Intimacy

I had a pleasant conversation with a good friend of mine, and she mentioned having a women’s meet-up about intimacy. Now when she spoke about intimacy I thought about, love, sex, desire and infatuation, But she was on a whole other level.

She kept asking me to repeat the word intimacy, so I did, and she was like saying it extremely fast. Okay… so I did. “LIGHT BULB” She meant for the person who is willing to get to know me is willing to look-in-ti-mi and see me for whom I am, and love what is there. Intimacy is so much more than a sweet kiss or a gentle hug. We fail to realize  to look at yourself and see you whom you are… You need to figure out who you are first.

Who are you?

What is your five year chief aim?

Are you even happy with yourself?

No, I am not an expert, but I am a woman who has been through hell and high water. I went from hating myself, beating myself up and allowing others to do the same because I thought it was common. Until I woke up on the right side of the bed, looked at my reflection and realized I wanted the old me back. Sophisticated, Sassy, Ambitious, Sexy, Kind and I never give up on what I believe in.

So at the end of the day, you must look at yourself in the mirror and ask yourself who am I and what is my worth. I have always considered myself PRICELESS!

The next time you hear or see the word intimacy know this word has a higher meaning.

LOVE yourself for whom you are, and if you don’t like what you are CHANGE IT

Remember: You are the Master of your Abilities and Everything is Possible.

If you are looking to be inspired, and get off your backside and live your life watch this documentary.

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Beyonce pretty much owned cable TV on Saturday night.

HBO’s documentary “Beyonce: Life Is but a Dream” pulled 1.8 million viewers during its 9 p.m. ET premiere. It’s the largest audience for a HBO doc since Nielsen revised its method of measuring viewership in 2004.

The only other documentary to approach Beyonce’s haul was previous record holder “When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts.” The Spike Lee miniseries about the devastation caused to New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina earned 1.7 million viewers in 2006.

“Life Is but a Dream’s” haul pulled three times the ratings of recent first-runs for HBO’s Sunday series “Girls.”

Beyonce’s presence was also felt on OWN. Her one-hour interview on “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” premiering at 8 p.m. Saturday, averaged just above 1.3 million viewers. That topped all of ad-supported cable’s non-sports programs in the targeted women 25-54 demographic in the time period.

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Hard work and dedication will always pay off. Congrats Rihanna!

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This week just got better for Rihanna. On Sunday she debuted her collaboration with River Island aptly titled Rihanna for River Island, today marks her 25th birthday, and today also marks the day that Riri is embarking on a new “creative partnership” with M.A.C. Cosmetics. This girl puts in work, it’s only Wednesday, there’s still 3 more days left in the week!

WWD reported that M.A.C. and Rihanna have creatively partnered for  RiRi Hearts MAC., four limited edition color collections set to launch throughout 2013. This collection marks a first for both Rihanna and M.A.C., being that Rihanna has never partnered with a cosmetics giant such as them, and M.A.C. has never worked with a celebrity on a long-term collaborative effort before.

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RiRi Woo“, a play on the brand’s iconic ‘Ruby Woo’  shade, is the signature lip color that each collection will be built around.  ‘RiRi Woo’ will launch first, online and at Rihanna’s ‘Diamonds Tour’…

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