On Saturday, July 7, 2019, the United States Women’s Soccer claimed their 4th soccer championship. Women around the world cheered for their team. Groups of young girls and women of all ages were rooting for victory. Team effort requires pulling … Continue reading We Build Teams by Empowering Each Other
There are moments during our lives when it seems the work is not delivering the return we expect. You give your everything in an attempt to make it all happen. The hope is that things will fall into their rightful … Continue reading Oops! We Did it Again!
In recent years, the “F” word is being used more often to spotlight an issue that has plagued our country for well over a decade and continues to affect women today. In my latest article, “Has the Word Feminist Become … Continue reading The “F” Word
A sterile, white and quiet room filled with mild trepidation and anxiety. Paintings on the walls adding brightness while waiting for your fate to be read to you. The silence is deafening as you sit in the waiting room. Time … Continue reading Do Not Wait – Call for Appointment Today
Today is Equal Pay Day. April 2nd signifies how far during the year women have to work to make the equivalent of what men earn. Although, there are still others that require months more of work to come up to … Continue reading 0.80 Cents to a Man’s Dollar
The month of March has many of us thinking of warmer weather. We push clocks forward getting extra daylight to put a pep in our step! The beginning of a new season bringing hope to enjoy life outdoors a bit … Continue reading Do You Know Why March is an Important Month?
“Stay in your own movie” – Devon Franklin I asked my teenage daughter, “How do you measure success?” Her response was uplifing as it was comforting for me, “If I’m where I want to be in my life – that … Continue reading How Do You Measure #SuccessGoals?
Hope you are feeling inspired on this day! Born and raised in the city that never sleeps provides an interesting point of view on many things. It seems that by nature of our culture and environment, New Yorkers are perceived … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Awe-Inspiring and Brazen New York
Sitting across from him, all I could smell was cigarette. The one he inhaled right before walking into the restaurant to meet me. It’s not so much he was a smoker but the fact he lied about it. Why perpetrate … Continue reading Surviving a Bad Date
Women have been under the microscope for decades. We’re expected to stay youthful, beautiful and keep a tiny waistline. The pressures are many, not to mention unrealistic. Keeping it all in place while maintaining a flawless look doing it. I … Continue reading Retouching the Faces of Beautiful Women