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65 Free Tools to Help You Through the Coronavirus Pandemic.
While on Facebook this morning there was a post shared by one of our entrepreneurs (Nikki Njeri Klugh of nikkiklughdesign.com) - 65 free tools that can help us during the coronavirus pandemic. The post was clutch because so many of us are searching online for different resources that can...
Debt is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, obstacles to financial freedom. Between student loans, credit cards, and other debt we acquire through our endless adulting, debt is bound to come down on us sooner or later. But instead of letting it crush you, there are ways to manage...
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Spring cleaning is almost like a second new year because it's a time where we are extremely dedicated to being out with the old and in with the new. While the whole concept of clearing and organizing for the new season is a good way to give your home...
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For those of us who strive to do and have more, there comes a point in our lives where we realize that we need much more money than we currently have in order to create certain opportunities for ourselves. If 2020 is all about making life-changing moves that will bring...
When Black Enterprise first reported this story they shared that "according to the USA Swimming Foundation, roughly 64% of black children have little to no swimming ability." "This particular statistic reinforces stereotypes about black people and swimming and there are myriad reasons for this particular skill deficit, including racial...
As most of you know, it is difficult for women of color specifically black businesswomen to get funding for their ventures, so when a sista wins we have to celebrate it. Recently a Texas-based 16-year-old business owner got a chance to see her business get the boost it needs to...
Recently Wusa9 did a piece about hair care businesses in D.C. and Maryland who have reported problems obtaining material and products from Asia because of the Coronavirus. In addition to that customers are scared to purchase products as well, just knowing that a lot of the products in the...
When you think about it, retirement truly seems like the key to living your best life. Not only will you be able to escape the grueling pressures of what feels like an endless workday and constant ladder climbing, but you also get to spend your time (and money!) exactly...
When it comes to the environment, it can be pretty difficult to do what's best for the world and still keep the comforts that we've come to love. Fortunately, there are a few things we can do for the environment that'll also help us get one of the things...
On our quest to becoming financially abundant, we come to understand that there are three pillars to wealth creation: debt management, income building, and the fun one—investment. Many of us believe that investing is reserved for rich men with nice suits in the big cities. Not only is that idea...
If you're all about getting your coin, then you should already know that having multiple streams of income is the easiest and fastest way to do so. You don't always need to invest or have your own business, sometimes it just comes down to having a solid side hustle...
After dealing with the frustration of not being able to quickly and easily access healthy food options in her neighborhood, 26-year-old Los Angeles native and Howard University graduate, Olympia Auset, took matters into her own hands. In January 2016, she officially launched her very own organic grocery store named...
Let me set forth a few definitions and place you in the right climate before I dive into this topic. I do not pretend to be an expert mother (is there such a thing?), nor the most successful entrepreneur in my circle of friends (thank goodness!), however, I’ve been...
TPH by Taraji
TPH by Taraji launches in Target this month and according to the actress has been more than 10 years in the making. According to People Taraji said she was like a mad scientist creating what she calls a solution-oriented line “I was like a mad scientist,” says Henson of...
Ole' Orleans Wines
Only 1% of all wine companies are black-owned and New Orleans native Kim Lewis just joined the exclusive bunch after the launch of her own company, Ole Orleans Wines, in April of 2019. Created as a "tribute to historic New Orleans", Ole' Orleans offers up high-quality, hand-crafted wines made...
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