Thursday, April 27, 2017

A Few Fun Facts About Crowdsourcing.

April 26, 2017 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Crowdsourcing isn’t exactly new, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot to learn about it. Here are a few fun facts about crowdsourcing that you might find very interesting! Crowdsourcing Was Around In The 1930s When we said crowdsourcing wasn’t a new thing, we meant it. It has been around since […]

Don’t Deal with Debt Alone.

Tweet ( When you are suffering with the plight that is debt it’s easy to feel alone. It’s easy to shut yourself away from the world as you try to sort your financial fiasco out. It’s easy to shut yourself away from the world as your wallow in your adverse situation too. However, there are people […]

Support According to Her Needs.

Tweet ( One of the best things about having a strong sister circle is knowing you are never alone. This manner of support system is necessary for black women to heal, rise and thrive. Of course, in our circle we may find that we can relate to a sister or two more as they may have […]

Slow Down: You Just Met Him.

Tweet ( Being single has its perks, but many of us see it as a season on our way to a healthy relationship. There is absolutely nothing wrong with acknowledging one is tired of being single, and ready to start actively dating. With that being said, it is wise to be realistic, and careful. Sound […]

The Steps You Need To Take To Come Out Of College Debt-Free.

April 24, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The thought of going off to college can be really exciting. There are many different things to look forward to, as well as some more daunting things like possibly moving far from home and the tests that you will do. There may also be some daunting thoughts about the cost of it all. We […]

From Startup to Big Business.

April 24, 2017 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( So, you’ve shown your entrepreneurial spirit by starting your own business. You’ve invested lots of blood, sweat, and tears, not to mention money, into your new venture and you’ve had a modicum of success… what do you do now? If you’ve survived the startup stage of business, give yourself a pat on the back. […]

Coping At Home While Your Man Fights For His Country.

Tweet ( Having a partner in the military is never easy. He’s the person you love with all of your heart, yet he expects you to be okay with the fact that he risks his life every day. To make matters worse, he’s away for extended periods. So, you have plenty of time to dwell on […]

It’s Not The Falling Down, It’s The Getting Back Up.

Tweet ( Accepting that our lives aren’t perfect has become harder than ever. Wait. No. Accepting that we monumentally screwed up has become harder than ever, and there are loads of variables as to why, but a big part of this is social media. There is an author with the initials WHH who said it best […]

Rituals Work: A Meditation for Clarity and Creating New Possibilities.

Tweet ( Before we begin, let me explain what I mean when I use the word “ritual”. Many people panic when they hear the word, interestingly it brings up negative feelings and fear for many although they partake in various rituals throughout the day. A ritual is a practice, something that you intentionally do in order […]

The Sista’s Guide to First Time House Buying.

Tweet ( Are you fed up of renting? Sick of roommates? Want to own a place to call your own and to put your own mark on? Of course you do! But buying ain’t so easy in this world, economic climate and that good old fashioned gender pay gap. Investing in your first home can feel […]

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