The Diversity And Inclusion Convo Can’t Exclude Black Women.
In today’s workplace, companies have been expanding their D&I programs and initiatives to prioritize the experiences of marginalized groups – yet there still seems to be a disconnect. These same companies fail to implement incorporating D&I initiatives from an intersectional lens. Black womxn live at the intersection of “double jeopardy”: a unique social condition that […]
It’s Time To Learn Your Sign: How To Read And Understand Your Personal Chart
Astrology, the practice used to reveal the conscious & unconscious beliefs about reality, has gained a lot of attention in mainstream media lately. While t astrology’s growing popularity on social media has allowed more people access to it, it’s also played a big part in promoting misconceptions. From blatant generalizations about the signs to assumptions […]
Who gon check me boo? I’m gonna wear this bonnet.
The great bonnet debate. Black women’s hair is our crown and glory, and many of us protect it at all costs — even in public spaces like the airport. This is a distinct and intentional choice that should be based on a woman’s freedom to decide. Yet, it has now been used in overgeneralized discourse […]
How to Give Yourself a Spiritual Bath
As I have increased my time at home, I often find myself searching for a comfortable area to relax and decompress. One of the best places that I’ve been able to do this — and also disconnect from social media and technology — is by having a spiritual bath. When most people think of a […]
Girl, You Dated <em>Who?</em>: Tarzan Jesus
Have you ever found yourself being picked up for a date and ending up inside their house? Well, meet Tarzan Jesus, the happy-go-lucky #vanlife hippie who picked up his date from the comforts of his humble abode. For our first installment of “Girl You Dated Who,” we will be diving into the unexpected misadventures of […]
Not Wearing Braids on your Birthday is Deeper than a “Preference.”
We have to break from following only Eurocentric standards In a recent Twitter post (now deleted), a user asserted that wearing braids is not appropriate or classy enough to wear for special occasions, such as birthdays. a bitch really told me to get braids as my birthday hairstyle 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 i unfollowed shorty so quick — […]
Taking a Pole Class Boosted My Bad-Bitch Energy to the Next Level
Here’s Why it Will Boost Yours as well Taking a pole class has never been an activity that I thought I would find myself invested in this year. Of course, I love watching the hit shows that have the dance as a central theme like P-Valley. And I’d occasionally imagine myself in another dimension being […]
These Women Re-Shaped My Thoughts on Spirituality as a Black Woman
Every day the world tells us that as Black women, we are not enough. Because of this chilling fact, wellness is essential to protect our state of mind, body, and spirit. It is vital to replenish ourselves daily with affirmations and self-love acts that will feed our souls daily.
Why Skincare is my Favorite Form of Self Care
Skincare has, hands down, become one of my favorite forms of self-care. Whether it be my daily face skin routine or my weekly face mask, skincare has remained one of my favorite self-care forms to implement. I’m not sure if it’s because of consistency or that I feel completely relaxed as I give my skin […]
Tips to Bag Your Quarantine Bae — and A Cuffing Playlist
It’s primetime for the cuffing season, as we begin to enter the season of love and a true day of passion, Valentine’s Day. Whether you already have a bae in mind or you’re dealing with your singledom as the holiday slowly arises. This is the perfect playlist to either get in your feelings or cozy […]