You have probably been trying to find ways to spend your time. Hopefully, you are not glued to the television watching hourly updates of the global pandemic. Staying informed is essential but oversaturating your mind in the negativity of current events, inevitably leads to more anxiety. What have you been doing to distract or keep … More 5 Tips to Recharge from the Overstress of Quarantine Life Due to Coronavirus
Daring, brave, confident and bold are words used to describe the women I’ve been lucky to meet during my personal and entrepreneurial journey. While some women have the awareness to see their gifts, others need a little help understanding the power in being a woman. Either way, there is plenty to learn from each other, … More One Nation, Many Females – What is Your Role?
Do you consider yourself fierce, a badass and confident woman who owns her life? It wasn’t long ago when the thought of that woman was elusive to me. The idea that not only could I be myself but find self-acceptance was difficult to imagine. Spending much of my life settling for less than I deserved, … More Fierce Women Rising
The idea of being a mother in my 20’s was unfathomable. I always had a desire to build a stable life before considering starting a family. My mother’s generation was less focused on careers due to social pressures in the 1970s. Women were expected to marry and have a family almost immediately after the wedding. … More Should You Freeze Your Eggs?
“Why buy the cow if you can get the milk for free?” Growing up in a Dominican household can be tough. The men leaned towards a male chauvinistic, old school mentality. Women were assumed better off barefoot and pregnant. Thankfully, those days are long gone. At home, we had sporadic moments when roles were reversed, … More Why Buy the Cow, If the Milk is Free?
Every year we make promises to others but most importantly to ourselves. The year 2019 was full of wins but there is much more to go. As this year winds down, the time has come to take things into overdrive. It can seem as if life moves at the speed of light. Often times we … More What’s This All About? AW Challenge, Week 1:
“When I’m good, I’m very good, but when I’m bad, I’m better.” – Mae West Men, women, and children experience it during their lives. It is a feeling of “Oops! I should not have done that!” Sporadically, accompanied by a fraction of regret, or devilish delicious pleasure for a select few. Interestingly, we usually know … More How to Manage the Guilt that Comes After Behaving Badly
Once upon a time, there was comfort in playing the understudy. Giving anyone else the spotlight whether, friend, foe or love interest was the logical choice. In my mind, someone else was always more deserving of the attention. There was significant discomfort in letting people see me. Acquiring the right relationships in your life can … More How to Free Yourself from the Shadows?
J.Lo‘s meltdown during her “It’s My Party Tour” concert in Las Vegas was a cause of distress when she accidentally dinged herself with a microphone during a performance of “Medicine.” There were videos of the aftermath that included a clip of her expressing to boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, how badly she was feeling about the mishap. … More How Vulnerability Can Be Your Greatest Strength
A Journey to Becoming the Best-Self by Yvette Bodden Black Rose Writing Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger Scott, The US Review “Breaking out of the mold is work but worth the attempt. You will discover a new world about the woman you are.” This guide for women going through a divorce is based on personal experiences. … More The US Review: Recommended Reading