I will be taking a break through the rest of the month of February. Please stay tuned for a new post up on Monday, March 1st, 2021. I will henceforth publish posts three days a week. That is, there will be new posts on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Possibly an extra, or bonus post, might be published on the weekend. You can expect the same type of posts. That is, I will focus on topics dealing with race and being multiracial, social media, books, and self-improvement, amongst others.

With less posts published throughout the month, I am hoping to be able to produce more higher quality posts. In addition, I hope to be able to spend more time on social media to promote, engage, and grow my content. Please feel free to follow me on my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest by clicking on the links. I am very active on my social media accounts and they are a good place to connect with me with any inquiries, questions, or collaborations.

In the meantime, please check out five of my best blog articles below:

7 Things You Must Not Say To Multiracial People

How To Teach Your Children To Regulate Their Emotions

That Time When She Got A Horse For Christmas

3 Reasons Why You Must Join Your Local Buy Nothing Group Today

9 Outrageous Things You Can Do After Publishing A Book

Again, I am sorry for the lack of activity this month. Please don’t forget about me and unsubscribe. Great things are coming on Crispy

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Hi! I'm Helen and I am a 32 year old biracial millennial mom raising two multiracial children. I am a writer, English consultant, and social media manager. I am a self-proclaimed chocoholic.

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  1. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on one’s perspective), I am not on Instagram, FB, Twitter or any other social media besides my WP and my iPhone. 😁 But I will keep watching for your wonderful blogs here.
    You probably heard, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter will merge soon; the new website will be called YouTwitFace. 😂

    1. OK, that is good to know & I really hope that those three sites will NOT merge. I shudder to think of that possibility. It is bad enough the Facebook & Instagram have merged, as well Google w/ YouTube 🙁

      1. The movie is a dramatic presentation of how Suckerberg 😉 started Facebook. Not the best movie, but interesting in its factual presentations; particularly the “culture” (or lack thereof) that surrounded its initiation.

  2. I’m on a break too… not even reading comments 🙈 I have no clue why I clicked on here (habit maybe?), but glad to know taking a break is a thing! Enjoy it!

  3. Hi Helen. Hope you enjoy your downtime, and feel more creative as you progress. I want to thank you for posting about racial issues – issues that are both hurtful, and hidden from the vast majority of society. I’m working on a long term Black History project, where I hope to bring to light the accomplishments of Black Americans. Most if not all of the people I want to write about have been pushed to the cobwebs of history for one reason – their race.

    The attitude of white Americans is to ignore it; our history books ignore it; the news media seems to ignore it. “IT” being the accomplishments of hundreds of Black Americans who persevered through tremendous bias, among other things. “IT” needs to be told much longer than just one month a year.

    I followed you on a couple social sites, so you aren’t getting away from my keeping track of you. Best of luck to you always.

    1. Hi Larry! Thanks so much for commenting as well as following me. I am glad that you enjoy reading my blogs about racial issues. I agree that they are issues that need to be told because the vast majority are not even aware that it is a problem.
      Best wishes to you on your black history project.

  4. I hope you enjoyed the few days ‘off’ 🙂 I’m looking forward to your new content.

    All the best, Michelle (

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