Hey guys!! We are back! …. Sorry for the wait. We have just come back from our Summer hibernation and we cannot believe its fall??? Were has the time gone? Is it us or isn’t time moving just a little bit fast over here.. Christmas is just two months away and ain’t nobody got time for that! Anyways.. we are so grateful for the support and love you have shown us and we will be putting up some more content soon. Other than that, Welcome Fall or Autumn!?!? Follow us on Twitter and friend us on Facebook and also don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to see what up and new with us. Everything is under our name Everyday Heights.. just so you know… ok..ok enough blabbering.
We are so excited to announce that we will be launching our new t-shirt line! WooHoo!!!!! Stay tuned and we are so grateful for all the support that you have showed us and we are eternally grateful. So thanks guys and we will keep you posted..
Long time huh!
We here at Everyday Heights are in Love with the song, ” Sissy that Walk,” from an artist named Ru Paul. If you aren’t familiar with Ru Paul, he is a famous Drag Queen that travels all over the world, preaching the message of self love. The song is from the album called ” Born Naked,” and it’s simply fierce and fabulous!! We can’t seem to stop “sissing,” if that’s a word. We love the music video and all its fierce realness, So we thought that we should share our favorite inspiring “fierce” song of the week. Comment below on what you guys think of the song.
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Lately, I have been noticing that the world is getting less social and more “social” only on the media. Saying Good morning to your neighbor or calling up an old friend on the phone is getting to be more and more of a taboo. The biggest one of all, is when you meet someone and instead of going up to say, Hi, you would rather “friend” them on Facebook before actually getting to know them on a personal level. Lets make a change and be the change. Next time you meet someone say Hi to them before “friending” them online. Be more social because you never know what things could lead up to. Comment below on some of the “Ice breakers” you use when meeting new people.