Happy New Year!

Hi Foxy People!

2018 was an amazing year! It was filled with new beginnings. I was blessed to go from a blogger to a chef/business owner who hosts cooking demonstrations. I’ve had partnerships with so many wonderful businesses and fellow bloggers alike. I even lived out my dreams of being featured in a major publication and conducting a cooking demonstration at a farmers market. I’m so happy that I was able to share my journey with each of you! Life can be a crazy, a hot mess, filled with twists and turns, but it’s all wrapped up in moments of happiness, the best outcomes, and overall joy.


As for 2019, I’m looking forward to building and continuing to grow. I want to continue to share my plant-based journey with you. I want you to share your experiences with me too.

Cheers to the New Year!

Stay Foxy!


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Photo Op: Slaying in the Country

Hi Foxy People!

I must admit, it has been a few weeks since I last posted. I hope you have been keeping up with my adventures on my Instagram account. If not, check it out @foxyveggies.

Let’s talk about these adventures! Between family visiting, events, and birthday celebrations for friends, I feel like October has been my busiest month to date lol. In the midst of all of this, I was blessed with a really cool opportunity to shine with some Black Women who are making their mark in the Dallas Blogger Community.

Melody, Blingaholic88, reached out to me regarding her annual, girl power focused photoshoot. She chooses a different theme each year. This year’s theme was, “Slaying in the Country” and we did just that! I had the pleasure of slaying with some really cool chicks. Brittany “Bri”, Kenya, Melody, and Tanika who all run their own blogs here in Dallas. Their blogs range from Fashion to Music to Lifestyle.

Check out these ladies and our beautiful pics!

Stay Foxy!

 

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Austin Girls Trip

Hi Foxy People!

I know you guys saw my posts on Instagram about Austin. I wanted to do a post with more details about my girls trip.

Long story short, we had a great time! There was eating, shopping, eating…and did I mention we ate a lot? lol. That is pretty much our favorite way to pass the time.

For the shopping, we decided to go to South Congress. I think we could’ve stayed there the entire time. You didn’t really need to leave that area for anything. There was food, music, and shopping. All the essentials that us ladies like in any trip.

While we were there, I was able to try on my first pair of genuine cowgirl boots at Allens Boots. They had some Leopard booties I just had to try on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That night, we went to 6th street. It was definitely a different vibe than Dallas. I don’t think I’ve seen a place where the entire street is blocked off for us to enjoy bars on each side of the street. It was nice. There was a good mix of bars that played good music. I love to dance, so that made my night.

The next morning, we went back to South Congress. We stopped by two very popular food trucks for breakfast. Mellizos Tacos, a taco food truck that had fresh tortillas for their Migas breakfast taco and Gourdough’s a donut food truck that had the best gourmet donut I’ve ever had! The Miss Shortcake was a bit sweet, but I enjoyed Β the cream cheese and fresh strawberries. It is genius!

 

 

 

 

 

 

All in all, I had a good time in Austin. I would definitely go again.

Stay Foxy!

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