Debt Isn’t Worth It.

Nothing is more draining and humiliating than being in debt. Spend below your means. Save money. Live free. The less stuff you have, the more free you are. Purchase mindfully. Impressing anyone with things is never worth it. Live life honestly and be free. Live loved, KAE If you've enjoyed this read, post any pic that relates to today's post with the hashtag #1thingeveryday to join us in choosing to learn one thing from our day, every day.

The Morning After the Oscars.

By now, you’ve all probably heard about what happened at the Oscars last night. I watched up until 11pm before falling asleep and missed the action completely! But waking up to good ole loyal technology, I was able to catch it! And it was beautiful. The short story is, the presenters of the award were given the wrong envelope and announced the wrong movie to win the coveted “Best Picture” category. It went to “La La Land” when it was later corrected and given to “Moonlight”. Three Things We Learned Last Night: 1. The importance of doing the right thing in the moment, not after. This is the Oscars! The producers could have allowed the speeches to continue and rectify the situation after live

Lean towards the light.

As the sun moves, sunflowers are known to orient themselves with the sun. They follow the direction of the light, wherever it may lead. We can use sunflowers as an example of how we should live. By turning towards God first. The one true light. By doing this, it allows us to be in perfect alignment with the direction we should go- the direct of where the light is the brightest. Towards God. Only then can we live at peace knowing that we are being led in the direction intended for us. In what direction does a tree fall? In the direction that it leans. Be sure you're leaning in the right direction. If you've enjoyed this read, post any pic that relates to today's post with the hashtag #1thinge

Self-awareness is an absolute must. For everyone. Everywhere.

Essentially, the more you pay attention to your emotions and how you work, the better you'll understand why you do the things you do. The more you know about your own habits, the easier it is to improve on those habits. You can read every productivity tip out there , you can adapt the routines of geniuses , and you can eat up every piece of self-help that comes across the computer screen, but it's completely pointless if you don't know yourself well enough to put the correct advice into practice. For example: in college, I spent my time staying up late and working on papers until late in the night. My room was a mess, I didn't have a proper desk, and I spent more sleepless night than I can c

1 thing. Every day.

Would you agree that you learn something new or learn more about something/someone each day? Would you also agree that social media should do more than simply provide a platform for cute outfits, quotes and selfies? Would you agree that social media has the power to change the world (to a degree)? Well, join the club. KAE has always been big on making sure that everyone understands how important they are, the impact have/can have, and the lessons that can be learned from each day. We don't know about you all but we are constantly learning something- whether it be something about another person, our world, or ourselves. There is a big world out there that we can learn so much from, if we take

Yanique Griffiths And The Vision Project Company

There are many great quotes out there about the importance of having a vision, but perhaps the most powerful one is from the Good Book: “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” (Proverbs 29:18a) It’s vital to have vision for our lives, or we find ourselves stumbling around, trying to figure out just what we’re supposed to be doing with our lives and where we’re supposed to go, and being miserable and unfulfilled in the process. Speaking from experience, I can tell you plainly: it stinks. It’s still early days yet in the new year, so we have time to sit and ponder or pray and seek a vision for our lives. I reached out to my friend Yanique Griffiths, the heart and mind behind The Vision

Let Valentine's Day Begin

We have our favorite Valentine’s Day gift ideas! Here are a few! 1. Anyone follow Johanna on Instagram? She has amazing ideas for nail designs! One for every occasion. We've selected our favorite Valentine's Day look below! Check her page out: @johanna5588 2. Before you head out on your date, visit someone you know who has lost a spouse. Today is not easy for many people. Show them you care. 3. Today, more emphasis is usually placed on spouses or significant others. Remember to show love to parents and siblings! 4. Cooking is always a thing on V-Day! A good gift for your chef-BOY/GIRL-ardee. In The Food Lab, Kenji focuses on the science behind beloved American dishes, delving into the inte

KAE Spreads Love Locally!

KAE collaborated with First Community Church of the Nazarene's young adult group Saturday, February 11th to sit, chat, and decorate cards with residents at The Bristal Assisted Living community in White Plains, NY. Check out the pics below!

The goal is not to appear kind.

"I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever." - Thomas Jefferson Last night I attended Leon Labastide's Pink Cover book release party. It was an amazing event to say the least. At the end of the event, there was a Q&A portion where I asked, "for many artists, life is their inspiration, is there a specific topic or part of your life that you choose not to write about or share in your work?" He answered with" no". He mentioned that he came to the realization that God brought him from a place where he knew he would need to be transformed to a place he could have never imagined or planned for himself. He referred to a few topics he writes abou

Will we see you in Brooklyn tonight?

KAE was asked to be part of the Pink Cover book release packages. What is Pink Cover you ask? It is the fourth book by Author and International Poet, Leon Labastide. Each person who preordered the book, received a KAE neon pink beanie and/or bracelet. We were thrilled to partner up with Leon again to help spread our message of "kindness above everything" to those who love and support the arts! So let's celebrate! Details below! What: Pink Cover Book Release Party When: February 4, 2017 Time: 7:30pm- 11:30pm Where: 3 Black Cats Cafe 3 Belmont Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11212 Come listen to poetry and music while dining and meeting new people! Anyone who wears something pink will have their fir

KAE Chats With Amandy Fernandez

If you’ve seen the Run The World (Girls) music video, Mrs. Carter World Tour, and Formation World Tour, then it’s not hard to miss the passionate Amandy Fernandez. The Dominican-born, New York-raised dancer believes that through hard work, anything is possible. Fernandez didn’t start dancing until the age of 21, but one couldn’t tell through the fluidity of her movements. She got her chance to dance for Queen Bey when she participated in a choreography showcase back in 2011, after the Run The World (Girls) visual released. She described being nervous to dance in front of the legendary pop empress, but made an outstanding impression that she would be a featured dancer in two of Mrs. Carter’s

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