Just wanted to take the time out to re-introduce myself to any new readers and subscribers out there. My name is Tia and I'm just a good woman trying to be a better woman while inspiring the next woman by sharing my story as a Millennial Wife. I have experienced being single, a serial dater, a bride, and now a wife, which is why I created The Millennial Wives Club to continue to learn and be supportive of my fellow women.Read More
Millennial Wife Vlogs is a spinoff of the blog, The Millennial Wives Club. This trailer depicts #ADAYINTHELIFE of me getting getting ready for a day of shooting behind the scenes content.
This video highlights 3 fun categories I will discuss on my channel: hairstyles, lifestyle, and my style. I just made that up so I’m going to roll with it lol!
Fun Fact About Me: I'm EXTRA!
She's Gotta Have It's Nola Darling, the strong black female lead, described herself as a "sex positive polyamorous pansexual". Aside from serious societal issues such as sexual harassment and society's standard of beauty addressed in this movie, the reclamation of sexuality really stuck out to me. This version of the movie is a great representation of what I'd call a millennial feminist going through a "hoe phase". In this particular case, Nola is using multiple sexual partners in her "Loving Bed" as a way to establish her sexual freedom on her own terms while hustling into her dream career as an artist, trying to balance life and friends, and exploring her sexuality as a single woman.Read More
Are you engaged or recently married and you're trying to figure out how will you decide whose family to visit during the holidays?
Thanksgiving is tomorrow and Christmas is only weeks away!
I understand that this may be easier and tougher for some people, BUT I think the below are 3 helpful things to consider.Read More
I really enjoyed New Orleans! When I told my friends I was going to New Orleans with my husband, they laughed and said "it's way more fun with your girlfriends". This is typically the natural reaction from people who don't understand our Wifey Hubby Turn Up. I think my husband and I are unique in that way. Yes we're married but being married doesn't mean that you automatically grow gray hair and play chess for fun all the days of your life!Read More
So there's this really dope anonymous girl who used to do my nails a few months ago. She was basically a one woman show in her own little natural nail studio. What made her so special to me is that she didn't use a drill, she actually grew my nails healthy and strong, and I could actually hold a conversation with her while she did my nails. She only did nails by appointment and she was pricey but it was worth it. I went to her faithfully every 3 weeks for over a year, I made my appointments far in advance so she'd know when I was coming, and in my mind we had become friends!Read More
Even though your new marriage license has your new last name on it, that doesn't mean the process ends there. It actually starts with obtaining your signed, sealed, and delivered marriage license from your local clerk’s office. When that comes in the mail, then you're REAL OFFICIAL! From my experience, I found that having copies will definitely help speed up the process, but it isn’t required (unless you WANT to prolong the process).Read More
promised my Millennial Singles on Instagram that I would help them get through this "Cuffing Season" and we can start by knowing what professions to look out for, right?! That's typically the first question that comes after "What's your name, where you from?", it's "What do you do?"
Well here it is ladies...what are your thoughts? COMMENT BELOW!Read More
t has been 10 years since I've graduated from high school. My high school was a Jr. High School as well, so I have attended the same school from 7th-12th grade. As an honor student, there was only 1 class of students and we literally attended every class together from Jr. High to High School. Imagine that, growing up and attending classes with the same people for 6 years!
So you can imagine my excitement to be reunited with my East High family. Some of them I even attended the same college after we graduated high school. Since I moved to Dallas, Tx it became hard to stay in touch as much as I would like but when I link up with them it's always a good time like we see each other everyday!Read More
Today at church, our guest pastor asked, "What's the Title of Your Life Story?" I instantly thought "Living Life in Transition". I still don't know if that's good or bad. I can definitely see the good because I'm constantly growing and living life to the fullest with no regrets.Read More
So in hopes of saving my marriage, I decided that we have No Technology Nights twice a week at least (when it was bad we did twice but now it's once a week). No Techology Nights consists of putting our phones in the other room, turning off the tv, no computers, and just having an actual conversation where we listen to each other. Sometimes we play games, sip some wine, cook something new together, read the bible, or ask each other questions so we can learn more about each other without the distractions.Read More
Dr. Johnny and Lezlyn Parker, the couple that led this discussion, compared The Wrong Foundation to a Sandcastle and The Renovation to a Brick House. They said sandcastles take some building and are pretty to look at when created, however will wash away once a tide hits it. Similar to marriage because some people build to "save face" in order to look perfect on the outside and are one tide away from washing away. Those marriages are built on the wrong foundation and as soon as things get rocky the marriage is destroyed.Read More
Marriage is Hard Work, Marriage is Heart Work, Marriage is Worth the Work and with Christ, it's worth the Work.
This past weekend was amazing! I feel like a brand new & better wife after attending my church’s Couples and Marriage “Home Improvement” Conference.Read More
Now I know you probably can't tell but I am an INTROVERT at work. So the idea of having to smile, introduce, and make small talk with strangers kinda terrified me. It was already a lot of firsts by being on a new team, first time attending Conclave, and meeting the store managers who were practically strangers to me. I only have one work friend and wished I had more at this point so that I could feel a little more comfortable the next 4 days. It's crazy, because I am actually an Extrovert outside of work and I am very sociable. I feel like everyone has a work personality, right? For the sake of being professional? No? Just me? Ok, lol.Read More
The Millennial Wives Club would love to spotlight Britne and Sebastian Daughtdrill as they celebrate their 1 Year Anniversary as husband and wife on August 6th.
We asked Britne to provide some insight on what the first year of marriage has been like and what she loves about being a millennial wife today.Read More
I have been in a relationship for four years. Recently I learned that my partner impregnated another woman, and yesterday he went to pay damages. This person asked me to terminate pregnancy 2 years back because he wasn't ready, I also felt that raising another child outside marriage wouldn't be ideal. After trying to convince him to keep the baby I went ahead and terminated it. We love each other dearly. Somehow he doesn't wanna grow
The question would be can I stay in this relationship and
still be happy? Will he ever respect me? He asked for forgiveness and wants us to work it out.