Hey Ladies,

Welcome to the Bougie Black Girl Chronicles. Dedicated to Empowering, Motivating, and recognition. A place where melanin goddesses come together, to share past experiences and to hear what’s going on in the blogging realm. I’ve  recieved many messages in regard to why I created this blog. I feel that we can learn from one another. Everyone has a story, or a niche for certain things that can be shared towards creating a empowering movement for all women to partake in. I’m so glad to have you all here on my own personal journey to creating  my very own brand, and future success. So let’s network, and start this wonderful journey to making bossy black girl moves!


So, here’s just a little bit on who I am exactly. Tarisha is what many know me by but if you are a close friend of mine you would call me Tasha (don’t ask about how I obtained that name long story). I’m a wife, and a mother of 3 handsome boys who drive me nuts, but I love them no less. I’m two semesters from obtaining my bachelor’s Degree in Homeland security, and I’m a volunteer for the American Red Cross. My life now is constantly on the go, I can barely find time to hit the gym during the week. By the time I get home I’m way too tired to even discuss with zaddy about how my day went. So, one day a magical light bulb flipped on, “I’ll create a blog for women like me” so that inspired me to start the “Bougie Black Girl Chronicles”. It’s a way to vent, connect, inspire, and discuss day to day issues with other Melanin Goddesses. Women empowerment, boss girl moves, networking, and just general girl talk is the move all 2018!!! Any-who This blog is for those women who are doing the damn thing, and even for those who aspire to go places but need advice on how to. Post will be updated twice if not it will be updated once a week. Ladies being that this my very first blog if there are any topics you would love to hear discussed please send them to either my Facebook messenger, or even my Instagram DM. I’d love to hear your input.


“Success doesn’t come to you…you go to it”- Marva Collins