Probably my most talked about piece among my girlfriends has been the "Who is in your Tribe" post. I often think about how my tribe is going to support and lean on each other as we progress through life: Career changes and new business adventures First borns Pregnancy battles Relationship challenges and divorce Navigating new... Continue Reading →
Everyone has failures in life. It could be at school, work, with a friend or even your relationship. Life does not happen without pitfalls. In my opinion, it is what happens after the failure that really determines how bad you want something. If you give up easily, than maybe it isn't for you. But if... Continue Reading →
45% of small business owners in the United States are owned by minority ethnic groups, with most being owned by Black Americans - 19%. Between 2007 to 2018, the number of businesses owned by Black women grew 164%. There are currently 2.4 million businesses owned by Black women according to a Forbes.com article. Today, I... Continue Reading →
I have to give ALL the credit to PopSugar for this article that popped up on my twitter feed on February 1st. The beginning of Black History Month! If you have been following the blog you know that I write from a perspective of a Black Woman, write about Black Woman experiences and also highlight... Continue Reading →
Yes, there are some good black movies that have been released since the 90's. But don't you miss the really good black movies....
Following your passion comes at a cost. But nothing should stop you. Read about how Catheryn decided to forgo her legal career and get into the ice cream sandwich business.
Voting in the 2018 Mid-Term election is one of the most important things you will do this year. The astounding amount of women and people of color on the ballot is record breaking. Are you showing up to cast your vote?
Who is in your inner circle? Do they help you or hurt you? A good tribe is the key for anyone striving for more in life.
In today's fast paced ever changing world, time is precious and of the essence. We are consistently multi-tasking and trying to be as efficient as possible. Checking emails while making morning coffee. Taking conference calls to and from lunch meetings. And let’s not forget the email you forgot to send before you left work. Now... Continue Reading →
August 7, 2018 - Black Women's Equal Pay Day. According to Equalpaytoday.org, a Black woman had to work until today, August 7, 2018, to make the equivalent of what white men were paid at the end of December 2017. 63 cents to the dollar is the wage gap between Black women and White, Non-Hispanic, men.... Continue Reading →