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Jamieson Diaries

MARRIED | MOTHER | MILLENNIAL

DIY Flower Hand Print

This past week, it has felt like Spring, here in Montana. The beautiful weather, the leaves growing on the trees, smells of BBQ around the neighborhood, etc. It has completely gotten me in the Spring mood which means it’s time for Spring decor in and around the house. I decided I wanted to add more of my little one’s artwork for decor around the house so we made a Spring craft last night.  (more…)

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Jamieson Diaries Remodel

Hello everybody and Happy St. Patrick’s Day! My corned beef and cabbage has been slow cooking most of the afternoon. I am super excited to eat this delicious meal with my family this evening.  (more…)

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WordPress Resources at SiteGround

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International Women's Day

Happy International Women’s Day everyone but especially to all my ladiesssss! Women are amazing. Women of all colors, ethnicities, occupations, and living in countries all over the world. We are powerful. We are strong. We are beautiful. (more…)

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Go See "Get Out" ASAP!

I took myself on a day date to see the highly praised movie, Get Out, yesterday afternoon. It was everything I needed it to be and more. There is no better way to sum the movie up than to say, Jordan Peele, is a social genius.  (more…)

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Spring TV Shows

Happy March everyone! Although it is only the third day of March (happy birthday to my cousin, Ashley!) there are so many television shows airing or returning as early as this Sunday. I have been waiting for the Spring season premieres for quite a few of these shows so I am pretty excited! Some of these shows I haven’t watched because they are new or I have recently gotten into. (more…)

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"Say It Loud: I'm Black & I'm Proud"

Today is, February 28th, which means it’s the last official day of Black History Month. Although Black history should be celebrated every day, I always love dedicating an entire month specifically to, Black excellence. We are truly magical people, and I always look forward to learning about my history, as well as, educating others on Black history.  (more…)

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Hidden Figures: Hidden History

Ever since I saw the movie, Hidden Figures, the first week of January I’ve been beaming with #BlackGirlMagic. There is something beyond inspiring about seeing Black women on the big screen for their brilliance and contributions to this country. Especially in a place like Hollywood where we too often see Black women in movies playing stereotypical roles. I feel it is important to talk about the impact and importance of this movie consistently, but especially during Black History Month. (more…)

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4 Years: 1,461 Days

Today the husband and I have been married for exactly 4 years. You know how people always talk about time flying? Yeah, this is one of those moments. The craziest part about this being our four-year anniversary is how much can change in only a matter of four years. To think of the two 23 year olds who got married in that church in, Evanston, IL four years ago, compared to the parents knocking on 30’s door year olds we are today…a lot has changed. (more…)

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Malcolm X: 52 Years Later

I have always know about Malcolm X since I was a child, but didn’t really know much beyond him being a strong Black leader, in the same era of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As I have gotten older, more specifically, the last 5 years, I have grown to LOVE everything about Malcolm X. From his struggle in his adolescent years, to the wise beyond his years man we all knew. It’s hard not to feel in your soul, the entire story behind who Malcolm X is, and how he became Malcolm X in the first place.  (more…)

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