Black History Month
Today starts the first day of Black History Month for 2015. We have to know our history or we will always repeat our past.
Tell us who is your most influential person……
By: Ms. K
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About the Book:
A woman rediscovers her sexual drive after years of being with only one man who never fully awakens her inner passion. Until one summer, everything changes after she meets “Lover Boy.”
About the Author:
Ms. K wrote this poetry book as a liberation of her own sexual experience and fantasy. After being in a relationship for so long without fully experiencing her own sexual freedom, she wanted to free herself from believing a woman could become sexual being without be considered a loose woman. One summer after becoming free she wanted to experience her sexual fantasy with no guilt, no worries, no judgment. That summer she claimed her sexuality.
Throw Back Thursday #tbt
By: Ms. K
Its the small changes that keep me going. Fitness to me is not a victory race, instead its a lifestyle change. I wanna show how much, I value my transformation. When every #tbt comes I just look at my old pictures as a constant motivation to keep going.
Getting your Workout Groove Back
By: Ms. K
I have been on a journey getting back my workout groove for over a year now. Its about remaining motivated and realizing that it will not happen over night. I love working out the same way I love listening to a great melody. Continue reading “Getting your Workout Groove Back”
Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned
Her Highness Sheikha Mozah is the SOPHISTICATED DIVA of the week. She is the driving force behind educational and social reforms in Qatar, by serving as a Chairperson of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development; Vice Chair of the Supreme Council of Health; Sidra Medical and Research Centre; actively contributes to UNESCO and many more.
Her Highness embodies the “Superwoman” characteristics. She is a leader for all especially the minority (the children), promotes positivity through educational and social reforms, and defies social norms of what it means to be a woman today; most importantly what it means to be a Muslim woman in an Arab country. Kudos to Sheikha Mozah for breaking new boundaries for woman and becoming a positive role model to young women everywhere.
Some of her Accomplishments are:
1. 2010 #74 Forbes Power Women
2. Founded the Shafallah Center (center to aid disabled children)
3. Changing the perspective of how Arabic and/or Middle Eastern women are perceived
Side note: I love her outfits. She exudes glam, elegance, confidence and more. What it means to be a woman. You do not need to wear revealing clothes to look beautiful. Pure Inspiration!
Learn more at her website: