Spirituality is Subjective – A Lesson Learned

By Eden 1 Comment April 4, 2018

For those of you who know me, or who’ve been following me for a while, you know that I grew up in a very religious household. Our family dynamic revolved around our religion’s standards, and I was chock full of biblical information and facts. From late adolescence into my early adult life, I spent countless […]

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How Black Panther Represented the Roles of Black Women

By Eden 0 Comment March 9, 2018

Marvel’s record-shattering film, Black Panther, has left its footprint not only in entertainment but within American culture. For decades, Black people have been portrayed through various lights in the media and entertainment industry. While there have been quite a few positive representations in media and film, the reality remains that negative images still exist. Black […]

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If You Don’t Punch Your Black Son in the Face Every Day, it’s Child Abuse

By Eden 1 Comment February 26, 2018

Before you crucify me for the title, this is a joke from Chris Rock’s latest Netflix standup special “Tambourine” (A MUST SEE) In this special, Chris Rock gives a humorous point of view to the racial crisis that’s going on in America today. He opened up on a hot topic, police, police brutality and the […]


5 Things You Should Know When Dealing With a Pisces

By Eden 0 Comment February 21, 2018

As Pisces season approaches (whoop! whoop!), I thought I’d share some tips on how to deal with the most slept on sign. People often find the dreamy Pisces confusing but not only am I here to give a few tips but also to clear up a few common misconceptions about the Neptune ruled sign. Lately, […]

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How Maya Angelou’s Life and Legacy Has Inspired Me

By Eden 1 Comment February 7, 2018

  A truly inspirational figure in American history is no doubt, Maya Angelou. A woman of remarkable talent, her life and legacy continue to influence many today. If you’re familiar with Maya’s work, she often told riveting stories about herself and painted vivid pictures of African-American life and culture. Miss Angelou lived a rich life. […]


Living and Loving My Truth in 2018

By Eden 0 Comment January 17, 2018

For many including myself, 2017 was a year of many changes and transitions. While the world seemed to be spinning out of control, it was easy to get caught up and lose one’s vision of their truth. What is your truth? The answer can vary by person. For me, my truth is being transparent, being […]