Last year while participating in the Woke Vote Summer Fellowship we ended our time with a trip down to Montgomery, AL to visit the EJI museum and the Lynching Memorial. Although I have always been conscious of what it is to be black in America, especially being born, raised and still living in the South, … Continue reading Equal Justice
Danielle LaVon is a mother, educator, entrepreneur, trap music connoisseur, and writer. She is the author of The DeeTales blog, which discusses various issues and trending topics. As the CEO of To Dee Moon publishing, she has spent the last two years helping others to publish their books. The DeeTales: Hindsight is 2020 is her first novel.
"I believe in providing support to entrepreneurs so they can focus on what matters -- working & growing their passion."
I met Felicity while attending UAB and working at Forever 21 and always joked with her about being my manager and we were so close in age LOL we became friends and I've had the pleasure of seeing her blossom into an phenomenal women and now an exceptional business owner. A licensed esthetician and massage … Continue reading Women Walking In Purpose: Felicity Johnson
Born in North Carolina, raised in Alabama with strong family ties, Khiari McAlpin has laid a solid foundation towards leaving her mark on the next generation. A grad of Auburn University with a Bachelors and Masters in Elementary Education, Khiari is that owner of Vinehouse Nursery located in the heart of Alabaster, Alabama. Vinehouse opened … Continue reading Women Walking In Purpose: Khiari McAlpin
"My purpose is to use the strength that people see in me to empower them to bring it out in themselves. Even in my business, no matter what service I provide, that is ALWAYS the biggest part."From working as a paralegal at a Fortune-500 company in corporate America to becoming a full-time business owner, Sha' … Continue reading Walking In Purpose: Sha’ Cannon
January 2020 came in with a vengeance. What was supposed to be a normal weekend visit to Atlanta to attend a special church service and visit my aunt ended up being a week long visit that involved her funeral. I've never watched someone die and I never thought I would especially not my aunt and … Continue reading Faith Fatigue
There are 5 weeks and 2 days left in 2019...WOW! This year really went by in the blink of an eye. I'm sitting here at work by myself and it's slow so I decided to maximize the downtime and read, journal and think. Yesterday I focused on trying to get things in place for the … Continue reading A Wonderful Change
I was only a child myself when you came into this world bright eyed and full of life. Endless possibilities awaited you. You were the first grand and my reason for receiving the title of "aunt" and I had no idea what all that REALLY meant. I mean I was just a kid myself. You … Continue reading I Hurt My Shadow
What would happen if we as women looked at self care from the point of view of a mother to a child? How much more intentional and protective would we be about self?