Book Review: 3 Reasons Why The Last Black Unicorn was not a Good Read

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Tiffany Haddish’s new book, The Last Black Unicorn has been on the New York Times bestsellers list for the last two weeks. I am extremely happy for this resilient woman! She is funny, determined and unapologetically Tiffany. Life has thrown Ms. Tiffany a few curve balls. To name a few, she was illiterate until high […]

Book Review: Black Privilege

  I’m currently listening to my second audible session of Charlamange tha God’s memoir, Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create it. Although the title suggests that this book is only for African American’s, there are gems in here for all races. Charlamagne discusses how our mindset determines the outcome of our success, not […]

6 Resources for Serving Others on MLK Day

  “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As Martin Luther King Day, a.k.a, the National Service Day, approaches, I’m thinking about ways to be of service to others. I believe this is a respectable way to demonstrate my appreciation for the sacrifice […]

New Year, New You | Positive Vibes Starts from Within

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Positive Vibes starts from within. During December, many people get bit by the New Year’s bug. The epidemic has become viral. Each year, the same resolutions by the same people or more if others become influenced by it. I’m not trying to tell anybody how to live their lives, but I strongly encourage my readers […]

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