The Crowns Are Down

Welcome to the OFFICIAL Alignment Queen’s launch ! Hope you enjoy our first episode of the podcast and accept our free flowing goofy energy of wisdom. Also enjoy the new recipe of greatness called “The SetUp” which, Lianna & I enjoyed together by accident, haha.

StayWhole Fam GIVEAWAY!?

This post is all about our StayWhole Family who has consistently given us so much love and support over the past couple years! We are so thankful for you growing with us and donating to our foundation to help uplift the community!! None of it goes unnoticed. It’s GIVE AWAY TIME!!

BedTime Thots

Hey good humans, beautiful people. We are Alyssa and Juliette– best friends of 6 years. Your dynamic Libra/Gemini duo. Our friendship began freshman year of college when Alyssa fed lactose-intolerant … Continue reading BedTime Thots

I Am A Black Man

I have no idea of what it might feel like to be a black man in America, but from speaking to them and having an African American father who has … Continue reading I Am A Black Man

Mixed, but finally whole

On paper I am more white than I am black. In appearance I don’t match the way my mom or my sister look. I have curly corse hair. I have … Continue reading Mixed, but finally whole

Black Lives Matter

Today we are not only advocating for mental health, but for the African American Community that is faced with injustice and inequality throughout our country. StayWhole Foundation will do our … Continue reading Black Lives Matter

To Die For..

Love is just one of those things all five of our senses crave. The smell of the scent that blows in right before you see them. The smoothness of their skin as you rub against it. The taste of their lips and the look in their eyes you receive that just brings life to your very existentence.. You know.. That type of love..

Mental Health in the African American Community

According to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, African Americans are 10% more likely to experience serious psychological distress. Why is this the case you ask? Unfortunately … Continue reading Mental Health in the African American Community