Ja'Nae Lewis

Ja’Nae was born in Houma and raised on the outskirts of New Orleans known as the Westbank, where she still resides. She’s currently dating her boyfriend of 3 years and together they raise their daughter A’nylah. After attending Jackson State University, she moved back to New Orleans and then earned her master’s at Full Sail University in Public Relations, she currently works part-time at a local Bra Boutique where she enjoys helping women feel good about themselves. In her free times, she’s looking for the latest fashion trends, working out, learning how to organize her life, relaxing by enjoying a good movie or series and finding fun things to do with her new family.

The Professional Procrastinator :: Not Using my Time Wisely

Journals and planners and schedules, oh my! Wait, what do I do with those? As I enter my first year as a mom, I now understand the true importance of time management, creating a schedule...

True Life :: I Hired an Event Planner for My Baby’s First Birthday

She’s one, she’s not going to remember her party. First birthdays are always for the adults. After the initial shock of finding out I was pregnant, I started to think of all the fun things...

My Mother’s Journey {Watching My Hero Fight Her Battle with Breast Cancer}

We’ve all had some kind of encounter with it, whether it’s a loved one, friend or you personally. My interaction wasn’t personal, but for my superhero it was. That hero was my mom. The day...

Fashionably Pregnant {Utilizing What I Had and Making it Work}

We have all been there, we have the cute baby bump, we’re glowing yet emotional but when it comes to getting dressed, NOTHING FITS!! Do I have to get dressed? During my third trimester, it was...

The Grandparent you Didn’t Meet

Hey, little one, you’re a little young to understand, but I will definitely talk more about in the this in the future. You may notice a missing grandparent, she was my mommy so that...

I Had A Baby Before I Was Married :: Breaking the News

The News Finding out that you're expecting can bring out a lot of emotions. The day I found out that I was pregnant, I curled up on the sofa and cried, my head was spinning...


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