Business and Personal Mottos for 2018 Part Two

Yesterday I broke down how a closed mouth don’t get fed and the importance of not allowing rejection to stop you from achieving your goals. Today, I want to touch on a motto that I think we need to implement in not only our business lives, but out personal lives. The Art of Saying No. It’s really hard for me to say no in both my business and personal life, and if you’re someone like me who can’t say no, […]

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Business and Personal Mottos for 2018 Part One

I’m not one that’s down for the “New Year…New Me” motto that folks tend to do every January, or last week in December. And I’m damn sure not here for New Year’s Resolutions. For one, I always tend to screw up the resolutions – I’m not going to curse anymore, I’m going to go on a diet, I’m gonna join a gym – you know all that crap because, “New Year…New Me”. Y’all can keep that. I still plan on […]

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That’s All Folks!

2017 is a wrap! I’m not sure how I made it through, but I did. To be honest, this was actually the best year I’ve had in such a long time and it consisted of tons of firsts. Here’s my “listacle” of things that happened this year that meant a lot to me, some of which just so happened to also be a first. In January, I came up with the idea for Bingo Love and embarked on a quest […]

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Yeah…Me Too

Trigger warning: rape, sexual assault. #MeToo I’ve been paralyzed with fear these past few weeks since the exposure of predator, Harvey Weinstein. Reading so many stories of women sharing their sexual assaults and harassment, has had me reliving the multiple times that I have been assaulted and harassed. I built a dam in my head to protect me from reliving these events, but that dam broke a few years ago. Perhaps I should’ve muted everything – hashtags, certain words, people […]

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Bah Fuckn HumBug

‘Twas the night before Christmas and I gave no fucks About holidays and family and all those Santa schmucks. -Tee Franklin I hate the holidays; always have. I never celebrated Christmas as a child. “Christ wasn’t born on December 25th.” I heard it every year from my mother if I even thought about bringing up the word Christmas. I couldn’t even go to anyone’s house that celebrated Christmas, because my mother didn’t want me to be exposed to that “paganism”. […]

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