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B. RADIANCE

Live RADICAL. Live DARING. Live RADIANCE.

What Ayesha Taught Me…

Anytime a woman shares anything other than her strength, she is demoralized for it. It is not uncommon for society to cheer on a strong, educated Black woman who is doing her thing. However, as soon as sis shows emotion, it's a certified wrap.

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2019: The Year of Release

Releasing control and fear was the key to everything I had ever questioned God about.

John Gray: Be a Covering, not a Lid

"Unless you're marrying someone who never plans to level up from the position they're in when you unite with them, it's not realistic to think you'll never have to play this role for another being.

Why Priscilla Shirer’s Message Should Make You Uncomfortable

“I do not describe myself as a Black woman."

Unplugged Lives Matter

For me, UNPLUGGING = ME + GOD, because anything extra is just a distraction.

Mama by 30? — An Open Letter to….Myself

"...while God is preparing you for motherhood, walk in those other purposes so that they're established..."

Diary of a Transitioning Teacher: Feeling Stuck in the Classroom

"...start planning your end goal now, because your end goal is really just the start to what God truly has for you."

Why We Should No Longer Accept Being the “First Black” Anything [Slight Rant]

As featured on The 94 Percent On Monday night, the MTV Movie Awards 2018 premiered and so many highlights and memes have flooded my social media timelines, allowing those who missed out to pretend as if they hadn't and those... Continue Reading →

Have you ever been engaged in a devotional and God speaks to you? I mean really, almost verbally and audibly speaks to your spirit? Maybe it happens often for some of you all, but not for me. So the other... Continue Reading →

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