I had the pleasuring of chatting with mommy mogul Kim Cross, after her inquiring about sponsoring Meet the Authors – The Ultimate Experience. I wanted to hear her story on how she transitioned from the Navy to a fearless mommy mogul 10 years in the making.. Get Inspired….. Tell our readers a little bit about yourself. … More Navy Officer to Mommy Mogul: Meet Kim Cross, Owner of Zhi Bath and Body
Natural disasters can significantly impact the mental health of many including those directly impacted, first responders, survivors of previous natural disasters, and those watching the coverage. Mental Health America (2017) identifies the following common reactions to natural disasters. Disbelief and shock Fear and anxiety about the future Disorientation; difficulty making decisions or concentrating Apathy and … More How To Cope When A Natural Disaster Hit
It sounds cliché but I love ‘love’. I am an advocate for self-love because I know what it feels like to not love yourself or to feel like you are not enough. Like most people, I had to learn how to love myself as an adult. I knew my parents, family, and friends loved me … More Curvy Curly Conscious: Self-Love Day Party
Are you Bold? Are you Audacious? As an entrepreneur, Bold and Audacious are two paramount traits for the aspiring and emerging entrepreneur. Below are four success tips for the Bold and Audacious entrepreneurial woman! Focus on Customer Service Investing in your brand has both things an entrepreneur doesn’t have much of: time and money. Growth … More 4 Success Tips for the Entrepreneurial Woman
Does Prayer Belong In The Workplace? This is truly a topic of conversation that has plagued our nation for many years, except the topic was prayer in the schools. Many feel like prayer has no place in schools, workplace or in public. "What does that say about freedom of religion?" I believe that everyone … More Does Prayer Belong In The Workplace?
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, … More Dealing with the Death of a Loved One
“Don’t let nobody tell you what to do.” “Be a leader, not a follower.” Growing up, especially in the African American community, we have heard these “proverbs” all our lives. We were told at a young age to not follow the crowd, to march to the beat of your own drum. But no one ever … More Redefining Who You Are: Reclaiming Your Labels and Living for Yourself
Nowadays, being a stripper is glorified by rappers and media outlets. It’s said and portrayed to be a lifesaver and money maker. Especially, for girls and women looking to gain popularity and money to make it out of the hood. Don’t get me wrong this industry has evolved. We have seen many women who was … More God Loves Strippers Too: Interview with Sayuri Smith
An Afternoon with Iyanla Vanzant On Sunday, July 29th I got the chance to spend four hours in the presence of six-time New York Times best-selling author and spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant. It honestly didn’t feel like four hours. Iyanla was funny, transparent, authentic, engaging and nurturing as she shared her life story. The first book … More The Experience: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life with Iyanla Vanzant
In shy of a few months, I have accomplished so much. Which I am forever grateful for. But on this journey of entrepreneurship, I feel lost and clueless at times. Many times I am not 100% of the next move. But what I do know is that I have to keep pushing until I reach … More Women Empowerment: What’s Your Next Move?