Tag: happiness

Avoid A Broke Mentality: Why It’s Important To Have a Healthy Relationship with Money

Avoid A Broke Mentality: Why It’s Important To Have a Healthy Relationship with Money

| June 26, 2017

The new cheques I ordered came in the mail today. I smiled when I opened the package because I knew it meant I could start writing more of them to my financial advisor so we can level up my savings account. I’m turning 30 in November, ain’t no times for games. I’m putting all efforts […]

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I haven’t been Blogging Because I’ve Been Actually Living My Life

I haven’t been Blogging Because I’ve Been Actually Living My Life

| June 26, 2017

I needed to take a breath. Not from all things, but some. Blogging is one of them. I’ve been a blogger since 2009 and I’ve been going non stop ever since – there have been pauses in momentum but never an extended time away like as of late. I think it’s healthy to hit the […]

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[video] FIRST: A Love Series

[video] FIRST: A Love Series

| June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Created by: Jahmela Biggs Directed by: James Bland Twitter: @firstseriestv Instagram: firstseriestv Facebook: www.facebook.com/firstseriestv

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Why Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Work a 9-5 Job (and Shut Up About It Too!)

Why Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Work a 9-5 Job (and Shut Up About It Too!)

| June 2, 2017

Girl, you’ve got to chill. I can’t take any more complaining about your 9-5 job so I’m about to hand you a reality check and let you know why this season of your life has importance. The reason why you are not happy in your current situation is because you fail to find the beauty […]

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8 Easy Strategies To Help Promote Your Brand, Idea & Products

8 Easy Strategies To Help Promote Your Brand, Idea & Products

| May 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

So I’ve taught you how to develop and grow your personal brand, I’ve taught you how to become a savvy Side Hustler, and today I am super excited to share some of my proven strategies to help promote your big ideas and products. In such a competitive market, promotion and marketing is important. Creativity flows […]

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Link Love: Lilly Singh Presents – Voices

Link Love: Lilly Singh Presents – Voices

| May 8, 2017

“Our mind is an intricate house filled with secrets, stories and levels. In the rooms of that house live our voices, the ones that whisper to us throughout the day. Being a good person doesn’t mean you don’t have evil voices, it just means you’ve learned to navigate through them. We all have these voices […]

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You Glow, Girl: Mariah Houghton Rideau

You Glow, Girl: Mariah Houghton Rideau

| April 26, 2017

“LONELINESS is a mind game from hell. Because well, first of all, you’re not alone. You’ve got me. Hiiiiii! Second, you have the master of all friendship, closer than a brother, faithful and perfect. You have Jesus. Who, even if you’re not aware of it or WANT to be aware of it, is there. He […]

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Link Love – See Girl Work Speaker Series

Link Love – See Girl Work Speaker Series

| April 24, 2017

What You Can Expect A huge part of See Girl Work is creating valuable content and sharing stories and insights from those who have gone before. As we continue to expand the blog and our relationships with women small business owners, marketers, bloggers, branding experts and digital strategists, we want to extend our platform into […]

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BOOKS: Americanah By – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

BOOKS: Americanah By – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

| April 21, 2017

My thoughts: I first discovered Chimamanda when Beyonce sampled her speech titled “We Should All Be Feminists” in her 2013 single “Flawless.” Then, of course, I started seeing articles, news clips, videos and more so naturally I grew curious. Chimamanda is EVERYTHING y’all. Strong. Beautiful. Smart and more. Synopsis: A powerful, tender story of race and identity […]

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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. So much that it damaged my confidence and self-esteem… like the time a girlfriend asked […]

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