NIA MAGAZINE CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

NOBI DeLON

Nobi DeLon is a NJ based writer, educator, and empowerment facilitator obsessed with vintage Black glamour, hip hop, good conversation, reading, sweet tea, and hope. Always evolving, this proud mama of three considers herself most fearless when she is being creative behind a pen, podium or set of turntables. Connect with Nobi on her new vice, Instagram.

Nobi's latest articles

Sometimes Black Girl Magic Is A Buried Treasure

I’m a grown, empowered, magic having Black girl. Standing strong in an identity that feels good. Grateful because that wasn’t always my truth. For too long, I...

Date Night Atlanta Edition: 28 Ideas to Make Your Next Date...

If you’re anything like me, a date invitation evokes instant smiles. The kind that starts in your eyes and gently curls the corners of...

MARTY FLETCHER

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.

Marty's latest articles

5 Things Every Woman Needs To Be Successful

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...

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

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...

SADE JANEL OJUOLA

Sade Janel Ojuola is a teacher, writer, counselor, and humanitarian in the making. Based in Los Angeles but currently living in Thailand, Sade is determined to make an impact wherever she is in the world. She writes about being the next Oprah and the rest of her casual life plans at OprahIsMyReligion.wordpress.com.

Sade's latest articles

What’s On Your Bucket List? (and How to Check It Off)

It seems to be tradition to examine the direction of our lives twice a year: once at the beginning to set resolutions, and once...

6 Lessons Living Abroad Has Taught Me About Life

For the past six months, I have lived in southeast Asia as an English teacher in Thailand. Being a born-and-bred Californian, the experience has been...

TANITH RICE-HARRIS

Tanith Rice-Harris is a wanna-be stay at home wife, mother and an aspiring romance author. She spends her days being creative, searching for good music, and trying not to suck at life. Check her out at: www.sunnyharris.net or on Facebook.

Tanith's latest articles

6 Unique Challenges Black Women Face in the Workplace

It’s no secret that as women we just don’t get a fair shake when it comes to the corporate world. The inequalities we face...

8 Things Confident Women Just Don’t Do

There's nothing like a confident woman. A woman who is sure of herself can rule an entire empire. But what if your confidence isn't where it...

TAKIA ROSS

Takia is a professional Make-Up Artist and owner of Accessmatized, LLC the home of Pretty Mobile Baltimore, DMV’s First Mobile Make-Up Studio. Takia’s passion is to encourage and inspire women to live their best lives and dream BIG; and she is leading by example. http://www.accessmatized.com

Takia's latest articles

I’m Only Allowing Myself 48 Hours to Grieve the End of...

My relationship is over. I don’t want it to be but it is. I hoped that we could talk about things and work through the...

Mind Your Business. Yes, I Said It!

It happens to all of us. That moment when you’re scrolling down your timeline and you see it. Someone launched the idea you have been sitting...

SARAH SOMIAN

Sarah Somian is a Holistic Nutritionist and Wellness Consultant with a passion for natural and holistic methods of healing and nourishing the body. She firmly believes that Nature and whole foods can be powerful medicines, when used appropriately. Her mission is to empower and educate her clients so that they can enjoy vibrant health from the inside out. A real globetrotter and travel enthusiast as well, you can easily find her via her website: www.deliciouslyvibrant.com, Instagram, or Facebook.

Sarah's latest articles

What Cuba Has Taught Me

It has now been about 1 week since I left Cuba and I am still processing everything that I got to experience and see on...

6 Ways To Kick Unhealthy Food Out of Your Kitchen Once...

Eating healthy at home can feel so daunting and even boring to some. Most people simply have no idea how tasty and easy healthy...

DR. KATRINA SPIGNER

Dr. Katrina Spigner (Dr. K) is the Founder and CEO of Re-Source Solutions,LLC, a personal and professional growth and development company. She is a certified personal and executive coach, inspirational speaker, workshop facilitator, author of three books, and an adjunct professor. Dr. K is the creator of the research-based, Voice Positioning System, a strategy that emerges out of her “Voice Lessons” program, which is designed to help women harness their power and master their influence. More than anything, Dr. K’s heart’s desire is to live her life in a way that SPEAKS LIFE! Find her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Dr. K's latest articles

What Will Happen to the Black Woman’s Voice When Michelle Obama...

On August 25, 2008, Mrs. Michelle Obama took the stage at the Democratic National Convention. In front of an exuberant crowd, she stepped up...

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.

The Latest

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...

WHAT'S TRENDING

The Importance of Saying Goodbye to Toxic Relationships

Did you know that being in a toxic relationship can kill you? Well, hopefully not literally, but it can kill your spirit. Relationships are powerful. Humans...

Celebrate Black History Month with “Terrell and Keke’s Adventures Through Time”

I must say that I never dreamed that I would become a children’s book author or even thought it was in my wheelhouse of...

How to Talk to Aging Parents about Their Health

If you are like me and in the unfortunate position of living far away from your parents, when you do see them it is...