Category Archives: Holidays

A New Tune for the New Year!

As we close on this year, there’s much to reminisce.

For some it was bliss while others had a lot of twist. Read the rest of this entry

Spreading Cheer and Laughs

Thanksgiving means the start of the holiday season has arrived! Read the rest of this entry

New Year for New Opportunities

Dear Friends,

I can remember like it was yesterday taking some time on New Year’s Day to write out my laundry list of goals I had for 2011.

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Christmas Cheer in Atlanta

The song by the O’Jays, Christmas Just Ain’t Christmas Without The One You Love is one of my favorite songs to be played during the holiday season. It always reminds me to take some time off and enjoy this glorious celebration with loved ones. Read the rest of this entry

Holiday Pop-up: Give

What better way to beat the holiday crowd than to shop, donate, and mingle with women leaders in the community by attending a Holiday Pop-up in Manhattan.  Michelle O Brunch, an organization which celebrates the success of women leaders in the African American community while creating a space for these individuals to continue to connect, empower, and learn from one another, hosted their 2nd Annual Holiday Pop-up: Give this Saturday at the SalonEco at Green Spaces in New York. Read the rest of this entry

Thanksgiving Thoughts

I hope all of you had a very HAPPY Thanksgiving filled with fellowship and great cuisines! As I reflect on my adventures from last year to this date, I’m constantly reminded of all the things I’m GRATEFUL for! My laundry list of “THANKS” stretches beyond measure. However, I’m most grateful for God’s grace, my family, friends, and adopted brothers and sisters.

Everyday should be a day of THANKS and appreciation for every moment in our lives. It’s through these times that lessons are learned and we can continue to develop as a people.  Ms. Diana Ross’ song “Reach Out and Touch” sets the tone for giving THANKS by helping others along our journey. Read the rest of this entry