3 Ways to Spend Quality Time with Family and Still Meet Deadlines

As a mom who works hard at her 9-to-5, and sometimes her 8-to-12(midnight), the family can get shifted within the stack of her busy life. Making money is important, and it is definitely a motivation to building a better life for your children, but it should not take precedence over the reason you work and make the money. Even though […]

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Making it Work When Opposites Attract

So you may make more money than he does. You are a natural-born decision maker, and can be very opinionated, while he is more of an observer and makes power moves quietly behind the scenes. But there is oftentimes he feels he has to remind you who wears the pants. Is it possible to be on polar ends of the […]

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Failure: Are You Losing to Win?

Failure is one of those dirty words that no one likes to mention. It’s not a cool word to spout around, but failure is imminent. Luckily for everyone failure isn’t the end of it all. Failure is what I like to view as learning curves or growing pains. It never feels good, but it’s necessary at times when you are growing. […]

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Strictly Business or Squad Goals?

As business women, we wear many hats. Not only are we consultants, managers, counselors, and “worker bees,” but we are also human beings. And as human beings, we desire to have sincere friendships, even in our business circles. Sincere friendships are different from strictly professional friendships. You are more inclined to associate outside of the office and share more of […]

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6 Things You Must Do for Your Tech-Savvy Teen

I remember when I was a teenager, computers were the new awe. They were limited to classroom use and the library. But in this day and time, computers and other forms of technology like the iPhone, iPad, and Nook (wait; do they still use Nook?) are just as normal to have as socks and shoes. The social media craze has […]

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Treat Her Like A Lady! Training Your Son to Prevent Domestic Violence

Pushing. Biting. Hitting. Slapping. Hair pulling. These are all actions most of our sons commit at the tender stage after toddlerhood. It is considered by society as normal learning social skills, but where is the line drawn between social development and abuse? Black men have had stigmas attached to them since the inception of slavery in the Americas. Prior to […]

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Not Another Hashtag: #ProtectingOurBabiesin2016

#BlackLivesMatter #AllLivesMatter #JusticeForSandra… The list goes on. And the violence goes on. The uneasiness of a mother when her son innocently walks out from her protective eye continues to go on. The 21st century has spurned into a hotbed of police brutality and black-on-black crime in the media like never before. The deaths seem insurmountable, and the funeral homes are […]

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