After November when you see signs that advertise: “Get Your Flu Vaccine Here,” you might think, “Isn’t it too late for that?”
The answer is no, it’s not too late!
“Flu season typically peaks in February and can last as late as May,” says Dr. Anne Schuchat, Assistant Surgeon General of the U.S. Public Health Service and Director of CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. “We are encouraging people who have not yet been vaccinated this season to get vaccinated now.” Continue reading →
This #BrandMom is still in the season of #gratitude especially for the little things which cost little to nothing. As you get older – life is about simplicity – the quiet moments and finding the perfect snack, which won’t add any additional love to your handles. I am ecstatic about my recent discoveries and wanted to share. ☺
My skin has changed since I turned 40, however, 46, has been rough and I mean that. This season the skin has been dry; I’ve tried the uber luxury brands to the no-frills brands, however, I am thankful for saving my skin from being similar to a reptile with an old-fashioned scrub shared on my radio show from @MarshaMakeovers. A listener sent a question into the chat room about dry skin and all I could do was say AMEN.
Ever since I had accepted the job as a mom, I realized that being prepared before the celebratory events was a stress reliever. I have created a system based on my own “last minute” frustrations that help me stay prepared before the holidays, birthdays, spring breaks and etc.
We already know that Christmas is on Dec. 25th, Thanksgiving is in November, Spring Break is in March, school starts in September or August for some and we know the dates of our children’s birthday. Preparing for these festivities before they get near, help us as Busy Moms stay sane and sound avoiding the shopping rush, sale anxiety and last minute pickings. Continue reading →
Do you have an accountability partner? You know a buddy or a coach that will cheer you on and keep you motivated to reach your goal?
This past weekend I attended Tony Robbins’Unleash the Power Within, 4-day conference in New Jersey. The experience forced me to tap into self and put my fears on blast holding me back. Yes, it was that deep. The sessions were typically 8-12 hours a day and the first day was the firewalk. NOTE: You can experience severe burns.
Inspiration is needed to nurture and feed the soul. As a woman, inspiration, is as vital as the heart/blood pumping life into the body. There are times when you feel alone as you plot, negotiate, pitch, nurture and love. Being discouraged is part of the path however you are not alone. #BlackGirlsRock! Black Girls Rock is must-see TV on BET. You will not only get fed spiritually, musically, emotionally and sisterly you will (also) feel jazzed to get out of your way. Yes! Move out of your way and live your authentic passion to reach your ultimate goals. I loved when honoree Mara Brock-Akil (creator of The Game, Being Mary Jane, Girlfriends) said, “Black women/girls are worth rooting for however you must start cheering for self first.”
Somewhere along the way, we got a memo saying that we had to be fabulous–all the time. How is this possible? How many of us are pretending to be a superwoman when we are a super wreck? It’s time to re-invent.
Re-invention is the process of being honest about what’s compromising your spirit and preventing you from being the best (job, business, marriage, family and friends). The goal of re-invention is to become your true, authentic self–so you can live your purpose and make the necessary changes to W-I-N. Continue reading →
It’s no secret that given the economy, it is imperative to market your best self when seeking clients, employment opportunities, and growing a business. In an unsettled economy, everyone must develop a new attitude to stand out from the competition, and the time to start is today as we welcome a new season of renewal. Continue reading →