30 ways turning 30 has changed me for the better

I celebrated my 30th birthday in quarantine. This was pretty epic as it was my first birthday celebration not spent at a restaurant or on vacation due to the social distancing orders mandated during the covid-19 pandemic. Despite the circumstances, my celebration was well spent. Below are 30 self reflections since turning 30: 1. I’ve found […]

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The quarantine memes are comforting, but it’s okay to cry too.

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I’m with you. You are not alone in your feelings. Just remember, it’s a pandemic, not a productivity contest. These five tips below will help optimize your sanity and stress relief as our future remains uncertain.  1. Accept Your Feelings It is totally understandable that you are feeling extremely overwhelmed. It is important that you […]

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Finally, a pillow you can cry on.

Join the #strongcry movement of normalizing crying as a sense of tension release instead of bottling up emotions for the fear of appearing weak. Embellished with the Adinkra symbol for strength and humility as a daily reminder. Available for Purchase Here!!

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5 Ways to Get Paid to Post Online

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A recent study revealed that we spend an average of 6 hours and 42 minutes online daily. That means we are on our phones and computers before, during and after the work or school day. Most of that time is most likely spent browsing news, Instagram or window shopping.  While this is all necessary and […]

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You’re using Instagram all wrong. Here’s how to get paid to use it.

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So long are the days of millions of dollars being spent only on television commercials and billboards. I mean they still exist, but the advance of social media has greatly impacted how consumers find out about products. Many companies are now paying influencers on Instagram to promote their products. In the marketing sense, an Influencer […]

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I’m Back ! – Step 1 / Level 1 Exam Complete.

This is where I’ve been the past 8 weeks studying for a cumulative 17-hour examination! I decided to study at my parent’s home in Rhode Island so that my study breaks would include chatting with family, eating home-cooked meals and having a nonjudgemental shoulder to lean on when my emotions ran wild. ⁣ ⁣ The […]

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