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Tips to Declutter Your Closet

By LaShanda Millner-Murphy Do you open your closet door every morning only ask the same question, “What am I going to wear today?” If your answer is to give little or no thought on how to change the outfit you wear regularly then your wardrobe ritual or lack of one occurs for one of two reasons: You have many optional pieces of clothing, but the pieces are not capable of being used in various ways; or The few pieces dangling on the hanger are not functioning together.…

Marketing for ‘Mompreneurs’

By Nepherterra Estrada Moms are the most efficient creatures on the planet. Think about it. Moms are masters of creating processes to streamline life so they can get more done during the day. They are multitasking queens who often juggle school schedules, carpools and the family finances.…

The Journey to Fit is Hard

3 Women Share How Weight Loss Goals Turned to Healthy Lifestyles By Tonya Jameson Each year, many of us make resolutions to lose weight, cut sugar, eat healthier and exercise more. We drink the latest cleanses, embrace trendy diets and (re)join gyms.…

Cab Company Just for Kids

By Eren Simpson If you’re a parent with multiple kids, all with different after-school schedules, or you’re a working parent who has to be at work before the bus comes to pick up the kids for school … the struggle to figure out how to be everywhere at once is over.…

Chefs Making Their Mark in Culinary Arts

By Jimese Orange With social media hashtags such as #blackowned, #buyblack and #blackbusiness trending, it’s easier than ever for potential customers to find and support local businesses and recycle dollars within the community, especially during the holiday season. In the culinary arts and local food scene, chefs are connecting with and servicing customers in unconventional ways, beyond the usual restaurant venture.…