4 Ways to be a Lauryn Hill in a world of Kim K's

All of the glitter ain’t gold and none of this materialistic stuff even matters if your mind is in the wrong place and your subconsciously being ran by money. Ask yourself, why are you doing what you’re doing and what are you really doing to help. They seem like simple questions but the trick is being honest with yourself in the second part of the question. 

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Self-Care Tip: Deep Breathing is the easiest step to take on your journey

Stress is a very high health factor in the African American community from societal pressures to health issues. Stress is high on the scale for health related issues, so it is important to try to reduce it as soon as possible. Then to add to the stress it is hard to find a doctor who you feel understands you.

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February is for Fruition

It's almost the end of February and let me say, 1 this has gone by extremely fast and 2 I couldn't be any happier. I have been working on this idea I've had for about a year now. It's called (be)NuNaked and things are actually starting to come to fruition. It's no longer an idea, I have my LLC, I have my website (in the works), I got my shirts, I'm having a photoshoot, having a launch party in April and the support I get is CRAZY! It's really exciting. 

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5 Ways to Live a Little More Carefree

A friend of mine asked me for wellness tips and how to stay positive all the time and the gag is I’M NOT ALWAYS POSITIVE. I am forever A human though. I honestly get asked a lot on how to stay positive and it’s only funny to me because I’m not ALWAYS positive and I’m getting better at finding the silver lining but I’m human.

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Being Inspired with Josefina Sanders

I came across Josefina’s work first and was like “I know this is printed!!, I‘m tryna get like that!” And then I found the face behind the art and was drawn in completely! Her words and her art were completely genuine and I was lucky enough to be able to have a conversation and share her thoughts and words with you all!

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Here's to a New Beginning

Gabrielle Union really inspired me, she made me confident to speak on some things that I have never spoke on, and as I was reading and writing this memoir I got a little uncomfortable. I also wrote The Peace Pages but I’m not all that peaceful. I fall in and out of peace like anyone and I feel like a memoir fits more because I haven't conquered it just yet.

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