• DeYana,  Rants&Randoms

    4 Ways to Stay Disciplined!

    Lately I’ve noticed that a lot of my disappointments are from goals not being met or things not being accomplished. I find that I am my own enemy at times. There are projects that I’ve wanted done, weight I’ve wanted gone, and numerous other tasks that are merely started. After taking a moment to allow myself to be a victim, I really sat and pondered on why the things I want most I have barely achieved. It all boiled down to one word, DISCIPLINE! I have little to no self discipline. So my goal for the next few months is to strengthen myself in that area. Here’s how:   Plan…

  • DeYana,  W.O.W

    5 Ways To Add More Peace Into Your Life!

    Achieving peace has been a struggle for me in the past. I have always allowed exterior issues to create internal stress. I would commit myself to too much, hold on to people who meant me no good, surf the web and compare my life to what i’d see on social media. None of these things contributed to a peaceful life for me. So, I cut it out! I created a plan that I would stick to in order to develop positive habits and maintain my much needed inner peace. I decided to do the following: Disconnect Sometimes you just have to shut off your phone, get off of your computer…

  • DeYana,  She Poppin!

    Respected Roots: Hair Moisturizer Review!

    Today, I am going to be reviewing a product that I picked up while at the Atlanta Womens Expo. The brand is called Respected Roots and they specialize in natural products for beard, hair and skin care. You can check out their website here. This particular product is their hair moisturizer and it was created to promote healthy moisturized hair for men and women. So without further adue, lets get into it! Price: $ So, the price of the moisturizer was $10.00 for 4 fl oz. I typically pay around this price for my hair products, so this wasn’t too bad for me. However, I did feel that it could…

  • DeYana,  She Poppin!

    6 Months to Healthy Hair Challenge!

    Healthy hair is something we all want to have. Since about July of last year, I have been a jerk to my hair. I cut it, dyed it and fried it. Literally. My hair was about mid back length in the beginning of summer 2017. I wasn’t taking care of my hair at all. I straightened my hair multiple times to find the perfect style for my wedding day and did damage when I straightened it for my brother’s wedding. Since I am ready to take charge and regain a healthy head of hair, I will be on a healthy hair challenge for the next 6 months. Here are the…

  • DeYana

    DeYana Haynes

    Fancy to meet you! My name is Dee and I personally want to thank you for stopping by and sharing the love. So, to know me is definitely to love me. I’m a goofball who loves all things natural and enjoys music, the arts, and food. I am joyfully married and my husband and I go half on our pup, Manny. All in all, I’m just your regular degular 25 year old chica. Living, learning and hoping to drop some nuggets I pick up along the way for you. Thanks again for joining us! Until next time, Stay edgy <3                    …

  • DeYana,  W.O.W

    Dee’s Truths – Why I’m “Selfish” With My Time

    Dee’s Truth – Part I: Since I was young, I have been this flowy yet grounded figure. I flow and go like the wind, but there’s like an anchor that knows just when to release itself and keep me from going off too far. I’ve been interested in so many things, tried so many things, given up on so many things. I grew to look at myself as somewhat of a fickle person. It wasn’t something that I liked about myself because I associated it with negativity. I never felt fickle with people, but a lot of times I feel that was reflected on me and I took it on,…

  • DeYana,  Rants&Randoms

    Can Memories Be Hereditary ?

    Can Memories Be Hereditary?? My husband and I tend to converse about the conspiracies, myths, and mysteries of the world. We’re always questioning things and discussing and/or debating our views on them. He’s always finding new interesting ideas and bringing them to me to discuss. The most recent discussion we had stemmed from our pup, Manny.  Since birth no one has had to teach him the characteristics of a dog, he has lived with us since he was 6 weeks old and from then, he has behaved very wolf like. The reason Dre (my husband) was so interested in this was because when Manny would do anything that we couldn’t…

  • DeYana,  Rants&Randoms

    Rich Dad Poor Dad: A Book Review

    Rich Dad, Poor Dad: On my quest for wealth, I have started reading a ton of books on business and self improvement.  Rich Dad, Poor Dad was actually one the first financial books I had ever read. My husband, boyfriend at the time told me about this book years ago. I read it, not really understanding what it meant or how to apply its principles. I read this book again recently and I must say it is a great read!  It opened my eyes to so many new concepts and ideas. I learned the way different streams of income work. It taught me how to see past the mind of an…

  • DeYana,  W.O.W

    Faith Without Works Is Dead!

    Faith Without Works is Dead! I want to be rich! *catches up on favorite TV shows* I sure wish I could get that new job *never updates resume* No matter what I do, I just can’t lose weight *eats the 3rd thousand calorie meal of the day* How many of you are guilty of this? I know I am. Guilty of “proclaiming” I want something so bad and continuing my day without making any effort to obtain it. Here’s what’s funny to me, getting upset when things don’t work out how we planned in our head when we did absolutely nothing, but run our lips about what it is that…

  • DeYana,  Foody Fridays

    Field Roast Review!

    It’s Foody Friday guys and today I’m coming to you with a review! This review is on a product that I recently tried. So quick back story, I am a fairly new vegetarian. I gave up meat in July of 2017. So as any new experience goes, it has been a bit of a journey trying to grow accustom. Not because I’m still a fiend for meat or anything, but because I really had no clue what to eat. I mean yeah, eat vegetables right.  Well I do, but It’s kinda aggravating only eating sides for dinner every night. The good news is, the longer I’ve been learning this vegetarian…

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