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Showing posts from October, 2020


     "A strong woman is both strong and powerful, she is both practical and spiritual. A strong woman in her essence is a gift to the world" Credit: It's funny how life works and things come to a full circle. The image of Cedella Marley above reminded me of one of my first posts for this blog it was an image of a lion in the post titled Be Fearless.  SCARS = STRENGTH/RESILIENCE .  Five years strong the lioness is embraced.  REDEMPTION Redeem. Return. Rediscover. Recover. Reclaim "The old world has ended the new world has just begun.  "If you know where you come from, if you know where you go, you won't be lost"  Today is a beautiful day, a day of rebirth and to rejoice. On this day October 21 HERstory blog was created. I express my deepest appreciation and gratitude on this journey traveled.  I  was thinking about what to write about for today's post and I c

Lost & Found

 "G ood music is timeless, and if you create with that honesty, it will last." Jorja Smith album Lost & Found is an album of grief, growth and grace.  The One On Your Own "I’m honest and real, and I keep myself grounded" – Jorja Smith "being comfortable in your skin, and knowing that your imperfections make you perfect. You have to realise that you’ve got flaws and they’re fine – they just make you who you are." Photo Credit, Quote and Reference:


  " EXHALE is an emotional well-being app designed for Black, Indigenous, Women of Color (BIWOC). It’s time to exhale - to let go of all that isn't serving you and breathe in life, energy, healing, and love." Photo Above is the Founder of Exhale App  Katara Mccarty  Resource: Article: Photo Credit:

No Rain No Flowers

"'No Rain, No Flowers' is an inside look into my journey of healing and growth. Rain symbolizes darkness but also represents an essential part of rebirth. If there is no rain, there are no flowers." Naked: Messages from Her: Website Reference: Photo Credit of Sabrina Claudio:  Pinterest

Mental Health and Wellness

Shanti Das Founder/Executive Director, Silence the Shame Inc. Today is World Mental Health Day. Shanti Das is empowering and educating others in an admirable way. Doing the work is so essential and she sets a good example through dedication, community conversations and leading by example by sharing her own experience as well as her journey.  Shanti explains the difference between a Psychiatrist and a Therapist Mental Health and Behavioral Health.  "We all have mental health we might not have a mental illness" Silence the Shame Learn about Shanti and her story in Silencing my Shame: Article:  

Eartha Kitt

" The river is constantly turning and bending and you never know where it's going to go and where you'll wind up. Following the bend in the river and staying on your own path means that you are on the right track. Don't let anyone deter you from that."