The Creative Collective NYC closed out its three-city tour of CultureCon, otherwise known as the ‘The Ultimate Creative Homecoming’ in New York City over the weekend. CultureCon has become the fastest-growing conference for multicultural creatives with only five years under its belt. Founder and media executive, Imani Ellis brought out Continue Reading
Beauties With Brains “Women Excelling In Business” Conference 22′ Panel Recap
Entrepreneur life looks so glamorous on Instagram with all the filters and props, doesn’t it? But hardly anyone ever posts about the true trenches of entrepreneurship and the sometimes literal blood, sweat, and tears it takes to build a successful brand or product. However, during the Fourth Annual Women Excelling Continue Reading
Editor’s Note Nov. 2020: Gratitude Is The Everyday Attitude
It’s my birthday month! WooHoo! However, I was supposed to be in Vegas on November 5th for ‘Britney Day” on my 35th birthday, but as I’m typing this, America is imploding from 2020 with Coronavirus, racism, and a tug-of-war election with America’s Man-Child in Chief. So instead of enjoying a Continue Reading
Beauty News: What We’re Loving This Month
It’s Fall and soon it will be Winter, so just as we’re going through this environmental (and political) change, our beauty routine is going through a sort of transformation too. From colors to more moisturizing skincare routines to battle cold weather ( although it was like 80 degrees in November Continue Reading
Who Made the Macaroni n’ Cheese?
Let’s be unapologetically Black for a minute (and always if we’re being honest cause’ this is a safe place), food is usually at the center of our most important events…holidays, baby showers, wedding, and yes, even funerals. We don’t just cook a few hor d’oeuvres for an event, we feast. Continue Reading
3 Ways To Incorporate The Practice of Gratitude Into Your Daily Routine
If you are serious about improving your quality of life, gratitude is a significant element, and I don’t just mean on Thanksgiving. Gratitude is the comforting emotional response towards the world as well as the people and experiences that we encounter in our lives. There is also deepreverence and an Continue Reading
Ya’ll Celebrating Thanksgiving Or Nah?
As we continue the year with political unrest and social injusticeamongst everything going on in 2020, it’s hard to say what exactly theHolidays will look like this year. As the true atrocities of Thanksgivinghave come to light over the years many, have chosen not to celebrateat all or completely replace Continue Reading
November Book Of The Month: More Than Enough By Elaine Welteroth
There is always that one book that we read at just the right time in our lives. More than Enough by Elaine Welteroth was that book for me during the quarantine this summer. It gave me chills because it was everything I needed and more. From her journey to stepping Continue Reading
TaTa Talk: What Is Breast Implant Illness?
In recognition of National Breast Health Day, I sat down with 90’s model, vintage fashion aficionado, and breast implant illness survivor, Marcia Daly (@marcia_daly) of @Da.DalyDose to share her experience with this little known ailment. As more and more women are making the decision to have their body augmented with Continue Reading
It’s Amazon Prime Day, yall!
2020 continues to stay “on-trend” by shattering traditions and re-creating what normal looks like, and now the retail industry is following suit. Amazon has surprised and delighted many by changing their annual Prime Day (since 2017) from July to October 13 th & 14 th . Many other large retailers Continue Reading