This post is sponsored by USA Network and Queen of the South, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a hustler and I learned to develop a tough skin really early on in life because the neighborhoods that I grew up in, did not start off as the prettiest. I had to learn to be resilient, book smart and street smart, fight for what it was that I wanted and never take "NO" for an answer.
Although my environment was a tad bit rough, I wouldn't change it for the world because it has made me a fighter and appreciate how far I have gotten in life without sacrificing my morals or beliefs for anyone.
- Currently a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology (with an emphasis in Neuropsychology)
- Former Jr. research scientist in Cardiovascular Medicine and the Human Genome Project
- Behavioral Therapist in communication, cognitive and behavioral disorders
- Co-Author of a book in Clinical Psychology
- Fitness/Nutrition business owner
- Professional dancer and model
- National Honor Society member
.... and the list goes on.
I say this not to brag about accomplishments, but use it as a reminder to help others who look like me know that there is more to life than what your current situation or environment is providing for you.
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Dress: Neiman Marcus | Belt: Goodwill find | Pumps: Michael Kors |
Tote bag: Hermes | Sunglasses: Jimmy Choo
One thing I love about a good series is relating to the main character because it allows me to naturally put myself into their shoes and become immersed in the show for hours. That is how I currently am feeling about the new series Queen of the South. Babyyyyy when I tell you Teresa is a BAD A** , I mean it, and I can definitely relate to her because I consider myself a bad a** too (as any woman should, WE ARE POWERFUL).
Queen of the South tells the story of Teresa Mendoza who fled to America from Mexico after her boyfriend was suspected of murder. In addition, she teams up with someone from her past to help bring down the leader of a drug trafficking ring that has her on the run. In Season 2, we see Teresa start to come into her own as a Queen Pin by recognizing her power and potential.