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The Cost of Success

By Eddie Love Have you ever felt like your life was at a standstill? Maybe it frustrates you to see others accomplishing and acquiring everything you placed on that vision board. Yes, the same vision board that’s collecting dust somewhere! The vision board party sounded like a great idea until the gossip got juicy and the Moscato started kicking in…Right?…

5 Things To Remember When Buying A Home

By Marsha Barnes Marsha Barnes, The Finance Bar We all have many things in life that are our first. First day of school, college, first love, or our first or even second home. There’s typically tons of research that goes into planning major milestones and I’ll say that buying a home is pretty huge.…

Yoga: Changing Your Life for the Better

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By Kelley Carboni-Woods Yoga has been around for more than 5,000 years and is practiced in every part of the world, but as a teacher, I often hear a range of reasons why people of color have not taken or will never take a yoga class.…

Giving the Southeast Asian Community a Voice

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By Eren Simpson Photos courtesy of SEAC   The Southeast Asian Coalition was founded in 2011 by Cat Bao Le, who moved to Charlotte from California and saw firsthand the lack of resources available for members of this community. Bao Le, who is from Vietnam, was sent to Charlotte by an Asian civil rights organization based in Los Angeles to create a three-month project that would provide the Vietnamese community with citizenship services.…