Tag: feminism

To Season With Salt or Honey – The Importance of the Words We Choose

“At the end of the day people won’t remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel.” Dr. Maya Angelou Words. So simple yet they hold so much power. Language is the tool that separates humans from animals. Our words allow us to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings. Throughout time, […]

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 […]

The She-King Series : A Review – A Novel of Ancient Egypt

I just finished reading The She-King, a four-book series by Libbie Hawker following the life of Hatshepsut, one of Ancient Egypt’s most renowned Pharaohs and one of history’s most badass women. Although, the story was exaggerated at moments to create a better plot-line, the entire subject of the series, Hatshepsut, and the mystery and allure […]

For the Love of Money Pt. 1 – Why More Women Need to Love Their Money

Money. We all have it, we all deal with it, and let’s face it, we all need it. With that being said, why is it so hard to talk about money? I know for me, money was always a topic I kept to a minimum. I have bills, I pay them, I move on. I’ve […]

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