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Excellent Strategies To Help You Swim, Not Sink, In The Online Dating Pool This Summer

Excellent Strategies To Help You Swim, Not Sink, In The Online Dating Pool This Summer

| May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

I’m a twenty-something, multi-passionate business owner who works long hours deeply submerged in doing the things I love. Unfortunately, this means that while my career thrives, my dating life takes a dive. After breaking up with my fiancée four years ago, (Yes, girl. Long story. Email me for the dish.) I took the opportunity to […]

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How I Found The Strength To Walk Away From Emotionally Abusive Boyfriend

How I Found The Strength To Walk Away From Emotionally Abusive Boyfriend

| April 28, 2017

I couldn’t believe I found myself in the same position again. This was the second time around nearly a decade later. The only difference was that he didn’t hit me, choke me or try to kill me. Instead, my boyfriend used words to damage my confidence and self-esteem. We started off like any other couple. […]

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Body Positive: What I Have To Deal with Daily As a Girl with Curves

Body Positive: What I Have To Deal with Daily As a Girl with Curves

| April 17, 2017

I am a size 14. On a good day, a size 12. It took me at least a year to say that comfortably without feeling bad about it. When I hit double-digits a lot of negative experiences came alongside it that damaged my confidence and self-esteem like the time a girlfriend asked if I was […]

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Dating for Fun: Why I Have Thrown Out My Lists & Master Plans

Dating for Fun: Why I Have Thrown Out My Lists & Master Plans

| April 3, 2017

Years ago I made a list of qualities I wanted in a partner. He had to be intelligent, family oriented and sit with me during reruns of Seinfeld (whether he liked it or not). The list that started as a few short things quickly evolved into pages of what I believed was a perfectly curated […]

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New Girl on the Block: 10 Reasons Why My Mentorship Program is Sicker Than Yo’ Average

New Girl on the Block: 10 Reasons Why My Mentorship Program is Sicker Than Yo’ Average

| March 21, 2017

Mentorship is the greatest contribution I can make with my life. My co-founder, Safia Bartholomew, and I have been operating New Girl on the Block, for over a year and it’s been one hell of a ride. Over 80 women in 5 countries have been positively impacted and the number is growing steadily. By this […]

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Link Love: The Skin Deep {THE AND} Series

Link Love: The Skin Deep {THE AND} Series

| March 7, 2017

I love this series. For the last few nights, I’ve been watching these conversations and becoming really inspired. I think it’s so important to open up and be vulnerable. For some it’s easier than others, but no matter how long it takes – we should try. This has forced me to think about my own […]

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Honey! He’s Not Worth It: 5 Signs It’s Time To Move On

Honey! He’s Not Worth It: 5 Signs It’s Time To Move On

| August 15, 2016

I have the Beyonce joint “Sorry” blasting in the background. Heartache has not made me bitter, it has actually made me a better woman because I’ve sampled enough to know exactly what qualities I do not want in a life partner. In most areas of my life, I’d like to think I have it all […]

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5 Solo Date Night Ideas For The Girl Who Needs Time To Find Herself

5 Solo Date Night Ideas For The Girl Who Needs Time To Find Herself

| April 17, 2016

Girl, I’m in the process if getting my sexy back and the journey is pretty damn exciting. This weekend I split my time between work and play. It was really nice to put on one of my favorite dresses, get in my truck and go somewhere all alone. A place where no one can find […]

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Global Sisterhood Day

Global Sisterhood Day

| March 19, 2016

SPONSOR GLOBAL SISTERHOOD DAY 2016 HERE: http://igg.me/at/WmlymDfAf7A What is Sisterhood? For nearly all of human history, we have lived together in community, supporting one another. No matter what we were going through – good times or sad – there would be other women there to support, celebrate, encourage and care for us. When women come […]

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Single, Sexy & Celibate: Let’s Talk Self-Love, Standards & Waiting On God’s Timing

Single, Sexy & Celibate: Let’s Talk Self-Love, Standards & Waiting On God’s Timing

| February 16, 2016

I’m 28. I’m single. I’m attractive (No problem saying that). … and I used to have a struggle with temptation. :: Of all kinds :: As do you, don’t judge me or lie to yourself. This is a space where we can keep it real. Whether it may be food, peer pressure, alcohol or sex, […]

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