Wife, mother, daughter, Southerner, crafter, singer, maybe an actor. Basically, just trying to find my way through this world now that I'm "grown".
Five Things to do BEFORE Inviting Friends to your Facebook Page.
If you have read my article Five Things to do Before Setting up your Facebook Page and followed all of the recommendations, you are either ready to create your business page or you have completed the setup process with ease. Congratulations! Now what? Facebook will suggest you begin inviting friends to like your page, however, I am going to stop you right there with an important question.
Five Things to do BEFORE Setting up a Facebook Page.
Whether you've just started a business or have been running one for some time, if you're not taking advantage of social media to build and market your brand, a Facebook page is a great place to start. The setup process is simple, it's free, and it only takes a few minutes to complete. Did I also mention Facebook has over two billion users? Think of how many potential customers you can reach through your page. Exactly, so let’s get started.
How did my Home Become a Sanctuary for Random Creatures?
Perhaps the title should read: How did my home become an involuntary sanctuary for random creatures? I certainly didn't send out invitations. Oddly enough, this is not a complaint. Each unique encounter has been either intriguing, entertaining, or at the very least educational. Only one of our visitors cost us money to remove. Perhaps I'll file that one under complaints.
Guilty Pleasure Binge
So what is Kim of Queens? Well, let me start by telling you what Kim of Queens is not. It's not any of the f&ckery that is Toddlers and Tiaras. Now that we've established that, let's proceed.
Shades of Talk: Auditioning while Black
Shades of Talk is honest conversations about being a person of color in the performing arts. We offer insight, helpful tips, and hopefully some laughs. In our first episode, we talk about our audition experiences as Black women in The Arts, and provide some helpful advice about auditioning from local directors in our community.
When Prince Got Me Kicked Out of my Great Grandmother's House.
I grew up in Texas as an only child to a single mother. Once school was out for summer, my mom couldn't afford to pay for childcare, so I typically spent my summers in Mississippi staying with family, namely floating between my grandmother's place and my great grandparents' house. One particular summer while staying with my great grandparents, my young-crazy-cool aunt rented a house down the street from them and I made every attempt to spend time with her. The problem was, her and my great grandmother didn't always get along.