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Letter from the Editor

TIME – as a busy, black woman running multiple businesses, taking care of a family and pursuing my purpose, thereis never enough time in the day. But lack of time is no excuse for poor

A Must-Have Fall Wellness Checklist

Changing seasons brings an opportunity to reset your wellness plan to stay healthy during Fall and Winter months. Here is a list of 5 things that you should consider to power through changing seasons in

WELLNESS.

Healthcare

Menopause and Mental Health

One of the things that women go through is “The Change” or better known as menopause. This is a part of womanhood that cannot be avoided, some women go through this life-changer earlier in life

Healthcare

Is my weight a problem?

What is considered a healthy weight? Is being “thick” worth your health? A healthy weight is based on your height, typically. Not everyone has the same genetic makeup, so we will all have different shapes

Education

Financial Wellness Matters!

My, my, my- does time fly! Half of the Year has passed by and hopefully we can enjoy some positive reflections of wellness so far in 2021. As we move towards the year’s end, let’s

FAMILY.

Education

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers, summer is at its height. Many of us have already taken a vacation or are just about to, and are enjoying the tail end of summer. The kids are starting to get bored

Education

10 Tips to Help You Prepare for Breastfeeding

1. TAKE A PRENATAL LACTATION CLASS. You want to do everything you can to make your journey easier. I didn’t take a prenatal class, and I STRUGGLED and Googled my way through breastfeeding. I don’t

LIFESTYLE.

Family

RECIPE: Summer Vegetable Soup

2 Carrots, peeled, diamond cut1 portabella mushroom, diced1 yellow squash, diced1 zucchini squash, diced1 can of organic chickpeas1 small, sweet onion, diced1 large tomato, diced1 small bunch of kale, chopped1 bay leaf1 spring of thyme

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The Beautiful Side of Black Women’s Struggle for Wellness

Historically, black people – especially black women – have been confronted with a myriad of inequalities, ranging from socioeconomic, cultural, and health aspects. Consequently, public and political discourses relating to wellness, more often than not,

HEALTHCARE.