celebrate during the process

Why You Should Always Celebrate During the Process

I have a tendency to wait until a project is completed to celebrate my accomplishment. For example, when I was in the process of getting my...
HIV/AIDS and Black women

We Too Are #BlackGirlMagic: Destroying the Stigma Around Black Women Living with HIV/AIDS

In the fall of 2002, while walking through the vibrant HBCU campus I attended, I heard hip hop music blaring from a huge, red,...
black women in media

Meet Jenny Christian, the FillHealRestore.com Founder Pressing into God’s Promises

"...No matter what, God can fill every void, heal every hurt and restore anything that you’ve lost." ---------- The first time I ever spoke with Jenny...
black women travel abroad

5 Reasons Why You Should Live Abroad At Least Once in Your Life

I was born in a small city, in a small country in the middle of Europe: Brussels, Belgium. To those who even know about...
black women therapy

5 Throwback R&B Songs That Are Like Black Woman Therapy Over a Beat

If you love music like I do, you probably remember Lauryn Hill crooning that respect was just the minimum. And you definitely recall Erykah Badu advising...
black women in media

Meet Mjeema Pickett, Spotify’s R&B/Soul Global Programming Head Living Music As Purpose

"There's no greater feeling than the feeling of being blessed. Of knowing that you followed through with what was in your heart. And you're...
how to stop comparing yourself

Why I Don’t Waste Time Comparing Myself Anymore

When I was little, my older cousin became a Supermodel and TV personality. I grew up seeing her impact everywhere. Men adored her; women half wanted...
black women in media

Meet Numa Perrier, the Writer/Filmmaker Celebrating Blackness, Vulnerability & New Beginnings

"You’ll never be 100% ready. Do it anyway.” ---------- Numa Perrier is a flirt. Seductively voiced with an easy smile and eyes that seem to lure...

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I’m a Strong, Single Black Woman. And Yes, I’m Proud

I'm a 42-year-old Black single mother of a 14-year-old son, so I get it. I'm not exactly in the most desirable demographic. I can accept...