Marissa Mayer is our Sophisticated Diva because of her aspiration for greatness. Mayer is currently the CEO of Yahoo since July 2012. She was ranked 32 in 2013 in the Forbes Magazine’s List of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women. Continue reading “Marissa Mayer”→
What are you doing for Memorial Day? It has been a weekend full of fun, laughter, cookouts, and mini vacations, but lets not forget why we celebrate. We celebrate to remember the soldiers that gave their lives to make our country safer.
I am all about transforming my body into something better. Looking back at my past four birthdays since the age of 25 my body has transform for the better. I’m not going to say journey has been easy, but deciding to get healthy and get fit has been a right choice for me. I am not talking about getting skinny because being skinny does not mean being healthy. I am talking about eating right, working out and making lifestyle changes that will only enhance your journey.
Gone are the days when people young and old would ride their bikes everywhere. These days people are in a rush to get to their destination rather than feeling the wind in their hair and the wheels turning beneath them. For some of us, our youth consisted of riding our bikes everywhere for pleasure or travel. We did not have to worry about raising gas prices or replacing expensive parts to a car but more so whether it would rain and how to replace the bike chain. I miss those days!
Starting a business takes dedication, passion, and determination to succeed. This week is National Small Business as we mention yesterday in our “successful & savvy” post. In honor of that we will be spotlighting three amazing women who showcase their business to succeed.
The time has finally come for my first 5k. I am excited, nervous, and scared all at the same time. The only thing that makes this race rewarding is the fact its the color run. A race that seems fun, and vibrant from their photos.
Declaring My Skin Tone Within the African American Community: Part 2
By: Ms. K
It is not an issue that is disappearing over night because it has been around for centuries. Colorism has not been a mainstream issue to discuss. Society rather ignores the issue, or pretends that colorism is not relevant because it’s an internal issue. Society have planted the seed of self-hatred by developing structural racism within the black community, but at some point people need to develop self-love and acceptance. The issue exists because people allow it to still flourish by placing self-hatred within themselves and other people. Continue reading “Declaring My Skin Tone Within the African American Community: Part 2”→
We all want amazing bodies, but we need to understand it’s going to take time to get there. While it might seem hard at first to reach your goal remember it will happen. I constantly look at old pictures as my motivation to keep going. I do not have the perfect body, but I will never return to how I was a year ago. I just have to keep going and remember my body is under construction.