This is the time to dig into your inner well of gratitude and find reasons to be proud of the work you do. Then tap into your resourceful side, and envision ways you can pivot your business to fit today’s needs for your community, so you can earn what you need to thrive. Not just survive, thrive.
So many people are considering starting their own small business. What were the first investments I made when I realized my hobby was becoming a business? Where did some of the entrepreneurs I admire do to begin their businesses? Read on to find out!
Walmart Beauty stepped up the entire game when it comes to our hair care needs. If you haven’t checked it out yet, welcome to the Curl Shop. Follow me to find everything your hair needs for this season!
Now is an interesting time for the retail industry. People are being more cautious about going into physical stores and commercial rent prices remain sky high. It’s a recipe for hard times, and people aren’t shopping the way they used to. Times have undeniably changed and amid that, people are looking for items that are… read all
Here are some recent books that have been inspiring me that are on my current reading list, all new Caribbean literature — specifically fiction from & about Trinidad and Tobago. My homeland!
Times are heavy and serious. So here’s a little distraction – a review of water pitchers to consider getting for your home, instead of stocking up on cases of water (which are getting hard to find out my way, maybe you’re experiencing the same thing). When the coronavirus craziness hit the TV news – before… read all
Trying to make sense of our new normal in a stay-at-home, self-quarantined, dealing with coronavirus world.
I’m depressed, sad and working through a lot right now, but I intend to use this time to lean into my purpose. The world is running down. How can we make the best of what’s still around?
I think I first heard the word “fibroids” in the late 80’s or early 90’s. It was when my aunts went to the hospital to have surgery for theirs. I was too young to get the full explanation, all I really remember is being brought to visit my aunty in her hospital room and seeing… read all
Every brand has them – the best sellers, the tried-and-true items, the products they’ve been making for the longest because the people keep coming back for more. In the biz they’re known as hero products, and beauty brands strive to cultivate and maintain them. What makes a product a hero product? Consistency. Quality. It has… read all
I went to the desert outskirts of Las Vegas to do this unforgettable photo shoot, just me, my husband and my mother-in-law, It was a chilly afternoon, right after Christmas. As you can see in the background, it was snowing that weekend and the mountaintops were still white. Such gorgeous juxtaposition and such a beautiful… read all