When deciding on how to present oneself for a professional photoshoot, many people don't have to decide between wearing their hair natural or not because their natural is seen as normal. But when black people, and, more specifically, many black women, decide that the want to wear their hair in the way that it was … Continue reading Why I Decided to Wear My Natural Hair for a Professional Headshot
The problem is many of us want to look like Jay Z or Beyoncé in their clothes when we were made to look like Jack and Jill in our own. Let them inspire you but never try to be them. You're doing yourself and the rest of the world a disservice.
We've all heard some elder say something along the lines of "If it's going to be worth it, it won't be easy." That has never been more true than today.
We've all been at that point where we think we won't get ahead if we don't give it our all. But nothing that has a dollar value is worth your all. Health. Experiences. Love. Joy. Peace. Those things are worth your all. If it doesn't bring you those things, it's only a means to an end.
Getting the right job title, toilet cleaning, and physical fitness all in this week's edition of #TrendingThursday 2.0.
Let's talk about the side of America and the American workplace that no one wants to: the misogynistic side. Just as America was built on the brains and backs of black people, it was birthed from the wombs, works, and wisdom of women. Why do we treat those we owe so much to so poorly? Will that forever be an inherent human flaw?
Yesterday, I was at work. Yesterday, I was at work in my navy chinos. Yesterday, I was at work in my navy chinos and I got ready to go on my lunch break. Yesterday, I was at work in my navy chinos and I got ready to go on my lunch break and my chinos, … Continue reading The Blowout