Friendship

Friendship

reshape your circle

It’s Time to 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...
jealousy

Frenvy: Are You Secretly Jealous of Your Friends?

In it’s purest and most effective form, frenvy (aka “friend - envy) is that Bruce Lee kick-to-your-face-and-gut that your body delivers as you listen to your BFF, neighbor, co-worker or close acquaintance, tell you their dream is about to come true.
9 People You Can't Travel With on Your Journey to Success Nia magazine for black women

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

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...
6 People to Shut Out of Your Life nia magazine for black women

6 People to Shut Out of Your Life

Sometimes we have to love people from afar. We’ve all experienced individuals who are counterproductive to our growth and mental well-being. And unfortunately, they all...
Losing Your BFFs in Your 40s Nia Magazine for black women

Losing Your BFFs in Your 40s

My birthday celebrations have always been of epic proportion. I was known to have the grandest parties a small town could offer. I’d have balloons,...
Dear Married Friends Nia magazine for black women

Dear Married Friends…

A few months back, I read a blog post about married couples with children. It addressed their life change and invitations to events they...
Saying Goodbye to Toxic Relationships Nia Magazine for Black women

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...
how to be a good friend Nia magazine for black women

Girlfriends Matter

Friends. How many of us have them? Well according to Facebook, I have close to 2,000. But considering the reality of the “flake rate”, that number...

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Why I Started Nia Magazine

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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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The Journey: Killing My Own Vibe For the Better

“Push your glasses up off your nose, Grandma!” she said, “Your nose is too small for them big framed glasses.” Her raggedy opinion didn’t matter....

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...

Taking Another Chance on Love

I swore that after my divorce 8 years ago, I would never commit to another relationship. After all, what purpose does a man really serve? My...