In honor of survivors, in memory of those who have joined the ancestors, and to all of those who are still fighting for the cause, some of the proceeds from every purchase from our 11oz mug will support Sisters Network, Inc., Chicago Chapter. This organization is the nation’s largest African American breast cancer survivorship organization. Their goal is educate Black women on early detection, treatment and thriving after a breast cancer diagnosis.
Happy August! Can you believe that we are entering the 8th month of 2020? So many things have happened and taken place the last 7 months. None of us could have imagined that we would be living in the midst of a pandemic. However, we are STILL here. We are here for a purpose and a reason that is still unfolding. As we begin this month of new beginnings, I invite you to begin again. There may be some dreams, plans, __________ (you fill in the blank) that you for whatever reason halted because of circumstances or people. I invite you to dig deep and operate in the boldness that you possess. Beginning Again is the invitation to intentionally and deliberately make a choice to start anew. Whatever the setback or situation, tap into the power that is inside and begin again. I am rooting for you. I am excited about your future. (mine too :)) Stay Uplifted-Beautiful Ones
Happy Women’s HERstory Month. It seems like just yesterday we were beginning a brand new year, but now we have marched forward to March. 🙂
March means many things to many people. For me, it is my birthday month (enter celebratory clap here..lol), the continuation of lent, and of course Women’s Herstory Month.
We (humankind) all have a story to tell. This month however focuses on the transformative stories of women and their courage to triumph in the midst of it all. March is a time to honor women who have played critical roles in our journey and to celebrate the ones that have gone to be with the ancestors.
What story is your life telling? What story will they tell about you, when its all said and done? How does your life speak?
Your story truly does matter. Share your truth. Tell your testimony. Make an impact. You never know what impact your story can have on another, if you never tell it.