The First Barbie to Wear a Hijab has made Her Debut

Mattel’s “Shero” collection has been celebrating women and diversity in major way over the last few years. First there was Ava DuVernay, then Gabrielle Douglas and now Ibtihaj Muhammad. In 2016 Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first Olympic athlete to compete wearing a...
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Are You Team iPhone or Team Galaxy? Before You Decide, Watch This “Shade Commerical” by Samsung,

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5 Easy Ways to Save $500 to $1000

Career Builder conducted a survey and found that nearly eight in 10 workers reported that they live paycheck to paycheck to make ends meet. As fast as people are making money, they are spending it. Because people are drowning in debt, they feel as if they are unable...
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Making a List, Checking it Twice!

The holiday is quickly approaching yet this blog has nothing to do with the holiday. It's more so a testimony to push you closer to achieving your goals. I have heard a lot speeches about being productive, having structure and being organized. Why? Because I possess...
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Help Natural Sisters: I Love My Fro But I Want to Switch it Up

I have a love, hate relationship with my hair! I really truly love my big fro. It's fun, it's free, and it's even a conversation starter! Just about everywhere I go family, friends, and strangers want to talk to me about my hair. The conversations are mostly positive,...
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Issa Rae has Done a Great Job at Showcasing the Importance of Representation

Issa is normalizing the natural black woman. For those who are not familiar with Issa Rae she created a YouTube web series called Awkward Black Girl. That amazing YouTube series was noticed by HBO where Issa now co-writes and stars in Insecure which is loosely based...
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