"I met a man online and at first, there was a sexual interest. We clicked immediately, had sex, but then we both decided that it would be best to be friends. He is great conversation, makes me laugh, and we have a lot in common. He's married, but says that he's going through a separation... Continue Reading →
Click here for the audio interview Listen to the interview as Shevon shares her vision for where she would like to take her non-profit The Pink Evolution , "Rediscovering you, all while balancing Life, Motherhood & Business".
Click here for the audio interview Dr. Lily Jenkins will be one of our guest speakers at the CLS blog launch! We are delighted to have her come out and spread her message of following your passions and your purpose. She has a powerful and encouraging word and is encouraging for all women to tap... Continue Reading →
~"Let go of the "shoulda, coulda, woulda's" and accept what is and where you are in this moment." Okay, so you've decided to call it quits. Or maybe someone has decided for you. Either way, now is not the time to wallow heavily in self-pity, eat hundreds of ice cream pints and give up on... Continue Reading →
~"The smaller Hilda represents so many amazing qualities - authentic, self expressive, loving and much more." Growing up, especially during my preteen years, I was the chubby girl. I was not as active as I should have been during this time and loved (and still love) to eat. That combination led to my oversized figure... Continue Reading →
"I just recently divorced my husband after ten years, and I am ready to get back on the dating scene. I'm not sure how to approach dating. There are several men that show interest, but none of them seem to be able to back up all that they say they offer. What are some good... Continue Reading →
Teri Lynnea Larkins learned early on that one must always reach back while pressing forward which has allowed her to excel in her academics, career and community. Her family values, taking advantage of countless opportunities and the mentors she gained growing up in Baltimore, Maryland have molded her into a successful strategist, philanthropreneur (Phil- an-throw... Continue Reading →
~"Part of the problem is that many of us are too willing to live these ghetto fairy tales (self included)." I'm a meme addict. I confess. I have them downloaded and screenshot them in my phone, ready to pull the trigger when the context is right. They are funny and they seem to always say... Continue Reading →