What is a Mom-Springa and Why Do I Need One?

I recently finished reading “The Overdue Life of Amy Byler” by Kelly Harms. It was a great kick-off summer read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Not only was it funny and down to earth, but the book left me with some life long lessons, with the top one being: all moms, new or not so […]

The Art of Letting Sh*t Go

The Art of Letting Shit Go, what does it mean? On my personal growth journey, I’ve learned that letting go of negative emotions that we tie to painful memories makes us receptive to new positive experiences. Imagine that you are on a long journey and you come to an old bridge. This bridge can only […]

5 Ways To Deal With Working-Mom Guilt

As a mom who’s also balancing a career, I know all too well the feeling of “working-mom guilt.” Before I had my son, furthering my career was my top priority, but after welcoming the greatest love I’ve ever known into my life, my career bumped off of the top of my “most important” list. After […]

10 Ways to Welcome Spring

Today marks the first day of Spring, and where I live, I was pleased to wake up to 50-degree weather and sunshine. Spring is my favorite season. After a long, cold, and bitter winter, it’s amazing to watch everything come back to life. There’s a feeling of rebirth and youth in the air as baby […]

Embracing the Water In Your Personality

The middle of March is the peak of Pisces season on the zodiac calendar. In my opinion, Pisces seems to be the most underrated and underappreciated signs, often being labeled as overly emotional and creative introverts. But as I’ve learned to be more in touch with my water dominant personality, I’ve come to appreciate that […]

Changing the Black Girl Narrative : Identity

Identity. This word resonates deeply with me. Identity is defined as ” the fact of being who or what a person or thing is.” Simple right? Being what you are. Unfortunately, living this truth is much more complicated than it appears to be and not all of us have the privilege of living our true […]

10 Songs From my “Boss Mom” Playlist

Everyone has a playlist that gets them going on the way to work. As a working mom, I use these songs as motivation to crush my day and grind hard for my family. I’ve included my favorite lines from these songs, personal mantras if you will. Feel free to share! 1. Money – Cardi B […]

Changing the Black Girl Narrative : Education

I chose to make the first installment of this blog series about changing the Black girl narrative when it comes to education. With the current political and social climate in our country, it’s essential that we begin taking the initiative to change the narrative of future Black girls everywhere from an early age; where these […]

Changing the Black Girl Narrative : Introduction

In my personal opinion, Black women have a particular mystery about them which could be translated as magical. Historically resilient, fierce, loyal, and resourceful, Black women have had to overcome numerous obstacles and today, still, fight for equality and for their voices to be heard. I’m sure it can be agreed on by many, that […]

For the Love of Money Part II – Setting Realistic Saving Goals in 2019

Happy New Year everyone! As you all know, I’ve declared 2019 the “Money Year”, so I thought it would be a great idea to start the year off right with a blog post on tracking expenses and setting realistic goals for to save as much money as possible in 2019! I’m by no means a […]

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