Donate Here Now!

July 15 is National Give Something Away Day, which means it's the best time to finally re-evaluate, declutter and edit down your wardrobe, shelves and those kitchen cabinets. More than 15 million tons of used textile waste is generated each year in the United States, and the amount has doubled over the last 20 years. … Continue reading Donate Here Now!

Refashion at NYC x Reuse Community Fest

Peace Community, New York City Department of Sanitation's donateNYC Program in collaboration with the NYC Center for Materials Reuse curated their very first NYC x Reuse Community Fest in June at the at the Metropolitan Pavilion. DonateNYC is an essential part of NYC’s zero waste initiative, helping New Yorkers reach the goal of sending zero waste … Continue reading Refashion at NYC x Reuse Community Fest

7 Must Watch Documentaries on Sustainability in 2019

"Do the best you can until you know better. Then, when you know better, do better." I'm unsure if Maya Angelou was specifically referring to sustainable living or environmental consciousness but the lesson here is to empower yourself with knowledge...then be the change. These seven documentaries will be the catalysts. I promise! 1. True Cost … Continue reading 7 Must Watch Documentaries on Sustainability in 2019

Plant Obsession: Repotting Pothos

Hey Community, Pothos plants are one of the most popular and easy houseplants there are. They need minimal care, they are super low maintenance and excellent for those who believe the myth of having "black thumbs". They're excellent plants for indoor locations such offices and dorm rooms; they can thrive on nothing but fluorescent lighting. … Continue reading Plant Obsession: Repotting Pothos

“One Dress” Challenge

Hey Community! The world now consumes 80 billion pieces of clothing each year, which is up 400% from two decades ago, and the average American throws away more than 80 pounds of clothes each year! We only wear our clothing 3 times before we consider it old and it falls to the back of our … Continue reading “One Dress” Challenge

D.I.Y. Obsession: How To Turn A Thrift Store Sweater Into A Two-Piece Set

Peace Community, Today, I’m coming at you with another Do It Yourself post. It’s that time of year where we are revamping and re-evaluating our closets in preparation for the Spring season! Maybe you’ve got a closet full of clothing that doesn’t fit anymore or you have a loved item that you want to wear from … Continue reading D.I.Y. Obsession: How To Turn A Thrift Store Sweater Into A Two-Piece Set

Trash Talk: Did You Know?

Hi Community, Check out my new Trash Talk video reviewing 3 shocking Fast Fashion impacts that affect our planet. https://youtu.be/KlanseVD7As?t=41 Were these new to you? Share your thoughts. Peace & Positive Vibes

Enough

"Opened the door and there they stood The loves I hadn't called With mindfulness, saw their need for my attention" ( I've been writing in Haikus lately. lol) This was my experience a few mornings ago, when I open my closet. So many delicious colors, styles and fabrics, I've thrifted from all over the U.S. … Continue reading Enough

Thrifted at the 2017 BET Awards

Whether it's for the love of music, fashion or you were watching along with Black Twitter for  the next viral moment, all eyes were tuned into BET yesterday. During this 4 day party, BET celebrated the best in black culture with panel discussions, sponsored activations, free concerts, giveaways and more leading up to our biggest night of the year. … Continue reading Thrifted at the 2017 BET Awards

Mixed Prints & Ice Cream

Sunny Sundays in Brooklyn are for bursts of color, people watching and ice-cream. After an impromptu photoshoot and a few Instagram swipes, my cousin suggested we drive to Ample Hills for a few scoops of heaven. We found a parking spot right in front of this vintage inspired ice cream parlor so I knew that we were … Continue reading Mixed Prints & Ice Cream