Londontown Will Donate 50% of All Proceeds From Pink Polish Sales to the Unite for Her Foundation #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth


I asked Certified Physician Assistant, Letitia Price, what her self-care tips are when it comes to breast health. She says to “treat your body like your car- or better, lol. Oil changes and maintenance checks give your car longevity. So mammograms and annual physicals are your “maintenance checks”. Your doctor is your mechanic. Signs of lumps, bumps, bleeding, pain, etc are your check engine light warnings. Seeing your doctor and having mammograms are preventative and can catch illnesses early so they can be treated easily. I always advise not to live your life with your check engine light on!” Great advice!

Is your “check engine light” on? Have you had your yearly mammogram yet?

💕I’m currently wearing Queen of Hearts and Lemonade Pop from Londontown for National Breast Cancer Month.

💕Londontown is vegan, 9-free, and cruelty-free.

💕During the month of October Londontown will be donating 50% of all proceeds from pink polish sales to the United for Here foundation.

💕Click HERE to shop all their pink polishes.

Sisters Network, Inc. – Atlanta | Gift of Life Block Walk

On Saturday, October 4, 2014, Sisters Network, Inc. Atlanta Chapter held its first Gift of Life Block Walk at The Riverdale Town Center. Sisters Network Inc. is only national African American breast cancer survivorship organization in the United States. Their mission is to “increase local and national attention to the devastating impact that breast cancer has in the African American community.” They not only stress the need for education and importance of early detection, but also the need for sisterly support.

On Saturday, the sisterhood was very apparent as over 200 survivors, families, friends, and supporters walked for the cause. It was beautiful to see.

For more information about Sisters Network Inc., visit