What #Bey Taught Me

So, how many times have you watched Homecoming? Listen, I’m not judging at ALL. There are so many monumental lessons in the documentary. From entrepreneurship, to seeing her struggle between work and family, to the marketing lessons (of course, my mind went there… I might have given up my marketing career, but I’m still a […]

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The Best Question You’ll Ever Ask Yourself

“What does your perfect day look like?” When someone first asked me this question, it was so profound because at the time I really hadn’t given much thought to what the perfect day looked like. Sure, I’d thought about how I wanted the full sphere of my LIFE to look like. But, I wasn’t sure […]

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1…2…3…JUMP!

I once had a business coach tell me that if my business wasn’t evolving, it was dying. The same goes for our dreams and our lives. If we aren’t taking those bold steps to push our dreams forward, then we’re allowing them to shrivel up and die. What does your most turned-on, exciting, colorful, adventurous […]

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Who Are You?

If I asked you to tell me who you are, could you do that without naming any of your “roles?” Could you tell me all the things that made you light up, and the things that make you tick with no shame or guilt? If today stretched out before you like a long July afternoon […]

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Joy

First let me ask… How are you doing? When you sit down and think about where you are on the JOY meter are you hitting right there at a 10, or are you running on empty and coming in close to 0? I’ve been talking to women who have it all together on paper. Amazing […]

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This is Us

We need to talk about This Is Us. Specifically Beth. From the inception of the show, so many of us have been intrigued by Beth. Smart, witty, magical, national treasure. And although we saw her almost every week, we recently learned that we never actually saw HER. We didn’t know anything about her.But…we thought we […]

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The (Wo)man in the Mirror

You are successful.You have no problem rolling up your sleeves and getting to work.You can burn the candle at both ends, then wake up and make sure the kids go off to school with a packed lunch. You know how to make money while taking care of family. You juggle all the things, and make […]

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Spark (Unapologetic) Joy

Last weekend, I spent some time bingeing on shows on Netflix and like so many of us out there fell in love with Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. I had read the book a few years ago and really connected with her simple method for decluttering. I particularly appreciate her process of holding items and […]

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Holiday Fatigue is Real

Am I the only one asking myself how is it almost the end of January? It feels like I just took down my Christmas tree, and all the goals that I set and feelings of starting 2019 off lit up and on fire… I’m tired just thinking about it. I haven’t gotten my mojo back. […]

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Black Women + Business

Over the weekend, I was researching women of color and happiness (as one does on a Friday night) and I came across this article in Forbes about Black Women Entrepreneurs. The outlook, according to the author, was not very rosy. I scanned the article and then shut my computer down to get ready for bed. […]

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