National Reconciliation Day

It’s a beautiful thing to discover a fault, recognize the wrong doing and make a conscience decision to not only to say sorry but to turn from the fault and do the right thing in changing the behavior. I know a few folks missed a few steps in this short paragraph so in order to…

Women History Month: Take the Leap with Ruksana H.

Women are taught to be strong and often times that means being caregivers to others while neglecting our own health. We interviewed Ruksana who knows a thing or two about putting your health as a priority! Ladies we can’t lead the way until we lead ourselves into good health! Being strong, last year took a…

Women’s History Month: Kenzi W. Balancing Act!

Women’s History is still going strong. We are learning from so many amazing women and we will continue for the rest of the month. We are talking about being resilient. It’s a skill set. So many times, again it’s not about pushing through no matter what. Its easier for others depending on the severity of the offense…

Friday Check-in February 21, 2020

Its been quite some time since we have done a Friday Checkup. A lot of that has to do with me attending Blogher Health 20 in LA. I am sure by now you have caught up. If not hit the link. We are moving full stream ahead with Women’s History month and with that being…

Teaching my First Writing Class with TCP

I don’t know how often the class will take place but when I tell you I had zero anxiety teaching something I do naturally daily it was everything. I have been rocking with TCP since 2014 before it was TCP. I am always honored to be in their space.  Teaching is so therapeutic for me and I…

The Phoenix Theatre Presents: The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie is an explosion of ups and downs of navigating familiar relationships. Tom is a writer who goes back home and is hit with the reasons he left his family in the first place. Relationships are strained but they reveal some hidden and hurtful truths. Mothers we have a responsibility to our children…

Harrietts Book Store

 People say that book stores are no longer necessary due to eBooks, E-readers, etc. Content a lot of it anyway can be found online. I beg to differ. I was told the same thing when I started blogging. I was told it was a completely saturated field and people only wanted to influence aka be…

Mayor Kenney Thank You Concert

I had the honor of attending the Thank You Concert. I walked in with no expectations and left knowing I had a good time. I posted on my personal Facebook page how I needed more friends who were 50 plus because they know how to party. I went with friends were well below that marker…

Monday Motivation: Inner Stock

Sick of the New Year I get it some folks hate hearing the whole Happy New Year. I get it. However, what’s more irritating is hearing people who put others down if they are known not to keep their “resolutions.” We know that stats show that by February 1st a lot of people have stopped going hard in their new goals….

No short cuts in this Blogging Life

So, Hey Friday! It’s already Friday whew! Thank God! I mean I can’t complain about that. However, trying to continue moving in this week has been interesting. I was sick on New Year Eve night and it came on super sudden. I was planning on going to a friend’s party with the kids. However, a sinus infection took over my life. I…