#SpotlightSaturdays: Black Owned Spiritual Jewelry Shops

My most viewed blog post is the very first #SpotlightSaturdays about Black Owned Spiritual/Magick Shops. I posted those spiritual shops out of pure love and support. I am honored to have so many people viewing it every day. It affirms that this type of content is needed and that I must continue to share it. As always: when you support the companies below, you are … Continue reading #SpotlightSaturdays: Black Owned Spiritual Jewelry Shops

#SpotlightSaturdays: Black Owned Household Goods

Household goods are vital items in a home that are used on a regular basis. They include trash bags, cleaning supplies, paper towels and more! At least once a day, you use an item that is deemed a household good. We have the amazing opportunity and capability to give back to our community by purchasing black owned household goods. Do you have to wait for … Continue reading #SpotlightSaturdays: Black Owned Household Goods

#SpotlightSaturdays: Hoodoo Hippy

Sha’Mira, owner of Hoodoo Hippy, originally hails from Atlantic City, New Jersey, but currently calls Dallas, GA her home. I was first introduced to Sha’Mira’s work after taking a gander at her website and instantly identified with her personal story about her grandmother. Hoodoo Hippy is a website that is a shot with no chaser; she shows what she has to offer and provides background … Continue reading #SpotlightSaturdays: Hoodoo Hippy

#SpotlightSaturdays: EmpressMoret

Keondra hails from Nashville, TN and will take the clean beauty industry by storm with her brand’s spiritually charged philosophy. She is no stranger to skin and haircare with her curl custards and rose serums giving revitalization through all natural ingredients. EmpressMoret has two clean beauty brands that will launch with products in 2019. You can expect plant-based bodycare through her brand Pure Given in … Continue reading #SpotlightSaturdays: EmpressMoret

#SpotlightSaturdays: Te’Keya C.

TeKeya C. is a visionary hailing from Forest Park, GA or better known as “ClayCo”. While attending Georgia State University, she minored in studio art, which is where her artistic journey began to flourish with the aid of her professor. She showcased her art with successful feedback. Te’Keya is currently working on her small painting series, which is typically comprised of small portraits and foods. … Continue reading #SpotlightSaturdays: Te’Keya C.

Ladies, Body Hair Isn’t Ladylike

If you haven’t been under a rock for 100+ years, then you have seen a few commercials and print advertisements from the shaving industry for women. The advertisement formula consists of a conventionally attractive women, “unsightly” body hair (that you can’t even see on camera) and the product in question being used to rid the woman of said body hair, which results in the woman having … Continue reading Ladies, Body Hair Isn’t Ladylike