Gazes Of Truth! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

The eyes are consistently viewed as the telling of truth. Eyes reveal truth, even when the mouth hides from it. That’s the reality of it. Covering the eyes, consistently can mean a few things. It can mean that one doesn’t want their inner truth revealed. Afraid of one’s vulnerabilities to be exposed. Or, it meansRead more ⟶

Triplets Of Pretty Love! Black American Her/History 360, Women’s Herstory Month 2020

They are considered one of the hottest, most successful, women’s groups of all time. Tragedy may have changed things, but their legacy lives on. The messages they encouraged for teenagers, and young women, concerning safe intimacy, and themes of womanhood, continue to be heard, by today’s generation. The messages and songs of TLC, never goRead more ⟶

Rising Up Of Phenomenal Women! Black American Her/History 360, Women’s Herstory Month 2020, World Poetry Day 2020

If you were blessed to live during the time of Dr. Maya Angelou, you were a truly blessed human being. The richness in her tone, as she spoke poetic words, personifies one area of the Earth’s soiling. You felt healed, and re-newed, when listening to, her sound. Whatever pain you were experiencing for the time,Read more ⟶

#SHEROproject National Beauty Expert Michelle Phillips Inspiring Story

Imagine that moment when society no longer requires us to wear a mask, not the dress up kind, but rather the false image we often times feel forced to portray to satisfy and be accepted by others.  National Beauty Expert and SHERO Michelle Phillips understands the true definition of authenticity and “bare face beauty,” butRead more ⟶

Are You Happy With Your Body Image?

When it comes to our notion of the ‘self’, there can be several factors that may be at play. Self-concept is the set of beliefs one holds about oneself and it is also comprehensive of our idea of who we might become in the future. However, it is the collection of ideas we hold aboutRead more ⟶