The two long-time friends, Serena Williams and Meghan Markle, share advice and they genuinely support one another in their endeavors. You should see it. They have the cutest sister-bond! It all started when they first met in 2010. Unaware of what would bloom, they competed in the DirectTV Beach Bowl together in 2014. Since, their friendship has grown into an incredibly inspiring one – one … Continue reading Serena Williams and Meghan Markle’s Sister-Bond: a Friendship Every Powerful Diva Should Have
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.
Right in the mix of Comedian Mo’Nique’s talk of her Netflix boycott, another comedian Tiffany Haddish, has recently announced that she got her own $800,000 dollar deal with the streaming service. She is to be the lead in a Netflix animated comedy series “Tuca and Bertie.” Reportedly, Haddish will play a “cocky-care-free toucan” named “Tuca” that is friends with “Bertie,” a daydreaming singing bird. Despite … Continue reading Tiffany Haddash gets an $800,000 Deal With Netflix After Mo’Nique’s Claims of Being Lowballed by the Network Because of Racism.
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.
The name Nola Darling just screams fantasy – almost like a fairy-tale in a bleak and bias society. Miss Darling, portrayed by DeWanda Wise, is a sexually liberated Brooklyn artist who is struggling to make ends meet and is also trying to juggle three lovers. Who said every woman’s fantasy is to date just one man as opposed to the traditional approach to dating? Heck, Nola’s got a man for every need … Continue reading “She’s Gotta Have It” is Back for Season Two: A Letter to Nola Darling.
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
As women, we are full of desires i.e the perfect family, job, man, hair or even shoes — well maybe not that superficial. But when your heart is set on unfulfilled desires, it can bring on a feeling of hopelessness. Those feelings arrive, especially, when you need helpful advice, and everyone offers the most cliché’ phrases ever…”just keep the faith,” “know that it will get greater later,” etc, etc. I’m … Continue reading What Unbreakable Faith Looks Like
My son’s first football scrimmage was today. It was his first game on Mighty Mites. To my surprise, they played their little hearts out, winning 2 scrimmages and tying one. Before we stepped foot on the field this morning, we prayed. We prayed for the safety of all the teams, for the children to be peaceful and play to their fullest potential. Oh yeah, we prayed that we’d win! I’m glad that … Continue reading Beauty For Ashes
Day two of my 7 day fast to becoming more focused on my goals through prayer has been challenging. Limiting social media is one of my goals. However, living in a time when social media has become a main source of communication, overindulging is tempting — especially when you have things to do. One social media second can easily be one work hour in your mind, and then boom, you’re distracted. But … Continue reading Emptying Out The Negative
Since the day that I was laid off from my job as an Employment Specialist of 7 years (about a month ago) I’ve had some time to become more visual about my future i.e my finances, my weight-loss and writing goals. Some of the helpful advice from an older family member included attending a financial boot-camp and a separate blogging course. Similar to many people, … Continue reading Success Occurs When Your Dreams Become Bigger Than Your Excuses