Saturday, January 25, 2020

There’s Levels to Your Peace of Mind.

Yes, your brain is on the grind.  It is sending messages faster than Apollo to all of Zeus’ offspring.  That does not mean, however, that you can not find time to be the best you can for you.  Finding your peace of mind will help you to be a great person physically, mentally, and emotionally.  It may not be popular, but most great things are not.  That is perfectly fine because it is your peace.

Some of the Benefits of Starting a Business, Beyond Money.

January 10, 2020 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( When you think about the various benefits of being an entrepreneur, there is virtually a 100% chance that the first images that pop into your mind will have to do with wealth and material comfort. The phrase “successful entrepreneur” naturally seems to summon up images of people in well-tailored suits, driving Rolls-Royces and […]

3 Ways A House Move Can Benefit Your Health.

Tweet ( Okay, so we know that moving home can be stressful. We know that for a while at least, you might not be the healthiest person you have ever been when dealing with the pressures of house and apartment hunting, managing your finances, and packing your boxes.  However, when the moving process is over, […]

Use the Front Door.

January 10, 2020 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Yes, black people should call the police if they see too much suspicious behavior in the streets and stay inside. Well, the one neighbor that answered the door was assaulted and robbed. The situation was so upsetting as I knew the neighbor very well and they were severely hurt. This began my stance of use the front door. If I can’t see, I’m not opening my door. I realized nowhere is so safe that I can let my guard down. Given the season, and just in general, have folks come to your front door. Please do all that you can to stay vigilant and safe. The world needs your light.

Get Involved in the Process.

January 10, 2020 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Voting is very important, but we need to put the same push behind getting involved on various levels as we do going to the polls. We know what our people, and community need. Black women have shown that they are a force for change, and we must get that done in elected positions if we want to see more change happen at a faster more efficient pace.

2020 Can be Different if you Do Something Different.

January 10, 2020 by  
Filed under Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

We’ve all heard that insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly expecting the results to be different. To have a dynamic 2020 you must stop playing denial games with self. The thing is there are people in your life that you genuinely rooting for you to win. They love you and are in your corner…they many have also tried to say some of the same things only to be ignored or verbally attacked. They had their allegiance to you questioned because they were loyal enough to you to tell you the truth.

5 Ways To Automate Your Business Processes.

January 9, 2020 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( If you’re looking for ways to automate your business processes but you don’t know where to start then don’t worry, you have definitely come to the right place. Whether you’re looking to automate your online presence or you want to automate the way in which your products are created, you need to be […]

Meghan McCain Reminds Me of the Privilege of White Women.

January 8, 2020 by  
Filed under Ent., News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

We have to deal with Meghan McCain on our TV because she’s an entitled white girl that is standing on her dad’s legacy and some sort of validation of her voice not realizing she needs a voice of her own. Until she figures out how to have an adult conversation without throwing her privilege, I think she should refrain from speaking…though we know that’s not happening. The thing is Meghan McCain is the kind of political voice that reminds me a white woman is not my ally, and in many instances we could never explain to her why she’s a part of the political problem.

Come and Listen WITH Me.

Jodeci started with the best intentions in their song asking for a gorgeous woman to simply having a conversation to build to something greater.  I wonder what happens, however, after she comes and talks to him. Will he hear or will he listen?  Will he accept what she says even if he does not agree? Will he practice empathy?  Who knows.  If he does, he is one step closer to closing the gap between men and women that has plagued us for too long.

As Mardi Gras Approaches.

January 8, 2020 by  
Filed under Ent., Music, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

We love our city, its culture, and our celebrations. I shouldn’t have to consider staying home because I don’t want to encounter the tourist that in the name of fun crap on my place I call home. If you are having some kind of feud it would be best to find a non-violent way to resolve such, and please do not bring it with you to New Orleans. As Mardi Gras approaches I’m still excited and looking forward to a great season. I just hope natives enjoy themselves without the violence, and tourist refrain from bring violence with them and forgetting how to use a restroom.

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