Delicate Flower: The Highly Sensitive Black Girl

As long as I can remember, I’ve always experienced the world differently than those around me. More emotional than most, the caretaker among friends, the deep thinker, the listening empathizer. I have always been that person that people find it easy to confide in, the nurturer. But at times for someone like me, that can […]

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Drink Tea Like an Adult & Shop Ivy’s Tea Company

Join me in supporting Ivy’s Tea Company and “Drink Tea Like an Adult” with the full awareness that with every sip you are improving your overall wellness and supporting your community.

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6 Black Women Writers to Celebrate

As a writer, the works of Zora Neale Hurston, Gloria Naylor, Lucille Clifton, J. California Cooper, Jessica Care Moore and CP Patrick have inspired me immensely. In a society where most school curriculums are whitewashed the works of these Black Women writers are a breath of fresh air. These authors remind me, that I am […]

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Hidden Figures Movie Review

So I finally got around to see Hidden Figures, and it was everything I had imagined. Walking out of the theater, I felt 10 feet tall. It was as if Dorothy, Katherine, and Mary said directly to me, go do it, sister. While I am not in the STEM field, I was still largely inspired […]

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The Art of Noire Care

It has become part of our DNA as black women to put those around us ahead of ourselves. We often live in the shadow of the superwoman, striving to be the person that heals all and yet we do not find time to heal ourselves. We like others, feel hurt and pain and often feel […]

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