Improving your sexual experience as a women is an art. Every art requires a certain level of skill set. The first thing to do is to understand what your body likes. More often than not we’ve let society determine what sex is suppose to look like. For instance, movie never cater to a woman’s sexual please. There is never time for foreplay, never time for much of anything except the actual act of penetration (except that one time in baby boy when he….lol).Read More
It’s funny that sex is taboo in our society, you and I wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for sex, yet it is something that makes people uncomfortable to talk about. Everyone at one point has sex, it is a vital part of our evolution, yet somehow it is still frown upon it. Sex wasn't always taboo, in fact ancient practices like tantrism explore the concept of sex as a gateway to enlightenmentRead More
This month of July was filled with tips from various beautiful women of color who shared with us how to manage, attract and navigate our money in this world. As a women in general we often get the short end of the stick when it comes to money. Yes indeed! men are still getting paid more than women in our society and more importantly our community lacks the important conversation that we need to have regarding handling our money. Here is the summary of the highlight of this year’s topic:Read More
This month’s topic is all about money! and we sat down for our last interview of this month’s topic with Estelle Gbanou who is a jurist, consultant and entrepreneur in Africa. Estelle has an extensive CV from working in the United Nation, to working along side a various list of African governmental officials. Estelle lifestyle reflects the abundance that she was able to manifest in her life. In this interview she shares with us the tools that she used to get to where she is today at only 27 years old.Read More
This month’s topic is all about money! and we sat down with Tabria Lenard who studied marketing and finance at Northeastern university. Tabria currently works in corporate retail at Blooming-dale, yet with a $55,000 yearly salary she was able to pay-off her student loans of $60,000 in 3 years.Read More
This month’s topic is all about money! and we sat down with RaaShauna D. Adeoye, who is a budget financial analyst at one of the top hospitals in Los Angeles, California. RaaShauna is also the owner of Root wealth capital, which is a company that focuses on helping businesses and people plan their budget for longevity.
Listen below to the different tips she shared with us on how to better manage our money!Read More