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#StayHome With Me

#StayHome With Me

The #StayHome order is almost lifted but here's what I was interested in while home! If you like any of these things, or have watched, read, and listened to let me know in the comments. Stay safe!


Vote for me! 5x5

Vote for me! 5x5

5x5 was created by Start Garden in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and awards one person with $5,000 monthly. The objective is to give funding to more businesses in the community. My idea is "Shardaisy's Daisy's".

Daisy’s is a digital platform for young women of color to learn about entrepreneurship and confidence building. Helping young women of color to develop into business women is what's most exciting.

There aren't any programs in Grand Rapids that cater to the growth of this demographic. Growing up I didn't know anything about business, and I didn't have any resources. If I did I...


Fashionphile | Givenchy Mini Antigona Review

I’ve wanted this bag for YEARS! It was on my vision board and for my birthday I decided it was time. This bag retails for $1790 which is a lot of money so I figured I would look around the pre-loved market first. In April I saw the most beautiful white mini Antigona on Fashionphile and waited too long to buy it so it wasn’t available when I went back. In hindsight I’m happy I waited because black is more useful and will get less dirty. A few weeks later I found this one, slept on it for one day,...


Leap of Faith Series |

Leap of Faith Series |

I am starting a “Leap of Faith” series on Youtube where I will detail my journey in entrepreneurship, moving, and just betting on myself. My planner for 2020 says “The Year Of Shardaisy” on the front and I had no idea that 2020 would put that to the test. Between COVID and seeing black people killed by the police at a disproportionate rate, I’ve had a lot of low moments but my leaps of faith have kept me focused.

My plans have also been my silver lining. I re-released my website May 22 and the response has been...


Luxury Wishlist

Luxury Wishlist

Growing up I never knew how much money we had, I just knew there was never enough. I got my first job at 12, and I’ve always had a job, though it took years for me to learn the value of saving and managing my funds. 

I'm saying that to say that the idea of having luxury items seemed so far fetched in my life growing up. It has taken some time to unlearn and realize that I can live a life of luxury without feeling guilty. I don't have to humble myself.

I was introduced to the luxury world by...