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Tracey Jackson

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Tracey Jackson is the author of “Lessons From The Journey: From The Valley To The Mountaintop”. She desires to encourage, inspire and invoke thought through her writing while living her faith page by page. You can find out more at www.traceywriteswords.com.

Why You Need To Respect The Expiration Date…On Your Relationships

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Lately, the "experts" have said it's okay to take medication and even consume certain foods that have gone beyond the date stamped on their packaging. Instead of forcibly cleaning out fridges and medicine cabinets on D-day, we are given the "okay" to hold on to that...

Career Advice: How to Conquer The Internal Work Bully

Career Advice: Conquer The Internal Work Bully Nia magazine for black women
Today's work environment has its challenges. Staying current with trends, being on top of deadlines and remaining one step ahead can be downright draining. While all of this is going on, our internal dialogue is on high speed. "Gotta keep up!", "Ace the presentation!" and most of...

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