Towanna Freeman interviewed journalist, educator, and entrepreneur Yanick Rice Lamb, publisher of a new website, FierceForBlackWomen.com. Ms. Rice Lamb and site co-founder Sheree Crute created Fierce to bring the stories and interests of busy, vibrant, and influential Black women into the limelight, and offer advice and resources to help Black women 35 and over remain healthy, happy, and fulfilled. Highlights ... Read More »
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By TemTi Sahu Ra Life is like a rolling river. We can only flow with it. We cannot change its direct...
By: Stephanie Allen-Gobert A recent article in The Root, raises the question — is the connecti...
by TemTi Sahu Ra Over the last few years, we at RedPill have given counseling and numerous assessmen...
By TemTi Sahu Ra If you have diminished to no control over what you are doing, watching, eating or t...
Janet Hubert is known as the respected “Aunt Vivian” on the hit TV show, “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Ai...
by TemTi Sahu Ra Winter is a time of retreat and hibernation in the Northern Hemisphere. With diminished sunlight times, animals and plants alike conserve their energy to regroup for the inevitable coming of Spring. Naturally humans are also affected by this cycling of seasonal energy, but what can we do about it when we feel ourselves mentally or emotionally shutting ... Read More »
Have you ever heard a voice for the first time and become so entranced that you actually felt a sparkling yet peaceful feeling within you? And have you also heard a voice for the first time that made you feel irritated, depressed or even inexplicably anxious? Well there’s a reason for that and it’s a pretty good one… It has ... Read More »
Think about this: How much money are you losing because you simply don’t have the energy to perform all of your essential, everyday tasks? What if you had more energy to go back to school and complete that degree plan? To write that book you’ve been contemplating forever? Or just to take your kids to the park for a game ... Read More »
By: Arlethia Royster November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Type 2 diabetes, or adult on-set diabetes, is the most common type of diabetes, but it is largely preventable. Type 2 diabetes is a major health challenge facing Black women in particular. According to the Office of Women’s Health, 1 in 4 African-American women older than 55 has diabetes. The good ... Read More »
YOUR JOB There is only 1 job you ultimately have to do in life and that is being you. Over identifying with any other roles you may play or achieve in your lifetime will not only limit your sense of self and purpose, but will also restrict your personal potential to the limits imposed by a job description or company ... Read More »
Whether you did it for health reasons or because you thought it would be cool to be fit, you rushed into the gym, signed up for a membership and got at it full throttle up. Before long, your motivation fizzled. Days between planned workouts turned to weeks. Your exercise program failed. Here’s a list of the five most likely reasons ... Read More »