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The UnVeiling of Just Kahlua

To live is to die. To die is to live.

Life is Love. Love is Death.

To love, one must die so that others can live.

The un-Veiling of Kahlua has begun.

Yeah though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil.

During this time of grief, love, and loss, I turned to my inner faith for guidance and peace as I navigated through this journey. It is cliche to say that we all have been affected by the national pandemic of 2020. However, we must not just go on with our daily lives without celebrating their l My mother poured everything she had into me. My close friends, co-workers, clients and church members that turned into family have all poured life into me. This is a season of life not death.

Let's celebrate the new normal, the new you. The fall and winter seasons are the perfect time to cozy up and unveil a better you. To reveal one's true self, you must make visible the authentic you. After making my soul commitment vows, I fell in love with the idea of the 'giving you all of me moment'...and lost me in the moment. The true spiritual meaning of the unveiling moment is when the man who has anticipated for months perhaps even years to see how pure and beautiful his bride is under the veil.

The unVeiling of Just Kahlua: Glam 3:16

Verb: To reveal oneself. To make visible by removing a veil or covering. To disclose.

We are overcomed by others testestimines. I have compiled a book of my writings, mantras, and meditation called Glam 3:16 to inspire others to seek peace from within when life looks hopeless. Glam 3:16 includes a helpful guide to happy and hydrated skin after crying over the wrong dude, the beauty basics, and wellness benefits, and realistic lifestyle tips you can incorporate into your life now.


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