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Has The Traditional House Wife Role Evolved In The 21st Century?

Photo Credit: Mirror Uk and Instagram House Manager is a term that when I first heard it, I chuckled! I guess I didn’t quite understand it or think about how it applies to my own life. The literal idea of it is very accurate, at least when used about women. As I define it, house managers provide structure, routine and sanity to the home. We merely keep … Continue reading Has The Traditional House Wife Role Evolved In The 21st Century?

Special Needs Community Advocate Libra Hicks Hosted The Purple And Green Gala And Cerebral Palsy Awareness Event In East Atlanta

Hearing the heartfelt stories, changed my view when dealing with life experiences and situations. – Zeta J. Eventide Brewing Co., near Grant Park in East Atlanta, was filled with love and care on Saturday, November 4, 2017. The Purple & Green Gala And Cerebral Palsy Awareness was hosted by “Queen Nola”, mother of a 9 yr old daughter with special needs. The evening opened with remarks … Continue reading Special Needs Community Advocate Libra Hicks Hosted The Purple And Green Gala And Cerebral Palsy Awareness Event In East Atlanta

Marriage: For Better or For Worse

I, (name), take you (name), to be my lawfully wedded (wife/husband), to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish; from this day forward until death do us part. Everybody is all for it when everything is smooth sailing. When the finances are just right, the bank … Continue reading Marriage: For Better or For Worse

Blended Families

Some families are created in different ways but are still, in every way, a family A blended family starts with a couple that comes together with children from a previous relationship. Sometimes they may not have children together, but when the family comes together his children become her (the wife) children, and her children become his (the husband) children. The children now have additional siblings … Continue reading Blended Families

Quyionah Wingfield and Her Two Daughters, Jaira Jazzelle and Serenity Marie, Launches A Health and Wellness Company, Cool Moms Dance Too

This interview today is for my mompreneurs, raising kids, working 9 to 5, and building an empire on the side.  I meet Quyionah a few months ago at one of my Sacred Circle meetups she shared her with us her journey of entrepreneurship. I was in awe because she had accomplished so much and yet still on the journey of achieving and accomplishing so much … Continue reading Quyionah Wingfield and Her Two Daughters, Jaira Jazzelle and Serenity Marie, Launches A Health and Wellness Company, Cool Moms Dance Too

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Bonding & Praying for Our Daughter’s

A mother is a daughter’s first best friend One of the first and most important relationships we have in life is with our mother. She cares for you, nurtures you, protects you, and love you; unconditionally. From the womb, she comforts you, calms you, and maybe even sing to you. You feel every emotion that she feels while you’re still inside her womb because at … Continue reading Bonding & Praying for Our Daughter’s

Domestic Violence Awareness: It Is Never Ok. It Is Not Your Fault.

The month of October, Domestic Violence Awareness month which is approaching soon. What exactly is Domestic Violence? Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, sexual violence, psychological violence, and emotional abuse. The frequency and severity of domestic violence … Continue reading Domestic Violence Awareness: It Is Never Ok. It Is Not Your Fault.

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Dealing with the Death of a Loved One

In recent weeks, several clients, colleagues, friends, and family members have experienced the death of a loved one. The circumstances were different for each loved one. However, there are many commonalities we all share when dealing with the death of a loved one. Regardless of how you feel and the circumstances, grief is normal.   Anger, frustration, sadness, worry, uncertainty, etc.  It’s all normal and part … Continue reading Dealing with the Death of a Loved One

I’m Your Everyday Woman, Not Your Superwoman

The everyday woman juggles a multitude of roles and tasks daily. Sometimes, to the detriment of herself. Furthermore, childhood messages such as “What goes on in this house stays in this house..” or “Only monkeys cry”. In addition to, traumas throughout the lifespan plague the everyday woman. For some, the ebb and flow of everyday life is compounded by mental illness or manifest into mental … Continue reading I’m Your Everyday Woman, Not Your Superwoman

Shabby: Will you leave a legacy?

Hey loves, I posted this on my Instagram this morning and decided to share. It’s a quick one…. I’m defining my future to leave a legacy so my kids can have a future. – Zeta J To all my single mothers I know times get hard, it’s not easy doing it alone, and sometimes we lose sight of what’s important. I don’t want us to leave … Continue reading Shabby: Will you leave a legacy?