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 […]

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 […]

Tarot for When You’re In Your Feelings

Tarot for When You're In Your Feelings

You ok, sis? Aside from the nonstop news, America being America, and those social media takes that make you question humanity, you probably have a host of personal things to deal with too. It seems like life is always throwing something at us. Don’t get me wrong, life is beautiful — but it does know […]

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.

How My Bedroom Became My Sanctuary

How My Bedroom Became My Sanctuary

My obsession with decor began when I was a little girl growing up in my parent’s house and helping my mom re-arrange furniture every other weekend. At the time, I wasn’t very fond of the activity; but the more I did it, the better of an eye I developed for it. Soon it was no […]

Keep Your Bible: I Found My Queerness in Black Religion (Part III) Embodiment


He was younger than I expected, younger than our email correspondence had suggested. His pale skin still wore its youth. His round shoulders carried a much older weight. “Nicole, right? Come on in,” he urged after I climbed two sets of stairs and passed through marijuana plumes that smoked within the building’s stairwell. Crossing the […]