Remembering your why is probably the best, most important way to stay motivated.
Sunday’s vlog is about black women and mental health.
To bring this year to a close I’d like to focus on the good that’s happened. So, let’s wrap up 2020 on a high note.
These archives are meant to inspire (dreamers crave inspiration) educate (who ever not needed education) and propel you to dream big (because dreaming small is stupid).
My story is that I had to learn consistency. And that is focusing and pulling all of my energy into one, and only one, thing.
Good hair is any kind that grows out of your scalp.
I have successfully launched my own personal website (click here to view), helped design and edit three (click here and here and here to view) and run a products and services website of my own (click here to view). Needless to say, I think I know the basics. Here’s how I built them: **please noteContinue reading “My Roadmap to Building Your Perfect Website”
I really wanted to talk about how black women are these strong pillars of strength in the black community, how we give and give and give and, routinely, get nothing but more problems in return. I wanted to talk about how this is amazing and that we are AMAZING and we should be honored and regaled as goddesses in the face of society’s pressures to ALWAYS perform well. However, this is not what I have to say.
Your gift will make room for you.
Let’s be honest, if you’re like the rest of America, you could use a little extra cash. So, I wanted to share 7 side hustles I’ve been using to put more $ in my pocket (and no, I don’t mean door dash or uber eats). These suggestions are strictly for creatives who would like toContinue reading “7 Side Hustle Creatives Can Start Right Now”