I know that this #MondayMotivation quote has to seem very cliche and corny. Trust in your journey. Brittany, you can do better than this. I hear some of the judgment now LOL! But I mean this because I’m going through this myself. So I hope my mini spiel this morning can help someone.

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Learning to B Good with Being Alone

This post….is for the singles. The ones who smile seeing their friends get married and have kids, while lowkey wondering when it will be their turn. I’m with you. This post is NOT for the judgemental. This is a transparent post for me that I hope reaches whoever it’s supposed to reach. If it don’t apply, let it fly.

Let me start this post by saying this isn’t meant to be bitter, mad, or upset. I’m really not. This is not a man-bashing post or a post to lament my singleness. This isn’t a post to open the door for dates, either. *laughs* I’ve just been taking a lot of time to learn things about myself and my patterns these past few years. Including my dating and relationship habits and how they’ve reflected who I am and what I needed to work on. This post has been on my heart for a long, long time. Today, May 1, 2022, on the fifth anniversary of Imperfectly B, as I work towards a new level of the site, it seems fitting to write on this. Soooo….here we go.

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Six Tips To Help Build Up Your Self-Confidence

A lot of us struggle with self-confidence from time to time, myself included. I truly am my own worst critic and I imagine I will continue to be. However, I’m trying my best to incorporate some new things to keep my confidence and self-esteem up.

Self-confidence really is like a muscle you have to maintain. If you continue to work it out, it will grow. If you don’t, it tends to flop and sag. So here are six tips that are helping me build up and maintain self-confidence…I hope they help you too!

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#MustWatch: ‘Chadwick Boseman: Portrait of an Artist’ Is a Push to Finally Take Your Craft Seriously

I LOVE Chadwick Boseman. I have since 2008-ish, when he had a recurring role on Lincoln Heights on ABC Family (now Freeform). As he grew in his career, I continued to watch in amazement like, ‘This guy is really something.’ Not only was he an incredible actor, but, from his interviews I watched, he also seemed like a real cool, down to earth dude to kick it with. After Black Panther came out, I felt like more of the world REALLY got that too.

I was and continue to be one of his biggest fans even after his untimely passing of colon cancer in 2020. So when Netflix announced that they were releasing a special in his honor, appropriately titled Chadwick Boseman: Portrait of an Artist, I knew I had to watch. Even as bittersweet as it was. However, just in this short special, I left feeling inspired to do more.

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#MustWatch: Debbie Allen Continues Her ‘Dance Dreams’ In New Netflix Documentary

I haven’t done a #MustWatch post in a long, long while. I plan to do more but only when I find documentaries or shows that really inspire me to tap more into my passions

That was the case when I watched one of the latest Netflix documentaries centering around the legendary Debbie Allen — dancer, choreographer, actress, producer, entrepreneur, and the list goes on! This woman has a resume miles long so when I saw that Netflix was doing a documentary on her (produced by Shonda Rhimes, no less!), I knew I would be watching! Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker gives viewers an inside look at Ms. Allen’s career, her dance academy, and her unique production of The Nutcracker that she puts on every year with hundreds of students!

But, of course, there’s valuable lessons to take away from the documentary as well.

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