Diana Byfield’s Recipe to Passion and Purpose

2020 was a year to remember. Whether it was losing your job due to the pandemic or as drastic as it may sound , losing  someone you loved due to Covid-19. It was a year that shook us all and unfortunately, the world is still recovering from the shock that began well over one year ago. But some people were able to view the additional … Continue reading Diana Byfield’s Recipe to Passion and Purpose

The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide For Black Moms

Black mothers are everything and deserve to be spoiled. Since Mother’s Day is all about celebrating the moms in our lives, we curated a selection of 8 Black owned items every Black woman on your Mother’s Day shopping list will love. AcARRE Beauty Edit Beauty Edit is a multi use bioactive dry oil that benefits the mom on the go. No time for scalp and … Continue reading The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide For Black Moms

Bridging the Minority Swimming Gap in North America with Rosette Boloko

The weather is warming up. Usually this means pool time and trips to the beach, but have you learned the proper lifesaving skills to ensure your safety in the water? The month of May is only a few days away and is recognized as National Water Safety Month, an annual awareness campaign that aims to ensure all families are water competent. This means being water … Continue reading Bridging the Minority Swimming Gap in North America with Rosette Boloko

Protect Your Mental Health: 4 Mindful Tips

The same day we celebrated the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin, we had to learn of the murder of Ma’Khia Bryant. Ma’Khia was a bright 16 year old young girl who called the police for help. She was in a state of distress and had a knife-some reports say she was defending herself in an altercation. Upon arrival, police shot her four times. All facts … Continue reading Protect Your Mental Health: 4 Mindful Tips

Manifesting Your Dreams in Healthcare And Business With Meisha Amia

Many have dreams of a career. You picture yourself in a certain outfit, having meetings, taking calls and more as you express yourself professionally in one aspect. But have you ever considered how you can evolve within that particular career to make it work for you? Well business mogul, Meisha Amia has conquered this. She has manifested her dreams of having a healthcare career as a nurse while … Continue reading Manifesting Your Dreams in Healthcare And Business With Meisha Amia

Create a New “Normal”

“I can’t wait for things to go back to normal” has been a key phrase for the last year. Due to the pandemic, there’s been so many changes to our lives, many of which we had no control over. It’s understandable that there’s a collective craving for some sense of normalcy. The constant adjusting has highlighted the importance of adaptability. In order to progress in … Continue reading Create a New “Normal”

I’m A Survivor: Brandi L. Benson

What does the word survivor mean to you? To some, it can mean coping with a bad situation or living through a situation that often causes death. To author, speaker, model and cancer survivor, Brandi L. Benson, the word survivor has taken on a new meaning. “Survivor to me means beauty,” Benson shared with BeenWorthy. “I think the most beautiful people have gone through so … Continue reading I’m A Survivor: Brandi L. Benson

Blind and Overcoming the Odds with Blind Girl Vision Founder & CEO Kamille Richardson

What is life like being blind? When you think about it, you might imagine total darkness. You may think of limitations and the inability to lead a normal life. But what I’ve learned is that being blind or visually impaired isn’t about what you can or cannot do. It’s about learning the best way to accomplish whatever goals you’ve set out to achieve. It’s about … Continue reading Blind and Overcoming the Odds with Blind Girl Vision Founder & CEO Kamille Richardson

The Miseducation of the Awkward Fat Black Girl

I never was one to watch my food intake or to even exercise.  Despite that carelessness I managed to grow up to have a sort of slender shape up until giving birth.  I had friends that would count calories, avoid certain mixed drinks while out and even join in exercise challenges or weekly routines.  Ha!  I hated it.  I attempted to join the gym a … Continue reading The Miseducation of the Awkward Fat Black Girl