When Life Gives You Lemons, Start Making the Best Damn Lemonade

Happy Wednesday! As we have finally reached the first quarter of 2020 , we have also raised more expectations, goals, dreams, and plans within us. I don’t know about y’all, but 2019 was a growing year with growing pains for me. I went through so much mentally and physically,  but most importantly I became stronger…

Educator Kristin Robair is a Humanitarian The World Will Know

Ms. Kristin A. Robair employs a student-centered conceptual learning approach using real-life scenarios and problem-solving opportunities that empower her students to be  “community of learners” with academic and civic responsibility. She fosters a trusting, encouraging, respectful work and learning environment with the ability to reach all students, from gifted to special needs, encouraging them to…

Dyshavia Lathan Speaks on Joy and Entrepreneurship

On this lovely Monday morning, we get to meet Dy Lathan. She is an entrepreneur, influencer, and an inspiration to other women. I got the pleasure to discuss with Dy about leadership, her favorite and least favorite things about entrepreneurship, and how to face adversity.   What do you think it takes to be a…

Meet Jasmine Lawrence, Founder and CEO of EDEN BodyWorks

Jasmine Lawrence developed an entrepreneurial mindset at a young age. She was inspired to create her own natural line of hair care products at age 11 while recovering from a chemical burn that damaged her hair. By the age of 13, after completing a Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) BizCamp, Jasmine launched EDEN BodyWorks to…

Ciara Weary on God, Wellness, & The Art of Mentorship

When I think of WOG, a woman that comes to my mind is Ciara Weary. As a life mentor, Ciara lives her life for God and also encourages other women to follow their life mission. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Ciara for years, so this interview was truly a blessing! We talked about self-care…