Totally checking out your Pinterest post! I still struggle, and it’s my least used social media account, so I’m hoping to find something helpful! Thanks for sharing <3
This is a *few* days late, but I am just going to blame this on Beyonce’s marketing team.
I decided that I would start doing a monthly roundup of the top post from the previous month. I have gotten so many emails lately, especially due to my Pinterest post. So if you are just now jumping on the Grits & Grace train, I wanted to give you few of our top posts from the previous month for you to check out.
“Welcome To The 6th Circle of Hell, AKA Pinterest“
Just by the title alone, you can guess what this one is about. If you have ever tried to look something up real quick on Pinterest, and haven’t successfully logged off after 3 minutes, then you are not alone. And if you have; well you are a goddess, and I worship your will power. Check this post our here
“33 Lessons I’ve Learned in 33 Years”
It’s always been my goal to be the best that I can (that is everyone’s goal right?). But sometimes I fall short. I decided to embrace my Jesus year, and take everything that I have learned and share it with others, so that hopefully they won’t have the same slip ups I have. Jesus fed 5,000 people with a few loaves of bread and fish, I am hoping to feed my little bit of knowledge to millions. To read this post click here.
“How To Stay Committed To Your Workout”
This was by far one of my favorite posts. Primarily because it detailed how co-editor Nicole, managed her nearly 70lb weight loss. It was an amazing feat for her, and we have gotten so much positive feedback, in the last few weeks from people who have started implementing these steps. Nicole was also featured on Black Women Losing Weight, where they talked to her about her journey. To start your journey with weight loss, click here.
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Love of impromptu dance parties, 80’s cartoons, and horizontal life pauses (aka naps); Natasha Brown is a stay at home mom of 4 kids, and wife to one lucky guy! In her spare time, she is co-editor of Grits & Grace, as well as editor for The Mother Hustler Blog and Creative Director for the Mother Hustler podcast.