National Relaxation Day

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Did you know stress is linked to six chronic illnesses?  According to American Psychological Association stress can lead to heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide, which is why it is important to have days Read more

City of New Orleans First Stop For SwagHer Magazine’s Cover Shoot & Head Shot Party

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Local Urban Magazine Opens Cover Shoot to New Orleans Residents and Other Black Owned Businesses New Orleans, LA (August 15, 2017)-SwagHer Magazine will host their Cover Shoot & Head Shot party at NOLA Spaces in New Orleans, LA August 20, 2017. Read more

Event Recap: Women Mean Business Expo

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You know who is really behind every successful woman- herself! According to the National Association of Women Business Owners more than 9.4 million firms are owned by women, employing nearly 7.9 million people, and generating $1.5 trillion in sales as Read more

Charlottesville Vice Mayor Shows the City is Standing in Unity

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Charlottesville’s Vice Mayor Dr. Wesley Bellamy took to Instagram this morning to show, Charlottesville is united and grateful for the ultimate sacrifice that Heather Heyer, the 32-year old paralegal who was killed over the weekend standing against hatred and bigotry. Read more

#FancysThoughts: Tap Into a Goddess

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        I always tag my post #tapintoagoddess as if to say learn more about me, take a look at my life and the people and things important to me, plug into something greater.  Some don’t agree with Read more

City of New Orleans Urge Residents to Move Vehicles to High Ground

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NEW ORLEANS—Last night, the Sewerage & Water Board lost service to one of its power turbines, which provides power to a majority of the City’s pumping stations serving the East Bank of New Orleans. As a result, the system’s capacity to drain storm Read more

SIXTH ANNUAL BLACKSTAR FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2017 AWARD WINNERS

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Philadelphia, PA —  BlackStar Film Festival proudly announces the winners of the 2017 Festival awards. The Festival, which took place August 3-6  in Philadelphia, was the biggest yet, attracting thousands of film enthusiasts from around the world with multiple sold-out events. Read more

#FancysThoughts: 2 Things I Learned at DWD

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Happy Women’s Day! Today I wanted to take a quick minute and share two things I learned about women at one of Love Le Menu’s Dinner With Divas last month. It had been a while since I attended a dinner, Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Monica Thomas

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  “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.  Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.  It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.  Your playing small does not serve the world.  There Read more

Millennium Mom: Migraine.com

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Ok, sooooo let me start by saying I HATE MIGRAINES!! Especially the kind that puts me out of commission for the entire day. Like c’mon!!! I’m a Mom I don’t have time to lay around waiting for the head throbbing, Read more

West Point Announces The Next First Captain, and She’s a Black Woman

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Last week West Point announced their next first captain of the Corps of Cadets will be Cadet Simone Askew of Fairfax, VA. This is the first time since the school’s opening in 1802 that an African American woman has held Read more

Being Superwoman

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What do you call a woman that truly does it all? Cooks. Cleans. Takes damn good care of her kids. Works a forty plus hour work week. Plus she’s always there for her family and friends whenever they need her, Read more

3 Reasons Why You Should Walk In Your Truth

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  There is something to be said about living and walking in your truth.  I didn’t always walk in my truth because I was ashamed of who I really was and some of the choices that I made, which later Read more

What’s Worse Than Equal Pay For Black Women?

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With all the Black girl magic we read about in the news and the National Women’s Business Council reporting that there are currently 1,521,494 Black Women owned businesses, equal pay for Black women should be no big deal. We certainly Read more

3 Reasons Why YOU Should Attend F*N Funny Tonight in BR

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If you are in the Baton Rouge area and looking for a way to unwind before the weekend, Tony King is hosting FN Funny Comedy shows this evening. The FN FUNNY Comedy Series is the premiere entertainment experience in the Read more

Style Inspiration For Comedy Shows

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Attending a comedy show soon and need style inspiration? Layers is always a good idea, shorts, skirts, flats, or heels will work. It’s all about how you feel. There’s really no rules to fashion nowadays. Checkout some style inspiration in Read more

First Black Mobile Hair Salon Opens 2nd Deglam Shoppe Mobile Hair Salon in the DC Metropolitan Area

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Salon DeJuan today announced the opening of its 2nd De Glam Shoppe Mobile Hair Salon in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area at the physical salon location at 5608 St. Barnabas Road, Oxon Hill, Md.  Coined as the first black mobile hair salon in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area in 2013 which aired Read more

Seahawks’ Michael Bennett Leading By Example

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Michael Bennett, defensive lineman for the Seattle Seahawks, and his wife Pele Bennett will host a benefit and rally for Charleena Lyles, the mentally ill Black mother of four who was killed in a police shooting last month in Seattle. Read more

#FancysThoughts: Misleading

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Greetings, Happy Monday, I shared the above post on my Instagram yesterday, and saw some people seem to feel it, though I am not sure if they understood what I meant. I thought I would break it down right quick. Read more