Author: longlivetobe

Protect Our Women

It’s a crazy time in our world; a lot of natural disasters, political turmoil, race tension, nuclear war talk, just to name a few concurrent issues. Every day I wake up it seems something new is on the table. As hard as it is shift our attention, I beg of you to hear me out

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A brief story: The Reformed Sneakerhead

Today, being a sneakerhead is a complicated hobby. Backdoor policies at stores, resellers and hypebeasts make it an arduous task collecting your favorite pair of sneakers (I’ll try not to sound like the bitter old guy that couldn’t score a pair of yeezy’s because the kids in front of me copped 5 pairs each lol).

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Men’s Fashion 101: Wear the suit, don’t let the suit wear you!

So thankful for yet another opportunity to connect with my audience. Before I dive into the subject matter of the day, I’d like to thank all my followers that appreciated my last post. The love was abundant and I got to reach more people through the retweets, shares and comments.   Now let’s speak on

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Get A Man – The LongLiveTobe way

*Disclaimer: These are views from a single man. Don’t come crying to me because my methods didn’t guarantee the man of your dreams. Go and pray sis.   I grew up with 3 beautiful sisters and a lovely mother in a single parent household. I had an older brother, but he was out of the

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Black Privilege by Charlamagne tha god

Unless you live under a rock, you have heard sound bites from a 105.1 Breakfast Club interview at some point. Their most outspoken host Charlamagne the god built a reputation on brash, in your face, straight to the point discourse. I also listened to his podcast The Brilliant Idiots and watched a few of his

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My Review of “The Alchemist” by Paul Coelho

I finally finished reading another book, and although this was a short read, life has its way of distracting you. The Alchemist is one of those books that everyone tells you to read. I’ve heard famous people also reference this book with my most recent memory being Big Sean. I listen to a lot of

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