BnB.
Alrighty, I’ll catch you guys later this week!
OH, if you’d like, check out my recap of How To Get Away With Murder’s season finale over at Tray B. Says!