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
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
Editor’s Note: October 2020 What’s Working? And What’s Not?
Last month’s word of the month was ‘Transformation’, and I’m thinking that maybe it will continue being the theme for the rest of the fourth quarter of 2020 for this MamaWoman instead of the death, destruction, and sad but comical presidential debates that are being offered. There’s so much that Continue Reading
Bodycam Footage From Breonna Taylor Case Leaked To Social Media
…but didn’t Attorney General Daniel Cameron say there wasn’t any bodycam footage? Only days following a grand jury’s decision to issue no charges against the Louisville officers who fatally shot Breonna Taylor, evidence from the case is now leaking out on social media and digital news sites, raising questions, and grief, Continue Reading
Editor’s Note: September 2020: The Art Of Letting Go
September is here and I just want to say to it, “We don’t want nooo problems, we come in peace, I promise!” I’m honestly still reeling from the loss of Chadwick Boseman, a real life superhero and a forever representation of a strong Black, male lead both on-screen and in Continue Reading
Mompreneur Spotlight: Sabrina Barrett- CEO / Co-founder of ‘Girls with Technology’
Momma of twins, dedicating her time to her passion to change the landscape of STEM-focused corporations. Sabrina Barrett started Girls for Technology back 2015, after which, she was hit with a stroke that had her bed stricken for some time. Sabrina had to learn how to walk again, which was a Continue Reading
Are You Cleaning Your Produce Like You Clean Your Meat?
Going to the farmer’s market is legit one of my favorite pass times. ESPECIALLY, the International Farmers Market in Decatur, GA. After relocating to North Carolina from Atlanta (and D.C.), I realized how spoiled I was with their expansive selection of fresh, exotic fruits and veggies. I miss it so Continue Reading
Mompreneur Spotlight: Krystal Duhaney, CEO and Founder of Milky-Mama.com
In celebration of National Breastfeeding Month, Black Business Month, AND National Wellness Month, we wanted to spotlight a triple threat MamaWoman who embodies each of these efforts while also creating positive social impact. And we couldn’t think of a better Mompreneur to spotlight than Krystal Duhaney, CEO and Founder of Continue Reading