Health & Wellness Resources Self-Care

The Dangers of Expecting Black Women to Over Perform at Work

After recently watching Netflix’s Self Made: Inspired by Madame C.J. Walker, I thanked God for how far [Black] women have come. Since the days Sarah Breedlove, a daughter to former slaves, amassed millionaire status, Black women have created products that now populate shelves in Target, Walmart, and Whole Foods, and opened businesses that serve communities around the world. 

Home Self-Care

Intentional Decluttering

Whether it is during a pandemic or the beginning of a new season, decluttering is always a good ritual to implement to welcome new energy into your space. Seasonal cleaning can refer to housekeeping, decluttering or releasing emotional baggage, either way, this is the perfect time to let go and rejuvenate your life.  

Self-Care

Episode 21: Koya Webb

Koya Webb, Founder of Get Loved Up and author of Let Your Fears Make You Fierce, has spent the last 15 years empowering people to accept and love themselves through wellness, self-love, and personal transformation. Koya provides a deep appreciation and love for what self-care is while simultaneously motivating a desire for evolution and self-improvement.

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The Power Of Moving In Silence

Your dreams, wants, and desires are special and unique to you. They are a grounded embodiment of what success and happiness will look and feel like through your eyes and your eyes only. As a Rooted Woman, not everyone will understand your drive, and some may doubt or try to sway the firm assurance you have within yourself and your capabilities. While we cannot control how they perceive your essence, you can control who you let into your evolved mind and space. Protect your dreams as you do your body, mind, and soul. Shield it from the negative energy that comes in all forms. And believe that all will manifest in divine timing. 

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Is Buying Black Racist?

Short answer, no. But I have some time today, so I am going to take four minutes to explain.

Recently, I am being interviewed more and more by white journalists. After the obligatory “Why did you start BLK + GRN?”, they always ask “What do you say to people who say that  Buying Black is racist?”