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Hash Tag. GOALS. Why You Need A Plan To Achieve Them.

Hash Tag. GOALS. Why You Need A Plan To Achieve Them.

| December 31, 2016

Positive vibes currently fill my social media timelines. I love the energy and the high-spirited people who are excited to end one year and enter another. Despite what some of us had to endure in 2016, I truly believe that every day is another chance to feel brand new. So I haven’t necessarily been waiting […]

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What To Do When You Think God Has Forgotten You

What To Do When You Think God Has Forgotten You

| December 29, 2016

  I’m not perfect, but every day I’m trying to become a better woman. The last year has been a challenging one. 2016 was filled with many blessings as well as many disappointments, tears and anger. I was left with so many unanswered questions and backslid (again); often neglecting my conversations with God, not attending […]

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[Podcast: Season 2, Episode 4-5] Life Lessons I’ve Learned from Playing Chess + Productivity Hacks that Work

[Podcast: Season 2, Episode 4-5] Life Lessons I’ve Learned from Playing Chess + Productivity Hacks that Work

| December 28, 2016

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4 Non-Negotiables I Use To Help Me Navigate Relationships with Men in the Business World

4 Non-Negotiables I Use To Help Me Navigate Relationships with Men in the Business World

| December 8, 2016

Girlfriend. Always remember, how you let a man into your space will determine how he behaves once he gets there. Years ago when I worked as a stylist in the music and entertainment industry, I constantly stood at a crossroads between right and wrong. My moral compass was always being tested. Working in a male-dominated industry […]

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My (Very Honest) Income Report + Smart Money Goals That Keep Me Driven

My (Very Honest) Income Report + Smart Money Goals That Keep Me Driven

| December 8, 2016

I have not kept any secrets from you. I’ve shared the worst of times and the best of times when it comes to my relationship with money. You’ve read everything from my frustration with trying to keep up with the Kardashians to my big announcement of homeownership and everything in between. The conversations you have […]

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Normani Kordei from Fifth Harmony Shares Style Influences, Turning 20 & Embracing Black Girl Magic

Normani Kordei from Fifth Harmony Shares Style Influences, Turning 20 & Embracing Black Girl Magic

| November 23, 2016

Normani Kordei is the epitome of black girl magic in it’s truest form. At the young age of just 20, Normani has achieved worldwide success as ⅕ of the global girl group Fifth Harmony. Her talent, beauty, and drive have thus far catapulted her to the height of fame. Though that fame comes at a […]

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[Podcast: Season 2, Episode 1-3] Hiring the Right People, Pushing Beyond Fears & Why Late People Are Annoying

[Podcast: Season 2, Episode 1-3] Hiring the Right People, Pushing Beyond Fears & Why Late People Are Annoying

| November 8, 2016

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[Podcast: Episode 16] The Biggest Struggle I Experience as a Christian Woman Today

[Podcast: Episode 16] The Biggest Struggle I Experience as a Christian Woman Today

| September 11, 2016

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[video] The New Stereotype: 7 Women Share What It Means To Be a Beautiful Black Queen

[video] The New Stereotype: 7 Women Share What It Means To Be a Beautiful Black Queen

| August 8, 2016

This installment highlights 7 women as they celebrate body diversity, entrepreneurship, beauty, and sisterhood through the lens of fashion. Featuring: @kellyaugustineb @sankaraxt @_rox.anne_ @thetallsociety @theideagirl_ @msdanidk @queenbsolomon | Photog: @aqut | Director: @mr_northern  

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No, You’re Not “Running Late.” You are Impolite and Selfish

No, You’re Not “Running Late.” You are Impolite and Selfish

| July 29, 2016

My dad is a lieutenant in the Canadian military. According to his watch, if you are on time you are still considered late. If you are early, you are on time. Story of my life. At just 10 years old, I was already a high-performance athlete. A competitive swimmer and an Olympic hopeful, I trained […]

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