Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are pictured together in New York City on Sept. 13, 2015. via TODAY, Photo Credit: Dipasupil / Getty Images “I’m so glad I got over myself and my fear of what people would think of me if I did not carry my own child.” – Gabrielle Union When Actress Gabrielle Union took to Instagram in December to introduce her baby … Continue reading Gabrielle Union Opens up About Surrogacy: “It’s Okay to Bring Your Child into the World in a Way That is not Through Your Body.”
With success, comes haters and obstacles. Misty Copeland kept her confidence and grace like a true diva when haters tried to tear her down. Ballet Dancer Misty Copeland, who has made history as the first African American Female Principal Dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, recently danced as the Swan Queen in the American Ballet Theatre’s production of Swan Lake in Singapore. But after the … Continue reading Forget What Your Haters Say! Dancer Misty Copeland Takes On All Of Her Online Critics.
Saniyyah Bilal, Philadelphia native and founder of Curio Styling Consultants, has a strong vision in the fashion industry and an even stronger passion to create modesty and style for muslim women. She is killing the game with her scarf and khimar styles! “You don’t have to sacrifice your modesty to have style,” she said in a phone interview Wednesday. “Some women believe that you can’t … Continue reading Model and Stylist Saniyyah Bilal Talks About Finding Your Niche in the Fashion Industry and About How to “Modest-fy” Your Style in an Interview.
The other day, I asked a question in the group, “what do you do when you lose motivation?” As a mom who suffers from depression, one issues that I have when trying to stay consistent in my goals is loss of motivation. You would think that if you are doing what you love, it would be that simple. But from research, most successful people don’t … Continue reading 12 Questions to Ask Yourself to Boost Your Motivation
Join our growing women’s networking group, S.O.R Boss Women Inc. If you are a professional, entrepreneur, artist or talent looking to expand, gain support and exposure from a network of like-minded positive women, please check out our page, S.O.R Boss Women Inc. S.O.R Boss Women Inc. is a networking group for up-and-coming artists, entrepreneurs and professionals to network seek advice and support from other professionals. … Continue reading Check out our Latest Projects, Interviews, Events, and Guest Speakers on our New S.O.R Boss Women Inc. Webpage
Today, I got the chance to meet an awesome business woman named Amber Dickson Hicks — fitness guru and owner of B Fit -N- B Focused. Amber meal preps and makes the best natural juices you would ever want to taste. Today, I bought a few juices at her store viewing in Union, NJ. One was a Beat juice, and the other one was kale, spinach lemonade. When I … Continue reading Boss Woman Amber Dickson Hicks: She’s got the Juice.
Since I began this blog in 2012, I have branched off into other genres such as Entertainment and Health and Wellness writing, but my vision for this blog has remained the same — that is to help and empower women. She’s Our Rock was created to provide resources and promote health/wellness and growth for women. But lately, I have turned my ideas on paper into reality through my … Continue reading S.O.R Boss Women Inc.: New Jersey Women’s Networking Group Looks to Empower Up-and-Coming Entrepreneurs, Artists and Talents
Today is New Years Eve, 2017! And, “Oh my God,” I will be 35 next month. This has got to be the year, in my boss’ words, “that I get off my tricycle and get on my motorcycle.” Some things have got to stop in your 30s, starting 2018. Don’t worry! This isn’t a “new year, new me” post or a “new year’s resolution” post. I won’t … Continue reading Happy New Year: Here are 10 Things We Need to Leave in 2017
Disney’s over-sexualized characters have been a sensitive topic – one that continues to ruffle some feathers. But what is a good blog piece without ruffling some feathers or that doesn’t talk about controversy? My son A.J and I watch Andi Mack every Friday night; it’s absolute bonding time for us. We eat Cheese Its and chips. We bring blankets and pillows, the whole nine yards! … Continue reading Oversexualized Children’s Characters: Is Disney Representing the LGBT Community to children too Early or is it a way of Normalizing the Culture?