Monday, March 13, 2017


I have long held the belief that tampons are detrimental to women's health.  Research has proved my belief to be correct.  But I never considered the health hazards of sanitary napkins because they are no inserted into your body.  But now research proves that these products are also very detrimental to women's health. 

Watch this video and see why I have incorporated this breakthrough product into my HEALING EMPOWERMENT AND RESTORATION movement!

Friday, March 3, 2017

Travel Tips. From Check In to Carry On.

It’s finally here! Vacation is only 7 days away and the excitement has you overly pumped before the nagging thought of packing comes to mind. From what to pack to which size luggage to pack your items in, all races through your head like NASCAR. And no matter what your goal is to avoid check baggage fees and carry on your luggage but it seems impossible since you’ve now packed your entire Spring, Summer and Winter wardrobes. 
Many times we’re so excited about traveling and landing some place we’ve never been that we actually pack as if we’re not coming back home! I know I’ve been guilty of this in the past. Below I’ve shared some tips and suggestions on how to pack light by only bringing items and clothing you will actually need while traveling. If you lighten your bag by packing only the essentials, you can save $50 or more per round trip flight!

Where Are You Going and for How LONG?
Ding! Ding! Ding! The magic question! Pack your bags according to your length of stay. For instance, a 4 day/3 night getaway should not warrant for 15 rounds of changing clothes. My gosh not even at the Grammies do they change that much! Chances are you’ll only need about 2 pairs of slacks/pants, 4 shirts, 2 pairs of jeans, 1 dress that you can dress up or down and 2 pairs of footwear; 1 pair for day and the other at night. And don’t be afraid to bring along laundry detergent.

Apply The Shirt to Pants Rule
Reminder the Shirt to Pants Rule? The rule says this: for every 1 pair of slacks or pants you should have 2 dress shirts or 2 blouses to make it appear as if you have 2 different outfits. Well that same rule applies for traveling! This rule can also be applied when packing footwear. And don’t be ashamed to bring your favorite pair of sneakers or shoes. If they fall apart while traveling, at least that’s one less item to bring back. Or, you can always use that as the perfect excuse to buy another pair while on your journey! Remember your goal is to avoid checked baggage fees by packing smarter.

Footwear in Bag First
There was a time where I would throw my footwear on top of the clothes I put in my luggage and wondered why it would never close or would appear bulky. Later, I discovered that if I placed my footwear in a draw string bag and then place them in my luggage it would afford more space and wouldn’t appear bulky. Place your footwear in a plastic bag first then into your luggage. This alone illuminates that bulky look and gives more packing room.

Packing Cubes

By far the Packing Cube is a traveler’s best friend next to visiting the island of Jamaica! Packing Cubes come in packages that offer various sizes for your travel needs. You can pack all clothing items in one bag and footwear in another. It saves time, money and space. 

Wednesday, March 1, 2017


I’ve been wearing wigs lately.  They are convenient especially when your natural hair is at an awkward in-between stage of going from short back to long.  Wigs also allow your hair to rest from the things we put on it.  Just remember, when wearing wigs, you still need to care for your natural hair.  Just want to share a few of my remedies.

COD LIVER OIL – How many of you had grandmothers who used this as a remedy for damn near any ailment they had?  I know mines did.  Including hair treatment.  My grandmother would rub Cod Liver Oil on her hair once per week.  Then she would put a stocking over the hair brush and brush her hair for about 15 minutes.  She had the most beautiful head of hair. 
This oil can also be used for hot oil treatments.
Now, scientist and studies are showing what our grandmothers already knew.  Cod Liver Oil is high in vitamins A and D while promoting healthy hair and scalp.

BRAID YOUR NATURAL HAIR – The “Wig Lady” that I go do wears wigs everyday.  She is also a licensed cosmetologist.  Tell me why she does not braid her natural hair?  Now it so matted that it must be cut down.  Wigs look nice, but you natural hair needs to be cared for.

MASSAGE YOUR SCALP – There is nothing like a good scalp massage!  Not scratching the scalp, but massaging it.  It is better when someone else massages your scalp, but you can do it yourself.  For best results, start at the forehead and work your way down to the nape of your neck.  You can also purchase a scalp massager.  Not only does this promote hair growth, it’s also good for the soul!

I hope you enjoyed this little tid bit!

Peace and Love!

Authoress Kendall Hayes

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Welcome Back to our Travel Blogger!

The Movement is being revitalized!
HER...Healed Empowered and Restored is happy to announce the return of our Travel Blogger, The Globetrotting Diva,  Anitra Byers, President and CEO of Wallet Happy Vacations.

Anitra is also a chief Blogger for Caribean Now, a premier travel magazine.  Our readers can look forward to some great travel news articles.

Please let us know if there is a particular topic that you would like covered.

Saturday, October 1, 2016



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