Damita Miller-Shanklin Are you thinking about how you will spruce up your home this season? This is the time of year when most people start decluttering, putting away winter clothes, and looking at what projects need to be done around their homes. Just a quick side note, I never had the luxury to have different clothes for the season. All my clothes are adapted to … Continue reading What Home Improvements Will You Tackle?
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. This is a disease you have to get taken care of early in order to live with it successfully. There are common symtoms you can look for to determine if you are at risk for Diabetes. The American Diabetes Association list some of the most common symtoms to look for. Urinating often Feeling very thirsty Feeling very hungry – … Continue reading Taking Care Of Your Diabetes
For many young professionals, going from work to glam isn’t easy. But don’t worry though— Avonda Turner has got you covered. Turner tells theGrio.com she really felt the need to upgrade her wardrobe when she started her professional career. Her first thought was to purchase statement jewelry to add a pop to her look, but she couldn’t afford the pieces she liked. That’s when the concept for ERIN/ANDERSON … Continue reading Avonda Turner is helping women go from desk to dinner with one simple step
If you are a person who wears and loves makeup, you may find this story of interest. Check out these two business women who created Mented for all skin tones. When it comes to beauty, Kristen “KJ” Miller and Amanda E. Johnson refuse to settle. In September 2015, the two friends and former Harvard Business School classmates set out to solve a cosmetics problem they kept running … Continue reading These black women entrepreneurs are showing love to all skin tones with ‘Mented’
Where did the love of the Kentucky Derby come from? Me. Watching horses running around a track. Why am I enjoying this sport? Who am I? This was the second year I watched the Kentucky Derby and I find myself intrigued by the horses, their owners, and jockeys. It is the world that I am far, far removed. When my husband suggested we have a … Continue reading Blacks And The Kentucky Derby