TLC’s Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins’ life is one filled with overcoming insurmountable odds and finding blessings in unexpected places. Watkins was diagnosed with sickle cell disease at the age of seven and spend much of her childhood in and out of…
MADE by By Allison Kugel Vanessa Williams is a creature unlike any other. It’s as though she came here to impart the ins and outs of living life on one’s own terms. From unwitting societal lightning rod during the 1980s…
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First of all, let me start by saying I love my corporate day job. And I’m darn good at it. But about five years ago when I attended my first Lisa Nichols Speak and Write to Make Millions workshop, I learned the
The “Stanford Marshmallow Study” on delayed gratification that was conducted in the late 1960’s and 70’s gave children a choice between one small reward (one marshmallow) provided immediately, or two small rewards (two marshmallows) if they were able to wait
I have never been the gardening type. My mother has constantly told me with when I move to a new place, “Jee, you need some plants in your place.” The most I can give you is some flowers from Trader
I was at the airport waiting to check my bags in for an international flight. I was about to be seriously annoyed because it was taking so daggone long, and I was admittedly cranky. However, what delivered me from my
When it comes to social media today, it’s easy to focus on Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook; especially as millennials. We get caught up in the fun mediums catered to socializing with our friends and family. However, as social media has
When your mind conjures up the thought of creating boundaries, there are a million thoughts that probably ensue. If you are a people pleaser, a giver or have a difficult time saying no, you might experience a little bit of