Posts tagged ‘women’

Mothers of Our Earth



“Making the decision to have a child – it’s momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” ~Elizabeth Stone

Mothers are the creator of the human race; they are the first Guru, the first guide and mentor of humanity. Think of the tremendous positive force that a mother, one single human being, can unleash upon the world — each having a far reaching effect on others, whether she is aware of it or not.

Motherhood is a woman’s never ending, a lifelong journey. The birth of each child is a new, magical experience beyond anything imaginable. There is a saying that the moment a child is born, the mother is also born. Whether the baby is from the womb, the adoption agency or foster care, each birth creates a new mother. They give the most precious of gifts to their children: unconditional love, support, wisdom and opportunity. It is pure passion that leads her to teach, protect, mold, shape and prepare her children for the future. In profound ways, all mothers empower their children to change the world. We all have our favorite mom stories, tales of how our mothers nurtured us into the people we are today.

This year, let us reflect on the women who have come before us and those that are still here within our reach.  They inspire us, they enlighten us, they nurture us; they come from all walks of life and from all every inch of this beautiful earth. Each one of us mothers has a purpose, a calling (big or small, public or private)…mine is to remind the women of the world to “love their hair” by embracing their natural beauty.

Celebrate by releasing the energy into the world that has been place upon your heart as you have the power to change the world in our communities, homes and hemispheres!


Happy Mother’s Day


Love Your Hair,





Skin Care for the Polar Vortex ~ By

Nourish & Shine

Moisturize Hair

Your skin isn’t the only thing that suffers during the winter—just look at your hair. Dry hair needs hydration, and a good product will provide a seal to keep keep in moisture, protect hair and add natural shine. This Nourish & Shine solution completely melts into your hair without leaving it greasy, and as a bonus, you can also use it on your skin.

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Vote: Respect the Past, Protect the Future


Tuesday, November 6th is Election Day 2012.

The 2012 elections undoubtedly will be decisive in American politics. With a president seeking re-election, the control of Congress up for grabs and a stagnant economy – American voters are ready to head to the polls. What’s on your mind this election season – jobs, the economy, marriage equality, reproductive rights? Now more than ever, women need to make sure our voices are heard about the kind of future we envision for ourselves and our families.

Get informed. Get active. Get involved. Get motivated. Regardless of party affiliation or candidate preference…GET OUT AND VOTE!

If you’re not sure where to vote, click here to find your local polling place and additional information.

Go For It!


If you really want to fly, harness your power to your passion.” -Oprah

Be passionate about finding your purpose! By “passions”, I am referring to creative or constructive endeavors or activities that you enjoy immersing yourself in. Passion is the gasoline that powers our engines, steers us in the right direction and drives us into our destiny.

It is never too late to figure out what you love to do and to create a life around living your dreams. It’s self-discovery time; take the journey to find the answers. These answers to who you are and what you love is not contained in any book or sold in any store. Instead, the answers to what fires your imagination and makes your heart beat faster are found inside of you.

Neglecting passion blocks your creative flow, leaving you feeling stifled and unsatisfied.

Creating a life following your passion can only start with taking the time to discover and then making the necessary changes so your life starts to reflect those things…and you can really take flight!

QUESTION: How Do You Define Natural Hair?


Lately, there’s a lot of discussion among black women about what is considered to be truly natural. While these discussions are useful to the extent that we are sharing our diverse opinions with each other but can anyone else define what is natural to me or to you…

How do you define “natural” for black hair? Does it just mean being weave/wig-free? What about people who wear natural looking wigs? What if you don’t have a relaxer, but you dye it? What if you don’t have a relaxer, but you use hair products full of chemicals?

Let’s talk ladies:

  1. What does “natural” mean to you?
  1. Are there any requirements to being considered “natural”?
  1. What does your natural hair represent to you?