A Nigerian Event In Three Days = His & Her Emergency Outfits

I would like to preface this post by saying my sewing posts will be a little different going forward. I typically explain how I make my garments but I want to make things simpler and only discuss the inspiration behind what I sew. I honestly find more creative joy when sharing with you how the…

**New Series Alert**: Introducing “The Professional Glow Up”

Can I start off by saying I am so thankful for all the love that I received on my final post of my "Le Struggles of Le Unemployed" series?! Like, you all had your girl feeling all types of fuzzies and good feelings inside with all the messages of encouragement and affirming my purpose of…

#DiscoverDallas: Not Your Average Tex-Mex At José Restaurant Dallas

Photos by Create & Pray (Me) Since moving to Dallas, I think I've had the most Tex-Mex in my entire life and although I like the food, I feel like a lot of Tex-Mex restaurants taste the same and hardly ever stand out. At least, not until I visited José Restaurant in Dallas. My husband…

Le Struggles Of Le Unemployed: Le Struggle Has FINALLY Come To An End!

It is so crazy that I am even writing this post and announcing that I have a job!!! Like your girl is FINALLY EMPLOYED and all I can say is...BUT. GOD!!! It hasn't been long since I started being open about my season of unemployment but it isn't reflective of how long the season actually…

It’s Sew Me!: The Yellow Off The Shoulder Top

Earlier this week, I was excited to properly break in my machine and wanted to create this off the shoulder top with my yellow cotton material I shared in my previous post. This off the shoulder trend is something I have been adoring this summer season and in need of in my closet.  Plus, I felt I needed more summer tops that weren't too dressy, but also not a plain t-shirt. This top is cute, fun, and produces flattering suntan lines.