Investing In Your Brand

Investing In Your Brand

Investing does not have to mean spending a lot of money or spending at all. I started my blog in 2016 with a dollar and a dream. I created 7even Reign the same day I moved back in with my parents. I remember asking my daddy for $26 to pay for my Squarespace account. That gives you a clear visual of how broke I was. To this day, it was THE best $26 I’ve spent. Because of it, I was able to begin my journey into a new world.

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Things You Don’t Know About my Life As A Blogger

Things You Don’t Know About my Life As A Blogger

A lot of work goes into blogging. A lot of which you do not get to see or hear about. It takes self motivation and a bunch of pick me ups. Every day is not easy, however it is rewarding. Some days require isolation. You have to get away to become inspired. Your getaway may be a cafe, the beach, or office. My inspiration comes from experiencing new things and people. I am not easily inspired by sitting at home all day. I have to venture out and not feel confined.

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November Highlights

November Highlights

To my surprise, November brought me many blessings in disguise. I truly have much to be thankful for. I have my health, Husband, family, and you. With the month coming to an end, I wanted to share my best moments. I hope you have a lot to give thanks for too. 

Visiting Home

Early one morning, I woke up to several missed calls and a message from my daddy saying, “The doctor found a tumor on the right side of your mama’s brain. She has to have emergency surgery to remove it.” I had no idea what to think. When I called him back, he was at the hospital with family. He said I could talk to my mama later

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8 Reasons Why I Love Okinawa

8 Reasons Why I Love Okinawa

Each mural you see will be well crafted and many have a significant meaning behind it. Some murals are culture related, promote businesses or peace, and many are painted for you to pose in front of. Murals such as “Black District” tells you a story. This street was primarily for African American troops during the WWll era. It was called Teruya Kokujin Machi, meaning: Teruya Black Town.

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