3 Black Women Entrepreneurs You Should Know

1 5 BLack Women Entrepreneurs Under 35 While the world of entrepreneurship is diverse in many aspects, statistics show that it is mainly dominated by men. Aside from having to compete with the male dominated market, women must also learn to balance motherhood,marriage and many other responsibilities alongside chasing their dreams of owning a business. Becoming a business owner as a woman takes courage, skill and determination. Here are 5 black women entrepreneurs whose products Continue Reading

Then There Were Four.

  Let me just be honest with you for a moment. I never imagined that I would be a wife and mother. I wasn’t one of those girls who dreamt of white weddings and long evenings in the kitchen. I never planned family vacations in my head or thought of baby names while still learning how to write in cursive. I wanted a career and a grandiose life. Marriage and kids were an added commodity Continue Reading

When God says no…

I can’t believe that it’s already the end of March. This month and even the year seem to be flying by and as I reflect, I’m proud to relish in the reality that I haven’t wasted this first quarter of the year. This time last year, I was so obsessed with buying a house that I could barely focus on anything else and in turn, I wasted the first 3 quarters of the year. My mind Continue Reading

What They Didn’t Tell Me About Pregnancy

Yesterday made 26 weeks/6 months that I’ve been pregnant with my baby girl. As I approached Friday, I began to realize that there are so many aspects of pregnancy that NO ONE told me about. I don’t blame others for not informing me, because I believe it’s a journey that is so individual to each person and each pregnancy that it’s almost a shame to have too much information ahead of time. However, as my husband Continue Reading

Moving Forward

Forward Forward. A progressional movement towards change and succession /Regression hinders the process of movement though it soothes those of us who fear Moving.  Losing sight of my goals I often cower in the shadows of lies just to remind myself that forward holds danger/Fear of rejection and loss/ Fear that the unknown will cost me my comfort /I’ve often become comfortable in being complacent Statements from others had fueled my rational for not being brave  For staying the Continue Reading