Bossed UP Featuring Ebony Delong

Meet Ebony Delong, an entrepreneur, and mother of two beautiful girls. She is the owner of a beauty and hair business, A Nu’ Braid. Ebony is from Bronx, New York but moved to South Carolina at a young age. She has over 12 years of experience in doing hair. After high school, Ebony received her […]

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It’s OK to Take A Break!

When there is all work and no play, you can stress and burn yourself out. Taking a break from work allows you to rejuvenate. When you are burned-out and or stressed out, it becomes hard to focus on what needs to be done, to make sound decisions, you become stressed, emotional, and the list can […]

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Bossed UP Featuring Ciera Young

Ciera Young is a BOSS, and she knows it! She is a freelance photographer, certified MUA, Owner of FanCee The Brand, newly published author of Cheers To Him, and a mom of two beautiful young girls (Chloe and Chyla). She is always on the go, but she spends it getting creative with her makeup and spending […]

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3 Local Coffee Shops I love

I admit that I am an avid coffee drink. I love the taste, and I am always on the lookout for small coffee shops. Three local places that I have discovered are Smelly Cats Coffee, Aversboro Coffee, and Morning Times. Smelly Cat Coffee (I love the name, it’s very creative) is a coffee shop located in the NoDa […]

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Bossed UP Featuring Tabitha D. James

Tabitha is very dedicated to what she does; she believes her work is God’s calling. A traditional 9 am to 5 pm job is not her dream. She works day and night to make her dreams and aspirations come true while changing the lives of others. She released her first book, Not Posted S.E.A.S.O.N.S of The […]

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4 Things You Must Do When Traveling

Look for souvenirs outside the gift shop. When traveling, try to avoid gift shops when purchasing souvenirs. There will be unique and original findings when visiting street vendors and random stores you come across while traveling. Looking for original art became a thing for me when I took my first international trip to Europe. While […]

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