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Marty Fletcher

Marty Fletcher
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Marty Fletcher is an author, blogger and expert in improving friendships between women. She is the author of "Broken Whole" and "The Better Than Best Friend Guide: Becoming The Friend You Need Her To Be". Her books empower, motivate, and inspire women to become better women and friends.

5 Things Every Woman Needs To Be Successful

things every woman needs to be successful nia magazine for black women
So you’ve decided that you want to be successful.  Great!  This will be the easiest decision you make on your road to success. The road will be long, winding, and sometimes slippery, so it is a must that you pack light. Here are 5 things you...

Girl Fight: Why Your Friendship Status Isn’t for Social Media

social media friendship
There is a quote that reads: “To have a true enemy, choose a friend”. If you don’t believe it, take a look at your social media accounts and you will find remnants of what used to be the tightest of friendships… ones that now exist...

But Is He Even Worthy of Your Love?

black love
If this month has you feeling down and you are contemplating calling back that guy with the bad tooth just so you can have a date for Valentine’s Day or Friday night - hold your horses. Don’t allow a feeling of loneliness to push you...

It’s Time to Reshape Your Circle

reshape your circle
Enough is enough of being loyal to individuals who don’t even return your phone calls. If you haven’t heard, time is of the essence and life is too short to be surrounded by people who’d rather be anywhere in the world than with you. You have dreams...

9 People You Can’t Travel With on Your Journey to Success

9 People You Can't Travel With on Your Journey to Success Nia magazine for black women
You’re going on a journey. That’s right, your destination is success! However, before you arrive at your destiny-ation you need to make sure that your vehicle is clear for take off, and that means that there will be a weight requirement. You will have to weigh...

WHY I STARTED NIA

Why I Started Nia Magazine

The most important piece is YOU, our readers. Thank you in advance for being a part of the Nia movement. I want to hear from you. What do you want to see? What do you care about? Nia is a dialogue. We’re in this together.

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Why America Must Pass the Chalk to Black Women

This singular moment in Hidden Figures sums up how the US should interact with Black women. During a highly classified government meeting, a group consisting...

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I’m a full-time working mother of 4 daughters - oh, and a writer too. Life is full, even with my new found ability to say NO...

14 Children’s Books With Black Characters to Buy This Season

The Holiday season is quickly approaching and you know what that means. Lists, get-togethers, and tubes of wrapping paper cluttering up the hall closet until...

Why Being “Crazy” Isn’t Cute

"What's worse? Looking jealous or crazy...jealous or crazy? I'd rather be crazy." Hmmnn...For whatever reason, being "crazy" is being celebrated by the masses as a given...