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Your Sisters Closet

Last week my sister-in-law Lidiya texted me, "Hey girl, random question...lol...you guys don't happen to have any white dresses do you?"
I responded, "Yes, of course, but only 2". After I sent her photos of the two dresses she chose one of them to wear to her last minute event. She did not need to go shopping at several location, she did not even need to try it on when she picked it up. I was a little nervous, I thought she...


Shop Local

Shop Local

Why shop local?

Lessons I have learned int he last few years.

In 2010 I had the privilege of interning for Susan Eggman, my professor and Stockton City Councilwoman. Susan taught me many great lessons, but one lesson I think about daily is the idea of supporting local business. She was avid local shopper and would even make sure she got gas in her neighborhood so she could support the local business. This supports not only the local business but the neighboring area because the...


Women Supporting Women

Women Supporting Women



During our Pomegranate journey we have talked about supporting other women. We've tried to think outside the box and come up with ways to help and be supportive of others. Giving back is definitely. something we like to do. We keep asking ourselves, "How? What's the best way?"
Well werecently decided that one way we can is through giving back to women in need.
Who are these women? Well we decided that there are women all around us who need support themselves or on the other hand there are women who try to fundraise and give back to a cause. So...


I Deserve It (Pt 2)

I Deserve It (Pt 2)

See my problem is when I'm taking care of my basic needs, I feel like I am not taking care of my childrens needs. This is the hardest mind shift for me... Now I do a lot of self-talk. I wont bore you wiht the dialouge I have with myself, to keep it short and sweet, I just tell myself "I DESERVE IT".

I Deserve It (pt. 1)

I Deserve It (pt. 1)

I have a license plate that says,
"I deserve it." Given to me for my 34th birthday by my dear friend and cousin, Sara and her lovely family.
Now, for those of you who don’t know me, my name is Araxia. I am 34 years old. My partner in life is Raphael, whom I have known for more than half my life. Raph and I have a two beautiful children. George William who is 6 years old and Ani Grace who is 15 months old. I'm a 24 hour mommy and 8 hour hospice employee. So...