Acknowledge it & Apologize: How Do We Move On…or Not

One thing that grinds my gears is when people try to down play situations, especially when it's feelings and even money involved. To me, if you're going to bring up a situation up, state the facts and not downplay or sweep it under a rug. To me, there are some steps to go by to somewhat... Continue Reading →


I’m Going Back to Cali!

"Visiting a difference place, even for a limited time, deeply affects yours soul and way of thinking." --Kyra Kyles; Editor-in-Chief of Ebony Magazine I recently read a short article in Ebony magazine about traveling as I was on a plane heading back home from Los Angeles. How ironic right. I feel like it was a... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Mizz Mona’ Interview!

She had a dream and she went for it and made it a reality. Mizz Mona' is a 23-year-old radio personality, who likes interviewing everyday heroes such as business owners, artists, authors, lawyers, doctors, etc who make a difference. She is a St. Louis native who believes that her city needs a change and her... Continue Reading →

Why Do We Wear The African Head Wrap?

Many black women wear the head wraps that get in touch with their ancestry and African Roots. Some just wear it for the fashion and when they don't feel like doing their hair---I'm guilty of that!!! SO here's some history: It originated in  Sub-Saharan Africa, which is South Africa. The white race imposed the wearing of wraps as... Continue Reading →

What 2016 has Taught Me

2016 has been up and down for me. It's  been filled with emotions and me slowly but finding myself. As the year was reaching it's end, nothing but good things have happened to me. I started out 2016 in a relationship and I'm ending it single, which is fine. That was my first serious relationship... Continue Reading →

GO VOTE People

So clearly this year's presidential election has raised some eyebrows. It is obvious that the main candidates (Clinton an Trump) aren't the best options per se but that doesn't give us a reason not to vote. To the people, mainly MY people who are on social media saying they aren't gonna vote, YOU CAN'T BE... Continue Reading →

Organized Church Burning?

Another hate crime has occurred again, against African Americans. If you don't know, Here's a brief story on it. Tuesday November 1, in Greenville, Mississippi; a church by the name of Hopewell MB Church was set on fire around 10:00 at night. To add fuel to fire (literally) the words "Vote Trump" was spray painted... Continue Reading →

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