This month marks the second year that my blog has existed. YAY! I have decided to expand on my niche since my blog is based on food and relationships and bring alive more of the relationship part. I went back to my slogan “A City Girl Making Cooking Look Sexy”. “What does that mean Nicole”? Well I am glad you asked. Last year I decided to “re-brand” my blog to give it a little more clarity and focus. It was “Food.Citylife.Sex.” Although that sounds hott, it was a little unclear. Now when you read my slogan you know what I am talking about and it makes more sense.
I wanted to create a section on my blog that was for the people. I want to celebrate those people who are being positive, being fruitful, fighting the powers that be, and who are aspiring to be better and greater each day. I also want to celebrate women and open the conversation on how being “sexy” is still necessary to the very essence of being a woman. I think as women get older we tend to get more complacent and lazy in our esteem because we become career oriented, mothers, and wives. All of that stuff can make us lose ourselves, lose our sexiness, and overcloud our self-confidence. I want to help women, and men, keep their “swag” if you will. One thing that can help us not lose our cool is to hear stories from other people who comes from all walks of life, how they keep up their identity and juggle their other roles at the same time. The best person I could think of to kick this new addition off is my best friend Dayana.
The reason I chose Dayana to be the “Sexy Person of the Month” is because she is absolutely a gorgeous and wonderful full-time mom and student. This woman has endured so many obstacles in her life and has managed to overcome them all. I admire her strength and resilience as a woman. She continues to strive for excellence in everything she does and shows what it truly means to be an extraordinary woman. Here is the interview I did with Dayana where she talks about how she keeps her confidence and self-esteem up and what its like being a single mom and full-time student.