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Showing posts from December, 2017

Christina Milian

Christina Milian Photo Credit and Article HuffPost: Christina Milian discusses her experience with Domestic Violence in the Huff Post article link above. She shared her experience and shows how to work through the hardship by having faith, strength and support. "Find your inner strength to move on although it will be hard at times. Beauty and love must be within you and you have to learn to love yourself. Take your time to love yourself again. Pray! God is good!"

Women In Film: Hard Hatted Woman "HARD HATTED WOMAN is the first feature-length documentary to tell the story of women breaking down gender barriers in blue-collar construction trades. For decades, women have fought for equal access to these high-paying careers, but the industry remains 97% male-dominated. The film follows five women as they boldly pursue their own personal and economic empowerment through careers in the trades, taking the viewer into the grit and intensity of construction sites and creating powerful and intimate portraits of the women who choose this work. It reveals the challenges they face, their pride and passion for the work, and the enduring fight of the tradeswomen movement." I think this is going to be an interesting film to watch as well as raise awareness and inspire others. Many women are builders, that are not afraid to get their hands dirty and put in the work while embracing their endurance, strength and trade. Some Women In Th

She's A King

Alicia Keys "I’m celebrating Kings from every walk of life! Your unending strength is inspiring to me & you deserve to be reminded of your POWER!!! You are incredible in so many ways!! Believe in yourself like I believe in you" Alicia Keys has merchandise called  "She's A King". I think this is great for the cool and functional woman. There are some really cool pieces to choose from. I provided a link so you can shop and experience how Alicia has embraced womanhood through apparel/accessories. link Photo Credits: Alicia Keys Instagram

SALMA HAYEK NY Times article on Harvey Weinstein

"I am grateful for everyone who is listening to our experiences. I hope that adding my voice to the chorus of those who are finally speaking out will shed light on why it is so difficult, and why so many of us have waited so long. Men sexually harassed because they could. Women are talking today because, in this new era, we finally can." Salma Hayek SALMA HAYEK NY Times article on Harvey Weinstein

Take care of YOU, first

Jada Pinkett Smith In the video below Jada Pinkett Smith speaks about the importance of  balance and self care with her family. It's an inspiration for women. I love the way Jada communicated the message to her loved ones. What's interesting and powerful about her message is that she was able to share her perspective and relate to her loved ones as both a mom and  daughter. 


Snoh Aalegra Snoh Aalegra is a soulful artist woth a voice that's soothing to the ears. " I wanna love him / But what if he hurts me" is a question most women ask themselves when getting involved with someone and feelings are attached. Snoh shares her vulnerable courage. in the  song titled "Emotional".

Trust the Process....

Nikkia Nickolson A dear friend of mine Nikkia Nickolson has created a go fund me page to receive support on her journey. I am proud of Nikkia in taking the natural approach to raising awareness, guidance and healing. She is a wonderful friend, mother and a jewel. I wish Nikkia blessings on her journey emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually on her path of wellness. Meet Nikkia this is HERstory...  “Trust the process”is one of the mantra I have come to rely on from a young age. At the age of 17, it was discovered I have Lupus after years of constant sickness. At first it was scary and I did not understand how to find a balance. Then I got older, started a family and realized I need to trust the process of Hinduism. Hinduism is a belief I started practicing after I had my daughter. At first it was just to find a calm between raising a family and balancing everyday life. Then I began to see that daily practicing helped me physically and spiritually. Practicing gave