Meet Queen ConnectHer, Stacey, of HunniPop! Stacey is a woman who arrests the attention of everyone in the room when she enters it. Her smile, style, walk, and vibe are contagious. She never meets a stranger and you are not allowed to have a sad moment when she is around. Let’s not even begin to talk about how she will treat your life if you … Continue reading This ConnectHERs IssaRae-Inspired event will have you asking “What’s Next?”
Burn out has officially been recognized as a medical condition by the World Health Organization, and I’m sure many of us are thinking—“It’s about time!” Many of us have known the effects of burn out all too well and are finally relieved to know that we aren’t alone. Most of all relieved that now those suffering from the condition can finally be acknowledged and receive … Continue reading Burn out is an official medical condition, and traveling is the perfect way to combat it.
Black travelers spend $50 billion annually on travel and leisure–with Black women spending the bulk. Black women are traveling, and seeing the world. And as the data shows they have no problem doing it solo. As you browse the blogs, and see travel imagery geared toward Black travelers you’ll see a reoccurring pattern. Black women are flooding timelines, and are dominating the movement. But how … Continue reading Is Exploring the World Keeping Black Women from Exploring Romance?
We often believe that we can fill a void with materialistic things. Yes, material wealth may bring you happiness—however, it is only temporary. Think about it—Only a few days after a new purchase, the thrill, pleasure, and enjoyment you felt begins to fade. Your level of satisfaction decreases and often times you feel compelled to go shopping again for the next exciting thing. We then … Continue reading Traveling is Scientifically Proven to Make You Happier