It’s time to get back to school. If you’re like me, you’ll probably wait until the last minute to prepare for the upcoming semester. I’ve learned that organization is key to make starting school a breeze. Getting organized for the upcoming school year could only take a few hours. I recognize that being organized does not … Continue reading Back to School: Mastering Organization
I did a happy dance when I saw that another health-related movie was trending on Netflix. I saved What The Health in my queue so I could watch it when I had time to really focus. The film received rave reviews on social media so when I crawled underneath my favorite blanket to watch it, … Continue reading What The Health: A Perspective
It is never too early or too late to think about the organizational culture that you work in. While we live in the 21st century and many of us claim to be "woke" and attune to the needs of our ever diversifying global community, the fact remains that few of us do more than express … Continue reading Diversity, Inclusion, and Organizational Culture
Over the past few days, there's been a LOT of discussions about #girlstrip, #squadcare, and overall #BlackGirlMagic. If you haven't made it to the theaters yet, don't worry. This post won't provide any spoilers for you about #GirlsTrip, the movie. It will, however, get you thinking about what a #girlstrip may mean for you and … Continue reading #GirlsTrip: Is #SquadCare the new #SelfCare?
A year ago this week, a fellow #PDAProtégé and I flew to Dallas to be with our mentor turned friend Dr. Pamela D. Anthony. We wanted to spend time with our friend as she battled an illness that would ultimately take her from us. What we didn’t know was that our visit would be the … Continue reading Love Always, Dr. Mini Me
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Lately, I’ve been spending a lot of time in community with Black women in what can only be described as cultivating and nurturing friendships. I’ve gathered with girlfriends, old and new, for the sole purpose of communing based on our commonalities and agreeing to grow through our differences. I’ve danced the night away in celebration … Continue reading My #1 Tip for Amazing Sister-Friendships
I’m a Jay-Z fan. I will argue anyone nine ways til’ Sunday about why the Black Album is one of the greatest albums ever made—not greatest rap, not greatest hip hop, but actual factual greatest albums ever. Before 4:44 dropped, I found myself debating the same concepts across differing communities... For some reason, marriage and … Continue reading On Agency, #Jayz444, #443chat, & a Woman’s Burden