…and a very Happy 36th Birthday to me! Find out what I mean, when you watch this episode of Zara Talks.
…it’s way too much going on to be without food for days! Or, is it? Find out what I mean (and more) when you watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Watch the first episode of this new series I’m thinking about bringing to you. If you like the series idea, leave a comment or send your question via the contact link in my IG bio.
How can you better your body? In this episode of Zara Talks, me and the family get more serious about health habits. See what I mean (and more) when you watch.
Memphis was full of rain drops, but this little girl was full of light and made me dream again. See what I mean when you watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Ever consider that your health issues may be related to what you’re drinking every day? Find out how much of this important liquid you need to drink on a daily basis, for your best health!
What’s your worst church experience? I have two. In this episode of “Spillin the Tea On Me” I talk about the one that turned my face into monster-mode, and what I learned to do different. Get the story when you watch.
Is the magnesium citrate liquid form too harsh on your system? Try this alternative instead. Remember, this is an update video.
Do you know Arrested Development’s song “Tennessee”? Part of the lyrics go: “Lord, I’ve really been real stressed, down and out, losing ground,” and “Take me to another place, take me to another land. Make me forget all that hurts me, let me understand your plan.” If you’ve been watching the past few VLOGs, you know those particular parts of the song, and more, ring so true for me (I know the song’s message extends beyond my circumstance). But get this! We happened to get to go on another trip…to Tennessee, with my husband for a work project; right in the midst of the same season. Ironic huh? Watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG to see all about it.
Ever get caught up caring for the needs of others before you’re even out of your own pit? After weeks of personal grief, I started to feel a little better. My family needed some quality time more than people outside my home deserved it. A trip to sunny Florida took us away to get the ball rolling. Watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG to see.
Ever face times when everything gets in the way of your plans? Yeah, that’s us…in this episode of Zara & Family VLOG. Watch to see what I mean.
Thought I was okay, but had a moment in the middle of my pressing [Phil. 3:14] through. Watch what I mean when you see this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
You ever lose more than one person at the same time, and feel stuck in a pit? My emotions went through the ringer with the car accident at the top of the New Year, a birthday celebration for my son and the death of his grandfather the same day–after already trying to cope with the loss of my close aunt not long before. Then, jetting from ATL, on the fly, for the funerals in north Jersey. Whew. Made me remember that no two people grieve the same; and it hit me worse than I expected. However, it came time to leave NJ and meet the needs of my immediate family in ATL. It’s so crazy how you can look totally opposite of how your heart feels inside. See what I mean when you watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Look at things turn around! Although the grief was nowhere near gone, God did use it for good. My father’s side of my family got a chance to reconnect on some level, and I got to edit the first draft of my manuscript at home base. See what I mean when you watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Remember we left off the night of my aunt’s funeral, right? I had the ugly cry (and that basement lighting had me looking even crazier). Watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG, to see the morning after and the emotional events that followed.
Face it, utter frustration can result when in the waiting room of God’s timetable. But, what if you’re not the one waiting (even though you think you are)? Find out what I mean—and how to move forward—when you watch this episode of Zara Talks.
We celebrated Kinsi’s birthday and found out his great grandfather passed on the same day. This, after one of my close aunts also passed. So, it was necessary to get back to New Jersey. Watch the emotional trip up north, in this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Help me wish my first-born daughter, Harlem, a very Happy Birthday!!!
Here’s some morning inspiration—or afternoon, or evening, depending on when you hit “play”—for you, from my daughter Evyr Anadai. She can actually sing this song better, but got nervous having to do it in front of the camera for some reason. Also important to note, she basically teaches herself (with a little input from me and her father). Subscribe to see her grow in her dream of being a singer, and give her a million thumbs up for being brave!
When will the after-effects of the car accident end? It’s been a long process to get our car repaired. In the meantime, we’ve still got to attack a daily to-do list for our 5-unit-family home. Watch what I mean in this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Feeling lonely? No plans? Hang with me and my husband on Valentine’s Day evening! Talk with us LIVE about love and life at 8:30 p.m. EST! We’re taking your questions, and glad to answer them. Make sure you subscribe.
What’s her best life lesson? What about dating and marital advice? What kept her going in difficult times? To celebrate Black History Month, I wanted to highlight an elder from my own family tree. Celebrate with me, and get life advice from my 84-year-old Nana, when you watch this video.
We started out the New Year with a car crashing into ours! Now, it’s not drivable (so frustrating). Still, we must press on with His peace. Right? Watch what I mean in this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Find out when you watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Remember that “Spillin’ the Tea On Me” installment I did entitled Friendship Struggles? Well, I never got to update you on some of the ridiculous feedback I got. Since I haven’t spilled any tea on me in a while, I decided to bring the stories back with an update on this particular one. Get the “tea” when you watch this new installment.
Recognize the traits of opinionated people, and two ways to deal with them (like Yeshua)—on this episode of Zara Talks.
After 30 days away, I’m back in ATL. But watch what happened in Cali first. Go behind the scenes of my 30-day journey away from it all, in this video.
…it’s so hard, but necessary.
There won’t ever be a time it’s not necessary to present diligent pleas to God—therefore, we must never grow weary in having to do so. We may get tired of facing affliction and storms, but we must never get tired of praying through them. Find out why when you watch this episode of Zara Talks.
Can I just tell you? I swore up and down (just the north Jerz in me, using my normal figure of speech to show how certain I was), that I was writing one novel. All the way up until the middle of 2017. I would look at my outline for It Came 2 Pass and feel like I had a mountain to climb—that I’d never be able to.