Steelness Of A Woman, In Danger’s Quiet Sound! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

One of the powers and beauty of music, during this time of the international corona epidemic, is its power to bring mental, spiritual, and emotional clarity. As millions around the world, are experiencing the fear of food shortages, shortage of hospital beds, and intense fear, music and the arts are those special havens of quiet.Read more ⟶

Opened To Vulnerability, In Order. . .To Be! Interview With BJ Williams, Founder Of “Can I Be Vulnerable?”-Black American Her/History 360

Allowing oneself to be vulnerable is one of those necessary, yet cautionary, attributes in achieving healthy relationships with the right people. Being open and honest with oneself, one’s weaknesses, and how this brings forth the realm of honesty. Going back to Merriam-Webster’s definition of vulnerable, we are, again, presented with two meanings: 1.) capable ofRead more ⟶

6 Ways to Create a Happy and Productive Workplace

The logic is clear. When people at work are happy, they tend to be more productive. While employers may have no control over how happy employees are in their personal lives, they can certainly make concerted efforts to provide a pleasant workplace. Mind you, it’s clear to mature, professional people that the office is notRead more ⟶

5 Things I’ve Learned About Happiness

5 Things I’ve Learned about Happiness [Trying to Spread Happiness in 16 Countries Across 3 Continents Over 5 Years] 1. Everybody wants it. “I want to be miserable every day,” says nobody ever. There’s a difference between wanting something and well, changing your daily behavior and mindset to get it. I mean, everybody wants thatRead more ⟶