Stop Stifling your Potential Sis — you’ve Got Work to Do!

Photo by Alex Nemo Hanse on Unsplash Have you ever sat in your cubicle looking around thinking what am I doing?  NO REALLY…WHAT AM I (OR WE) DOING? Yes, I’ve done that and it’s not because I’m confused about the work I’m doing. No. I’m actually very comfortable in my full-time duties. The confusion began…

Put Down All Those Bags: Take Life as it Comes

Photo by Rodrigo Borges de Jesus on Unsplash Are you that kind of woman that needs to be in control. Okay, maybe not full control but you want to handle all that you can handle, at once. Like when you have a few bags of groceries, you try to carry them all in at once with your purse,…

A Black Women’s Guide to Comparison

We all do it. Everyone is guilty of it, no matter how immune we think we are. It happens daily, subconsciously, and all too frequently. What is IT you may ask? Comparing yourself to others; specifically comparing yourself to other women. Comparison can occur at any time. Church, grocery shopping, the freeway, during a meeting…24/7/365….

Spring Cleaning: Clean up your space, your mentality, and your life!

H.E.R. Crisis Guest Blogger: Melissa Webb | Instagram: @mwebb_lpc Spring is almost here and I’m gearing up for spring cleaning. Not only am I going to finally unpack from moving-in, back in December (don’t judge me), but I’m also going to clean up my mind and my life. Spring, for me, is a renewal period. Finally…

Show Up for Yourself – 5 Simple Self-care Tips

Photo by Clarke Sanders on Unsplash H.E.R. Crisis Guest Blogger: Michell from Midlife Sassy “We need to do a better job of putting ourselves higher on our own to do list” -Michelle Obama Do you want to know how to make self-care a daily routine in 2019? Are you ready to commit to self-care being a…

Five Tips To Start Practicing Self-Care

What’s the number one killer nationwide? Something overlooked and often underestimated. It’s so precious and easily taken for granted. The number one killer nationwide my friends is time. As precious it may be, why do we spend most of the time fulfilling others needs instead of our own? Although easily said than done we will…

Why H.E.R. Voice is Important in Our History

Artwork by Unknown As we kick off Women’s History Month, it only makes sense that we discuss several women focused on leaving their mark on the world. African-American women have a pulse on the people. They’ve been gifted with many diverse talents and the greatest of them, the strength to uplift and nurture others. Doing…