by KEISHEL A. WILLIAMS “Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it.” Author Nicholas Sparks really captured the essence of this emotion in a few shorts words. No surprise there, after all, he wrote “The Notebook,” one of the greatest contemporary love stories of our generation. It took me a little while to gather my thoughts on this subject, not … Continue reading xo Learning to Love
Falling in love is easy, perhaps that’s why it’s called “falling” in love and not carefully walking into love. Love is an emotion that makes even the meanest person happy, and when someone knows love, that’s always a good thing. But as Valentine’s Day comes around again this year, there is a myriad of emotions that we are surrounded by when we walk out our … Continue reading Love Yourself Fearlessly
It is no secret that 2016 was a struggle for me – and seemingly many others. It was the first year that I can vividly recall seeing so many people publicly expressing hurt and pain in their lives. So many personal losses and so many professional disappointments occurred, so it was truly a celebration for most to find themselves ready to reset in a … Continue reading 2017 Year Of Healing
By Pamela Redmond Satran A WOMAN SHOULD HAVE… enough money within her control to move out and rent a place of her own even if she never wants to or needs to… A WOMAN SHOULD HAVE… something perfect to wear if the employer or date of her dreams wants to see her in an hour… A WOMAN SHOULD HAVE… a youth she’s content to leave behind… A WOMAN … Continue reading Things Every Woman Should Have And Should Know
Every year like clockwork, you see the mass opinions about Valentine’s Day floating around on social media. The sentiments “Valentine’s Day should be everyday” – meaning you should not wait until that one day to show someone you love them – is always at the top of the list. The day being a marketing haven for retailers is also at the top of the list for … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Guide to Romance
I came across a meme recently posted by blogger Derrick Jaxn which was the cause of lively debate on Facebook. The meme was addressed to women asking: “Ladies, your man comes to pick you up with his female friend in the car. You come to the car and she stays in the front seat. What’s your next move?” I’ve often heard little stories from women … Continue reading Front Seat Reserved: the long standing battle of the sexes in cars?