As Zoom has becomes our new classroom, it seems people have been a bit too lax. There is a level of professionalism that we must carry ourselves with — even on Zoom. Many people have complained about the rules that are set forward by schools and colleges, but they are necessary. It is important to … More Don’t Be Tacky On Zoom
I never thought I would be teaching a 6-year-old how to manage his anger but here I am noticing an apparent change in my son. His emotions are way more intense than I’m used to and I’m not the only one noticing. It’s like one day he woke up mad at the world and all … More Anger Management – Kid’s Edition
Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash When this whole talk of coronavirus came into play I didn’t think much of it, yet alone think it would lead to us basically being prisoners in our own homes; unable to enjoy the company of family & friends. It’s not like I was much of a social person in the first … More Homeschooling My 5-Year-Old During the Shut Down.
Hey everybody! Since the beginning of time, people have been trying and experimenting with different things sexually. Have you recently been thinking of new ways to spice up your sex life? I have created an A-Z guide with suggestions of things to incorporate in the bedroom (or out of the bedroom). Check it out and … More An A-Z Guide to Spicing It Up
For some reason, I’ve noticed that many people that have been around me think that I am rich. Since I’ve been out of the military for about three years, I’ve noticed that people have these assumptions that I’m getting cashed out. Just to clarify, these are not true at all, actually it’s something far from … More Dope Boys Chronicles
Summer is here, which means we’re wearing less and going out more. This calls for bottomless mimosas, brunch, brunch and MORE BRUNCH. We all know that seasonal effective disorder is real. Many of us battle with anxiety and depression and it gets real during those winter months. Now that the sun is making more appearances … More New Weather, New You, New Boo?
Self Care Tips Finals week has started or will be approaching for college students. With all the anxiety and also joy for some students I thought it would be important to provide some self-care tips for folks to indulge in. As young black professionals and creatives we are always on the go, in meetings, studying … More We all Need a Little TLC: Self Care Tips
co-parenting: a process where two parents work together to raise a child even though they are divorced or separated. According to Pew Research Center in 2017 almost 15 million children under the age of 18 were living in a single parent home with a mother, while 3 million lived solely with a single father, with … More Co-Parenting: Sharing a Child Ain’t Easy
I’m trying to see us all win in 2019, so I wanted to supply my entrepreneurs with tips on how to make your business pop. Let’s face it, website traffic is super important if you want your business to grow. You can determine how well a business is doing online based on the traffic its … More Using Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to Drive Traffic to Your Website
As a work from home mom, I have come to face many difficulties over the years. Between caring for my children, taking care of the home and making sure we have food on the table, there isn’t much time left for business, let alone time for myself. I have realized that the only way to … More 5 Tips To Being A Happy And Productive Work-From-Home Mom