10 Eco-friendly Places You Must Visit In The World

There are 10 Eco-friendly places to explore as the world becomes more environmentally conscious! More people are looking to travel to destinations promoting environmental sustainability, and the money made by the tourist industry is essential in fostering environmental sustainability. Eighty-one percent of travelers surveyed by Booking.com in 2021 want to travel more sustainably by staying in sustainable accommodations; seventy-three percent of surveyed people also shared … Continue reading 10 Eco-friendly Places You Must Visit In The World

Ways Mentoring Can Empower and Shape Youth Now and In The Future

Tabitha D. James – Strategist, Author, Mentor, Speaker

Mentoring, formal or informal, has the ability to transform the life trajectory of youth despite ethnicity, socioeconomic status, academic credentials, and other classifying metrics. The Mentoring Effect Report developed by the National Mentoring Partnership (MENTOR) defines a mentor as a supportive adult who works with a young person to build a relationship by offering guidance, support, and encouragement to help the young person’s positive and healthy development over a period of time. Mentor-mentee relationships can be developed organically by way of school, community, faith-based communities, and similar or formally by way of structured mentoring programs. Either format can cultivate trust-based relationships that ultimately serve as a basis for long-term positive results for the young person. 

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Black Women and Mental Health

Black women are the epitome of everything and more. From the way, our melanin pops in an array of shades, to the way our bodies curve in all the right places, to the way we hold it down and command attention when we walk in the room. Black women in every way OWN this world. Simply put, we are DOPE! In all of our dopeness, … Continue reading Black Women and Mental Health

Shawnte’ Hernton Wardrobe Consultant turned Business Consultant

Shawnte’ Hernton has expanded her business and is now helping women of color structure their businesses. Shawnte’s mission is to assist in alleviating the financial stress of running a business by helping establish a foundation through grants and building business credit.

She continuously educates herself to enhance and build her knowledge in constructing businesses. When she is not focused on her business, she takes pride in spending time with her family. 

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Journi’s Motivation: Own Your Story

Own your story!

Focus on what matters and be relentless!

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4 Quick Tips To Help With Saving On A Regular

One way to start saving is by thinking of what you might want to save for, such as getting married, planning a vacation, buying a home, buying a car or saving for retirement. Next, figure out how much money you’ll need and how long it might take you to save for each goal. The best way to start your planning is by writing out your plan. Once this is fulfilled, record your expenses so you can know how much you spend each day, each week, and each month.

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Journi’s Motivation: Network and Move Differnt

There is a saying; you should surround yourself with like-minded individuals when you have a particular path of success you want to achieve. My group of like-minded individuals includes those who have the hustle to go after their aspirations. Reminder, networking is all about sharing knowledge and resources, expanding our horizon, and helping others. I say this to let you know that having a network … Continue reading Journi’s Motivation: Network and Move Differnt

The Journey To Seeking Therapy

It took me to get to a breaking point to inquire about professional guidance for myself. I am a do it herself kind of girl which means I will find a way to make things happen on my own. Before seeking a therapist, I copped with my subconscious health through exercise, praying, reading, writing, and spending quality time with myself; however, as mentioned, I was at a breaking point and didn’t know how to control what was brewing within, so I sought help.

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