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November 2017

Lifestyle

DIY Friend Gift Guide

Listen. DIY is life. Well, at least my life. It is very satisfying creating something with my hands. I am sure we all have a friend that says, “I can make that for WAY less,” once a week. Bulk up their supply closet with the necessities. Every good craftsman needs good tools. This gift guide will guarantee they help you with every diy project you end up tackling. I’m sure of it.


Gifting just got easier! The links below will send you directly to the merch itself or a narrowed down list of the item listed. Get ready to be the best gift giver this season!

  1. Liquid leaf paint
  2. Cutting mat
  3. Scissor sets
  4. X-acto knife
  5. Pompom maker
  6. Silhouette
  7. Bonus: Another machine for variety that is just as great- Cricut
  8. Craftsy
  9. Black & Decker tool set

 

xoxo,Panda

Lifestyle

Bookworm Gift Guide

I remember when I longed to just read for pleasure when I was in school. Then I remember when I was so turned off from reading so much in school, I vowed to never pick up a book again once it was over. This guide is not for people like me. This guide is for people who take their book on vacation and read on the beach. A good night consists of a book and a glass of wine. Those who prefer books over people deserve great gifts too. Use this guide to be added to the list of people they like outside of created characters.

Gifting just got easier! The links below will send you directly to the merch itself or a narrowed down list of the item listed. Get ready to be the best gift giver this season!

  1. Twerk a Book tote
  2. Audible
  3. Knowledge is Power tee
  4. Kindle Fire HD 8 with Alexa
  5. We Were in Power for Eight Years
  6. Book light

 

xoxo, Panda

 

Lifestyle, Updates

Last Minute Friendsgiving Tips!

In addition to Thanksgiving dinner, you are probably invited to a few Friendsgivings celebrations. These gatherings can usually be a little more fun and lighthearted. No explaining to your family why your still single or why you haven’t upgraded your entire life yet. Most Friendsgivings are potluck style and unless you are great in the kitchen, it can be hard to know what to bring. Here is a quick list of items that can be easily made or fairly inexpensive to buy.

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Lifestyle

Woke Friend Gift Guide

Being woke never looked so good. We all know that person who thinks casual conversation starts on the topic of PTSD (post traumatic slave disorder) and ends with reparations. Or maybe you just surround ourselves with people who want the best for their community. This guide was created with them in mind.  Gift them one or all of these dope curated items to keep them fresh and enlightened while pursuing greatness.

Gifting just got easier! The links below will send you directly to the merch itself or a narrowed down list of the item listed. Get ready to be the best gift giver this season!

  1. A Seat at the Table
  2. Maxine the Maverick tee
  3. Black by Popular Demand windbreaker
  4. The Color of Law
  5. Essential Soaps
  6. Soapy Faith
  7. Respect, Protect, Love Black Women tee

 

xoxo, Panda

Lifestyle

Newbie Traveler Gift Guide

Can you believe it’s already the holiday season? It was just June! Time is flying by. I wanted to help take some of the stress out of the holidays by coming up with my first ever gift guides! My hope is that they will help you give the most thoughtful and practical gifts to your friends and family. If you’ve got friends like me, the vacation requests for 2018 are already submitted. So, here is a gift guide for that red-eye catching, carry-on toting traveler. Get ready to experience serious FOMO.

Gifting just got easier! The links below will send you directly to the merch itself or a narrowed down list of the item listed. Get ready to be the best gift giver this season!

  1. Packing cubes
  2. Double barrel water bottle
  3. Sphynx 3-in-1 travel razor
  4. Noise canceling headphones
  5. Instanx Mini 9 instant film camera
  6. Neck pillow
  7. Blanket scarf
Lifestyle, Updates

7 Tips for Hosting Your First Event

 

I am in the process planning the follow-up to an event I threw earlier this year. At the end of January, I hosted a retreat for millennial women of color.  I felt compelled to create an event like this for my community and decided to take on the task.Continue reading

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