Check out some highlights from this Girl’s night out Soiree from Saturday 3/30/19(held at 1218 Arch street /Architecture & Design Museum) #Philly
There was so much networking, love & support from Philadelphia!!!
Check out some highlights from this Girl’s night out Soiree from Saturday 3/30/19(held at 1218 Arch street /Architecture & Design Museum) #Philly
There was so much networking, love & support from Philadelphia!!!
If you’re going to be Young, Loud, and Proud you’ve got to look good doing it… right?
That’s what I was thinking the moment I decided to officially open an Etsy shop and launch my uniquely, homemade beauty products.
I want to create products that are going to make girls & women smile and enhance their best facial features: lips!
I’ve always wanted to become an entrepreneur and I finally found my niche.
If you’re like me you may find it hard to find a color that you think is suitable for everyday wear or maybe you’re just gaining the confidence to wear bright colors well #PBL has a ton of nude colors to choose from, tinted colors with purple, red & pink undertones!
Think your lips are too small for a particular color or just too BIG? I’m here to tell you there’s no such thing as the wrong color and with Pretty Big Lips each shade is uniquely crafted with you in mind!
Here’s a few shades I’ve created so far:
For updates/a sneak peek into the process of creating my beauty products you can always check out my Instagram page, story & story highlights (@mystik.y / highlights: “YLPlippie”)
I love my lips (I want you to fall in love with yours too)!!
It’s an amazing feeling when you’re able to embrace things about yourself especially if they were once insecurities.
I was teased all throughout my childhood for my “soup coolers” & “Jay-Z lips” now, women are paying BIG bucks to have their lips look like mine. Ha!
Although it took a while for some people to see the beauty in my African features I always knew how poppin my lips were I was just a bit insecure to wear any color on them; I would think about how dramatic each color appeared and be insecure but those days are over!
I love my pretty big lips so why not make an honest living with them!? —> this isn’t supposed to be an inappropriate joke.
(Also not a joke! Email me if you wouldn’t mind if I pop up with #PRETTYBIGLIPS & “An Ode to the “Good Girl”” near you: email@example.com)
Two years ago, I started making my own lipstick and gloss as a craft and fun hobby but the more I practice the more I see the potential in creating a great entrepreneurial opportunity.
Enjoy a short DIY video to show a little of the process:
Some of my favorite items to use to create my lipstick are:
Vitamin E oil
Lavender essential oil
I order all of my (cosmetic grade mica/pigment from Etsy!):
I also make a brown sugar lip scrub using:
Please check out my Etsy shop and support Mystiky Maquillage:
“Watch your mouth” & enjoy a unique variety of all natural moisturizing lip color. Each handmade with natural, hypoallergenic, cosmetic grade ingredients and at an affordable price. Be young, loud and proud with Mystiky Maquillage 💋”
Some of my favorite colors are:
Nothing to lose
Trial & Error
My #goals are to continue to spread truth, love, hope, and inspiration to young people and to do it in style. I’m just a young girl from Philadelphia with a vision. I created my brand young loud and proud a little over a year ago and a couple of extensions of YLP include my blog, upcoming podcast Speak Up, and now introducing Mystiky Maquillage 👄
Four countries in one week: How I survived my impulsive solo adventure Part. III:
Despite the Protest, I made it out of Paris, France in one piece!
The world is a huge melting pot.
Merriam Webster defines a melting pot as is “A place where different peoples, styles, theories, etc., are mixed together” and I couldn’t think of a better description to give the United States of America, London, Lisbon, Toronto, and Paris. In the short time that I’ve spent traveling throughout different parts of these countries (10 days total), that’s what I concluded from seeing so many places and so many faces (I did a lot of people watching lol).
I don’t know if it was just my ignorance but I never thought I’d carry on a conversation with an Asian man with a heavy British accent, or witness a young dark-skinned Portuguese girl playing with a white Barbie doll with Purple hair. I met a Filipino woman in a hostel in Portugal who spoke proper English (better than me). I heard so many different languages, beautiful accents from a variety of people that I would have never met if I hadn’t taken a chance and went on this awesome, crazy adventure!
As I said, it is/was just my ignorance of maybe the fact that I’ve been stuck in a small Philadelphia bubble for the past 27 years but I’m so glad that I’m finally got out in the world, way beyond my comfort zone…and now, there’s no stopping me!
There are people on the other side of the world, so many people different from me, but the same, it sounds completely crazy, absolutely mad, “utterly ridiculous” but please try and follow along.
See what I mean (I love rollerblading and I love Mary Jane!)!!!
Out of all of the places I visited PARIS was my favorite! Despite the violence and protests I’ve managed to avoid all of it and I had a great experience!
I took the train all around and it was so simple (compared to Portugal):
Paris❣️❣️❣️ stole my heart what a magical place❣️❣️❣️ It was definitely a great last minute addition to my itinerary & ended up being one of the highlights of my trip. I’m glad I was able to end my tour on a great note lol It didn’t rain at all (haven’t seen a blue sky in 7 whole days), the weather was warm & I finally met up with some family. Traveling solo was fun but it felt good to be around someone familiar.
I ate some tasty crepes at the BEST Creperie:
Saw the inside of an amazing Cathedral:
VISITED THE ICONIC EIFFEL TOWER:
I MEANNNNNNN…..😍 “TOUR EIFFEL”
I took the train and you couldn’t miss the stop…
No fancy descriptions: this was an absolutely beautiful experience (1. To see it light up & 2. to stand under it and get the view while looking up!)
The Palace of Versailles, King Louis XIV royal residence 😍everything about this palace from its architecture (all that gold OMG) to the gardens was just 😍😍 one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been…
(The Palace of Versailles was the official royal residence of Louis XIV & the official residence of the court of France! It was abandoned after the death King Louis in 1715..)
So yes, Paris was one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited 😍 and I was lucky enough to visit #arcdetriomphe (one of Paris’ most famous monuments built in 1806)! My grandfather was in the same spot taking in all of its glory in the 1950s❣️I thank God I was able to have a wonderful experience and see its beauty, again, all without getting caught up in the protest that began just a day after I got home.
I traveled to London, England and had the best experience ever traveling solo.
At first, I was nervous to take this trip but I’m so glad I took the chance!
The following are some of the highlights from my solo adventure.
First up (one of my favorites):
The Shard London:
The shard is the UK’s tallest structure (skyscraper) and it’s the fifth tallest building in all of Europe.
(Here’s a view from the London Tower Bridge)
It’s dubbed “the shard London” because, just like it’s name, this beautiful structure is shaped like a shard of glass.
It’s 95 stories tall and the view from the top is breathtaking.
Construction started in 2009 and doors opened in 2012 (so the Shard is fairly new). It’s home to offices, restaurants, and apartments.
The view from the Shard:
this was one of my favorite experiences because you could see all of London at once and take in all of its beauty!
The Tower Of London:
Home of the Crown Jewels!!
The most BEAUTIFUL diamonds, emeralds, rubies, sapphires, pearls, gold, royal crowns, scepters, jeweled out swords and just a bunch of royal history (from generations of the royal families) reside here.
All in one place are the most breathtaking jewels I’ve ever seen in my life.
I was not allowed to take any pictures inside but take my word for it!!
There were guards everywhere protecting the vault Crown Jewels.
The Tower of London was many things over time…
It was a defense tower:
It was a menagerie (zoo) for when the royal family would receive live gifts (animals) from all over the world.
One of my favorite stories was about the pet polar bear that King Charles received and how he would take it to the river Thames so it could fish:
The Tower was also a place of execution; within its walls was the “bloody tower” where prisoners who were sentenced to death would spend their last hours.
London Tower Bridge:
This historic landmark was built between 1886-1894 and is used to cross the Thames River.
The tower bridge gets confused as the popular “London Bridge” all of the time but this Bridge HAS NEVER FALLEN.
In fact it is built with some of the strongest materials in the world.
This Bridge was built because of the necessity of having to cross it everyday for work and other purposes (over 170,000 people cross this bridge everyday).
The steam/ engine rooms were pretty cool to visit.
Once operated by coal and a 100 person team, now a single person is able to operate this Bridge with a few clicks on a operating board.
The view of Big Ben:
Lastly, one of my favorite moments was taking a Thames River Cruise ❣️ and the view of Big Ben!
London is so beautiful at night because everything is illuminated; this cruise was the best way to see all of the lights:
Look at the London Eye!!
I purchased a three day London pass which turned out to be my best investment because I was able to skip long lines (or queues as the British say), avoid pricey entry fees, and receive other types of discounts at over 100 attractions.
<Please invest in this pass if you’re planning on doing any sightseeing in London it’s so worth it!>
Welcome to Part. II of “How I survived my impulsive solo adventure” (“No, your basic Spanish won’t help in Portugal”)
This series will detail my personal experiences while traveling solo in the hopes of encouraging my fellow solo travelers! I also want to explain the side effects of making impulsive decisions (when you rush into a trip without planning it right).
So, cheers to more careless mistakes I’ve made that snowballed into the best experience of my life!
Comfort zones are overrated
I really want to encourage people to step out of their comfort zone(s) and experience something or someplace new even if it’s just once…a year.
Even if the adventure doesn’t go exactly how you planned, the trip is still worth a shot; you don’t know what’s out there in the world until you get off your butt and see it for yourself!
Not everything (travel wise) will be perfect but, hey, it’s all about your perspective and you should be determined to take the good with the bad in any “fail” or “bust” as I’ve learned to do!
I’ve met so many people who are satisfied with where they are in life and who feel at ease dwelling in the same city blocks of their hometown.
I’ve always wondered about the people who are OK existing in a world where they’ve only traveled around >10% of it.
As if traveling somewhere new isn’t attainable or is so much of a farfetched idea (maybe this is just out of fear); I’m here to share that this big ole world is yours and it’s time to get out and explore it!
You’ll be surprised how much you’ll learn about yourself when you’re in a brand new place.
American Privilege: Imagine That
Imagine: standing in long customs’ lines, being questioned about your history, whereabouts, and intentions in a country you are trying to enter then receiving the ultimate prize: entry across the border!
Imagine saying “I’m just traveling for fun!” and getting the response “oh, I see you’re on holiday.”
This was only the beginning of my experiences last week and I melted inside at every accent I encountered, every smile, and every frown!
If you’re American, like me, all of this may be a new experience for you, with your American privilege and all…you really don’t get how foreign you are until someone is pissed at you or impatient because you don’t know the language or if you take time to examine each coin before paying for your food.
Originally my trip to Lisbon was only supposed to be a fourteen hour layover but since I was no longer going to Africa I figured why waste the $50 ticket? Maybe I could still go to Portugal and experience a really cool day trip.
I was determined to see the best of Lisboa (in turn, this was also a bust but a beautiful learning experience nonetheless).
After spending two hours in the customs line and spending the next two getting drenched by the rain and trying to make it to Castelo de Muros just to get there and find everything shut down I was so disappointed and declared it another BUST!
I waited for a bus that never came, I walked up a steep hill-ed street to another bus stop just to find out I needed the bus going in the opposite direction, and it was just a bad experience.
Picture this: you’re wandering around in a country where YOU are the foreigner.
It may seem scary at first but the more you explore the more you see yourself in other people; humanity becomes more than just a word, it becomes a realization.
There are people on the of side of this world living their lives, and they’re so much like you but so different at the same time.
To all of the people (who love to make impulsive decisions as I do), I would first like to say learning everything possible about the places you want travel PRIOR to booking the flights is key. One thing I regret is not taking the time to learn Portuguese.
*Take time to learn the language (No your basic Spanish won’t help in Portugal) and trying to sound out places with your American accent will be frustrating.
“Este Rios” is NOT pronounced how it looks…I found that out the hard way.
PLEASE, I can’t stress enough, even if it’s just the basics, take the time to learn the official language of the places you’re traveling and don’t rely so much on a translator because most times they won’t work as they should…
This was a huge inconvenience for me in Portugal and one of the reasons it was my least favorite stop along my travels. I couldn’t understand anyone and they couldn’t understand me so it made traveling via their public transit system.
I fried my brain trying to decipher these maps but I pride myself in finally figuring them out…my mission was to get to Sinatra to see the Castle of the Moors, I needed to take the 427 bus from my location, get off at “Este Rios” catch a train to Sinatra and I’d be set.
By the time I got there everything was shutdown so I had to turn right back around and head back to my hostel.
The moon was absolutely beautiful at night and I came across this massive church that I admired for a bit.
Hostel Stay (Corujinha Hostel in Portugal)
To be honest the best part of this trip was the view of the moon and my hostel stay.
Being cheap once again, I decided that instead of spending a ton of hotels I would stay in hostels.
Why pay money for hotels that I would hardly spend any time? Also, Air BNB got a bit pricey and all required prepayments!
I did so much research on hostels and read hundreds of reviews (thank you Trip Advisor, Booking.com & Reddit).
I went to college so the idea of sharing a room with a stranger didn’t scare me at all.
I stayed at the Corujinha Hostel in Portugal and I give them ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ five stars. It was extremely clean, had an awesome common room full of musical instruments and TVs! Very homely compared to so of the other hostels I encountered (I’ll do a separate blog post rating the others so stay tuned).
I’ll see you next time!
I will most likely give myself five years to learn Portuguese and go back five years after that but I WILL go back not let this experience be the only memories I make in Lisbon.
For more on my impulsive solo adventures, and to see what other countries I actually ended up in after this second FAIL, continue on in this series!
I PROMISE IT ISN’T ALL BAD PLANNING & FAILS! IT ONLY GETS BETTER FROM HERE!!!!!!!!
Click here to visit Part III of “Four countries in one week: How I survived my impulsive solo adventures”
“I’m going to Africa and I ain’t going back and forth with yall!”
My impulsive, solo, trip started with just an idea: Investing in myself will be my top priority and I would kick this idea off my by committing to international travel.
It was my birthday and I wanted to celebrate myself like I never had before so I thought “what better way to celebrate (my 27th trip around the sun) than to plan a trip to Accra, Ghana 🇬🇭
I decided I would travel to West Africa which was a no brainer because I have roots there; my father was born and raised in Ghana and I wanted to explore his old stomping grounds, possibly meet some of my family, and overall get a feel for where I come from.
What would be so terrifying about traveling to Ghana solo?
It is completely beautiful and I don’t care what the narrative may look like through mainstream America’s lenses…
I wanted to find out all about Africa’s beauty for myself (and solo if need be!).
I figured if I waited around for other family/ friends I could possibly lose my nerve…there’s no time like the present…right?
No time to answer that! I just began booking!
SHE did it & so can I!!
While being so inspired by the many female travel bloggers/IG influencers making their mark all over the world (like “@thecatchmeifyoucan”) I convinced myself I could do the same thing.
This is so true HOWEVER, planning, researching, networking, and just being honest with myself would have been key and it took a few mistakes for me to realize this.
I dedicated the past couple of years to facing my fears and accomplishing so much; I was about to cross out another “need to do” up off of my list (or so I thought)…
RESEARCH is key
I began “researching” and I started accumulating some of the “must haves” every solo female traveler should have.
I had gained all of the materials but none of the actual knowledge it would take to carry out a successful trip to Africa.
The materials included (but weren’t limited to): an awesome carry on suitcase (with a built in TSA approved lock, a great sized traveling backpack, rain proof slip on sneaker protectors, Anker power bank, travel adapter, new digital camera and mount, selfie stick, travel SIM cards, and a variety of apps downloaded on my phone to help with everything else (what’s app, hopper, WiFi map, cash app, money exchange, google translate, hotel tonight, etc.).
Before I knew it I was in the hopper app finalizing the flight arrangements because I set set, right?
Yes, I would have the physical things I needed for traveling, but the most important question was “could I actually meet the requirements to enter into the country?”
Caught up in excitement, I was overlooking key elements, like securing my safety all in the name of trying to live my best life.
I didn’t consider all of the vaccines until I contacted Penn’s travel medicine and looked into the type of travel visa I needed.
I told the angel and demon on my shoulders “I’ll be fine” and “I ain’t going back n forth with Y’all” (in my best Lil Duval impression).
Without doing the ACTUAL RESEARCH needed to actually be prepared for Africa I booked an expensive flight…
If you’re catching on to how irresponsible this trip was about to be you’re keeping up.
My biggest mistake was not doing enough research first! If I had, I would’ve realized in addition to paying almost $400 for the flight, I needed a visa to travel to Ghana (~$280), and needed to get pumped full of vaccines (averaging over $300).
At this rate, I needed to spend at least a month out there in Accra & Kumasi (and not just a week of vacation time I saved up.
For someone who was balling on a budget, I sure started off by wasting a TON of money I already didn’t have…and needed to dish out more if I wanted to step foot on the continent.
I was honest with myself and admitted I just couldn’t afford this trip (not at this point in time).
I would’ve spent all of my money just trying to get there and one week wouldn’t be enough time at all to enjoy it all!
I was going to keep this trip a secret but as discouraged as I was becoming I decided to talk to my mom about it.
I was so reluctant about that because I knew she would freak out at the idea of me going anywhere solo let alone the place where she had the worst experience of her life.
My parents honeymooned in Ghana with back in 1990 and my mom was so homesick and out of her element so I just knew she would be totally biased against me going.
Anyway, I decided to share my dilemma with her I started off with “mom, I booked a crazy trip” and smiled reluctantly.
She asked where and when I told her she said she was sad and didn’t want me to go but I already knew that.
She said it’s not like it’s Cali it’s Africa lol okkk I realized that I started explaining the money situation because I value her opinion.
Finally, I decided I wouldn’t go all the way but stop in some places where I didn’t need any vaccines or visas, just my passport which I had and was eager to get it stamped.
GHANA WAS A FAIL (for now…but with better planning I’m definitely taking a crack at it again)!!Hopefully I’ll go when I turn 30!!
We all make mistakes and sometimes they cost us big time. I’m thankful I listened to my gut and my mom (and went back and forth lol) because I could’ve spent all of my money just to get to Africa and I probably would’ve had a terrible time (being short on money which isn’t a good look!).
For more on my impulsive solo adventures, and to see what four countries I actually ended up in after this FAIL, continue on in this series!
After a very long Megabus ride from Philly (almost 11 hours including two 20 minute layovers) I finally made it to Canada!
Today marks day #1 of my solo adventure and I had a great time exploring downtown Toronto.
You may be asking why the heck I opted for such a long bus trip and the truth is I was just being cheap lol the bus ticket was only $30.
When you purchase Megabus tickets in advance you can travel almost anywhere at a discounted price (compared to flying).
Anyway, ITS COLD! The high today was only 29 degrees and it was pretty windy (not too far off from Philadelphia temperatures right now so I was prepared).
I’m just thankful it wasn’t snowing today and there was barely any evidence of last week’s snowfall so it’s all good.
Although the temperatures are pretty cold I felt nothing but positive vibes from the warm welcome of Toronto today.
I dedicated my morning to exploring on foot and it was pretty simple figuring out my way around downtown.
Although my phone didn’t work a lick and there weren’t any available WiFi networks to connect to, I found the places I had been researching prior, just fine.
The streets were pretty familiar thanks Google maps (especially street view)!
Streets like Augusta & Queen (near Graffiti Alley), Bay Street, University Ave, and some other major landmarks (like Union Station) were so easy to find.
I’m only passing through Toronto and for the short time I had to spend here I needed to visit Graffiti Alley!
I think street art is so beautiful. There is an entire section in Toronto dedicated to this type of art and it’s dubbed “Graffiti Alley.”
Think of the artist and how FREE they are in the moments of creating these pieces.
I enjoyed the art as well as the extremely friendly people I met why exploring.
One thing I’ve learned already from traveling solo is that there really are some kind hearted people out here (the kindness started with my Megabus driver letting me on the bus early to get me out of the cold so shout out to him and the entire South Philly!!!)…
I didn’t get much time to do the traditional touristy things (I managed to get some great pictures of the UN tower though; I couldn’t miss that lol) but nonetheless my day was unforgettable.
Stay tuned for the rest of my solo adventures this week! I’m traveling to London, Portugal, & Paris. Follow me on IG for more @mystik.y & @youngloudproud
More blog posts coming soon!
What does it mean to be Passionate? Let me know! Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conversations about passion are rated “M” for mature (just like video games). I actually think that conversations/topics should be rated; not everyone should be able to engage. This is only my opinion of course, but I am totally against the phrase “everyone is entitled to their opinion” because certain conversations just aren’t for certain people.
For example: Why should men have these huge debates and be the decision makers on women’s rights? Why should privileged members of law enforcement be able to police neighborhoods that are 95% underprivileged?
My list of questions goes on…
You may be thinking “what does maturity have to do with anything?” but the reality is many of decisions (made by the powers that be) start off with a simple conversation, dialog, etc. and I want to know how they go.
I think important conversations involve being vulnerable and honest, it involves self-analyzation and requires knowledge of self AND others. How do you know what you’re passionate about or how can you engage in a top priority conversation if you don’t know yourself and unaware of the needs of others?
It takes a mature person to be able to witness the turmoil happening in America and communicate their concerns respectfully and while being politically correct while the rest of us are angry, demanding answers and seeking immediate change. I think this is where passion plays a key role.
Can you be passionate while simultaneously being politically correct?
I want to use an example of a topic that many people still debate about…
A video game rated “M” for mature is a virtual game that depicts a series of violence from robbing stores for profit/stealing cars, and the brutal killing of men and women. There are graphic sexualized displays of violence toward women including arrest, capture and excessive force. The most disturbing is the gruesome/graphic footage of the killings, I have researched and found images that include half-naked women held captive.
Games similar to these are the cause of our tolerance for violence and the injustice/unfair/cruel and unusual punishment and treatment of women. There is a graphic scene that I came across while researching the various video games available to the public. It was a woman in a bikini in the middle of the train track, bound with a gun to her head. There is sexualization in the embarrassment, torture, and abuse of women that is acceptable to some people.
Who is responsible for the creation of these games and what were the conversations that led up to the approval of these offensive images?
Someone who may be extremely passionate about feminism, pro-blackness, and who is strongly against violence (especially through the gaming world as it affects minors) will passionately get their point across. It may not be in the most respectful or politically correct way but let’s focus on the overall message.
I commute into work every day, and I pass by Brian, a vendor for #OSAPhilly (One Step Away Philadelphia). You can’t miss him he’s always greeting the stream of commuters with an enthusiastic “GOOD MORNING!” even if no one returns the love.
I’m usually halfway asleep (and not fully accepting of the fact that I’m more than halfway to work) but Brian’s greetings snap me back to reality (thank you for that)!
This morning he was excited to stop me and tell me all about the two poems he wrote in this morning’s One Step Away Paper (“We Matter” issue) check them out (Disclaimer: I told Brian I would be putting him on Young Loud Proud and he said it was fine):
The purpose is to create jobs for members of the homeless population, in the hopes of diminishing people experiencing homelessness and joblessness in Philadelphia.
Vendors, volunteers, and the staff at One Step Away create the paper by contributing to its content; filling the paper with personal experiences, stories, poems, and insights.
The vendors then distribute One Step Away on the streets of Philadelphia, advocating for social change.
Vendors (Philadelphia residents experiencing hardships) receive their first 20 newspapers for free with additional papers costing 25 cents.
The vendors sell the newspapers on the streets of Philadelphia for a dollar (or whatever donation they receive), and they can keep the profit.
This process helps the vendors to gain self-sufficiency, engage with the public and strengthen social skills, gain employable skills, and most importantly earn an income.
New blog posts are up on #youngloudproud.com I’m continuing to shine light on #blackexcellence ✨ “I can’t help but to SHOUT OUT the #YLP kings & queens and their incredible stories.
There are always so many noteworthy #blackexcellence posts being shared all over my social media timelines/dashboards/feeds/etc. and I feel like the positive needs more recognition period!!!!
Thank you all!!! From the people who post/repost, to the people being shouted out- who are out here putting in the work, paving the way and grinding!
You fuel this blog:. I find so many melinated people so inspirational and motivating and at the end of the day that’s why this blog YOUNG LOUD PROUD even exists, so again, thank you all.
If you have a personal story or someone you want to SHOUT OUT for being #YLP don’t be afraid to email me: email@example.com
I look forward to hearing from you.”💪🏾❤️🙌🏾💕✨ (blogged by @mystik.y)
Here’s a bit of background just Incase you’re curious on how/why YLP came to be:
My interests in journalism continuously grow. I love to read and have always enjoyed creating stories both fictional and non-fictional. I have a strong interest in literature and always wanted to spread knowledge to teach people while spreading the truth. Growing up, my mother nicknamed me Action News because I reminded her of a reporter; consistently gathering information and investigating.
My long term goals include writing/publishing a novel and ultimately publishing my own magazine. I’m slowly but surely accomplishing my goals (An Ode to the “Good Girl” is now available through Amazon). My short term goals include continuing my education to advance my journalistic integrity and acquire additional skills. A girl can never really stop learning right?
One thing I’ll always need is to hear from YOU!! Please email me you thoughts comments concerns contributions, etc. firstname.lastname@example.org stay blessed, stay YLP!!