For the life of me, I really do not understand the kerfuffle White people make sometimes. I have a coworker (yes he’s white) who is no longer supporting Nike because of Colin Kaepernick. But the kicker is when he was … Continue reading Kaepernick, Williams and God’s Favor
Social media is arguably one of the greatest tools created. It has cultivated several paths and opportunities for entrepreneurship and career advancement. It is a great way to share and keep in touch with friends and family across the globe. … Continue reading Learning To Accept Your Flaws
Life can and will sho nuff break you down. Disappointments, insecurities, demons, discrimination, finances, heartbreaks, failures, death, etc. It can all be too much to handle and overwhelming. No matter the age, race, or class, everyone experiences inequities and challenges. … Continue reading Nouns That Push Us Froward
We’re halfway through the year. How are we doing on our goals? Are you still even working towards them? Admittingly, at the beginning of the year, I thought I’d overextended myself with the blog, the podcast and the other creative … Continue reading Six Month Check Up
The intersectionality of being female and Black in the workplace can sometimes be too much to deal with. Micro aggression and outright blatant discrimination against your race and gender can really wear on your emotions and frame of mind. Sometimes … Continue reading How to Stay Positive at Work When You Hate Your Job or When You Wanna Slap Someone
The devil is out here running amuck. We need to look no further than our current administration to see the evidence. We have a President that is a racist and a bigot and only concerned about himself. Not only is he a nuisance and a thorn in everyone’s side in America, but he is hell-bent on agitating other world leaders possibly sending us to the brink of war. Our country needs some serious help and it appears that our only hope relies upon one another. Now more than ever we need to be a united front against the tyranny of … Continue reading Change Agent: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.