Two Tone Spring Nails

Color me nineties, very Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air pantone with all these bright hues working together harmoniously. Loud two tone tips for spring, yay or nay? Yay, yay, yay is my vote. Artist: Nails By Heathere

Feels From Zion Hill

“We must believe in our souls that we are somebody, that we are significant, that we are worthful, and we must walk the streets of life every day with this sense of dignity and this sense of somebody-ness.

Dr. King gave that code shape, articulation, and meaning. There are big forces that want to keep the Negro down, like Jim Crow, and there are small forces that want to keep you down, like other people, and in the face of all those things, the big ones and the smaller ones, you have to stand up straight and maintain your sense of who you are…There are people who trick you and deliver emptiness with a smile, while others rob you of your self-respect. You need to remember who you are.”

Artist: Kvvadwo Obeng

Finding Everyday Beauty

Focus on the blessings in each day as frequently as you can. Narrowing in on negativity is a default you can dismantle. Practice makes perfect, the more you do it the better you get. Name one beautiful thing from your day (something that happened, something you saw, something you did…). Via: Motivation Director

Beatles Couples Who Coif Together

Two iconic couples. Two matching haircuts. Which one would you and your boo do, mullets or buzzcuts? Via: McEastman & Ron Howard Getty Images

The Last Person You Unloved

Unloving someone can take as long as your soul contract states. Even when the person has been vile and disrespectful it’s not easy to walk away. We have this little thing added to that called emotions. Going through it is the only way out, which is when the karma is complete and you can move on with a lesson learned. That being said, who was the last person you unloved? What was the final straw? How long did it take? What did you learn?

Via: Notebook Fairy

What You Consume You Become

You become who you surround yourself with.

You become what you consume.

If you find yourself in a slump or feel as though you’re living in a negative space, take a good hard look at who and what you see everyday.

Artist: Marius Sperlich

Bare-Naked Bowtie

99.9 percent of women wear bowties with a shirt, typically tuxedo style with a white button down. That .1% belongs to Princess Diana, an eternal tastemaker. The minutiae of pairing a bold suit (it’s actually a skirt, I reimagined it) with only a bowtie makes this look standout. Perfection as always Lady Di. Bowties with bold suits, yes or no? Via: Getty Images

Corsets Never Left Though

Everyone keeps talking about corsets are here to stay…except they never left, sorry social media to break the news to you. Above is Diana Ross in the 1971, Gisele in 1999 and Madonna in 1998. Let’s all relax about this “new” trend. Who served it the best? Via: Getty Images

Note: Make Yourself Proud

Do things for you and not for the validation of others. Name three moments you made yourself proud last month, big or small, it doesn’t matter. In what ways do you plan on making yourself proud in the future? Via: Wanna Hug You So Much