The Blog Struggle Continues.... lol
Day 29: Goals for the next 30 days. Secure a new job (hoping it will be shorter than 30..but faithful nonetheless) Officially sign the paperwork for IMANEE’s expansion to a new school in BK (#OccupyNYCPublicSchools) Get my weave back (lol…these braids are annoying me) Remind Chad every day how I am forever grateful that God chose him to be my heart’s protector (that was...
Feb 27th...Morning Reflection..
During my travels to work in the morning, I often listen to music and browse through the social media happenings as a way to keep myself up so I won’t miss my stop (it’s a struggle waking up at 4 am every morning btw lol). Throughout the night, people posts all kinds of stuff from music videos, to articles, hilarious me mes (??), etc. You are also guaranteed to encounter some...
Subway Surfers......A reflection
What I like about the game subway surfers is that without meaning to, it has a hidden agenda about life. The object of the game is to get as many coins and reach as far of a distance as you can without crashing. The flip side is that you have necessary assignments to complete in order to get to a new level, to multiply the value of the gold coins you have already received. In order to run a...
Blog Challenge (Im almost done :))
Day 28: Something that you miss. Something that I miss…….. I miss the ability to be able to dream without receiving criticism. Granted, the negative thoughts and opinions of others are really not that interesting to me. And yes I welcome criticism when it’s in the form of constructive feedback that will help me grow and excel as an individual. But I miss being a child and being...
Wondrous Woman Series! →
My awesome shero has been highlighting Wondros Women throughout the entire month of February. Be sure to check out her blog and support her awesome work!
IMANEE Springs Forward online fundraiser →
We have officially launched our “IMANEE Springs Forward” online fundraiser! All proceeds from the fundraiser go directly to spring programming for the IMANEE Leadership Program and community events. These include (but are not limited to): *IMANEE Leadership Program’s visit to Washington, D.C. *”It Takes A Village” end of year community presentation *Program...
BGP Tumbles: Two Youth-Focused Groups Leading the... →
nicole-clark: (Pictured: Members of WE SPEAK, a program of Young Women of Color HIV/AIDS Coalition. Kymsha Henry (bottom left) is the Co-Director of YWCHAC, and Claire Simon (middle) is the chair of the YWCHAC steering committee) February 7th is National Black…
Day 27: A problem that you have This is really like Day 1770805670, I should be embarrassed lol. But I will not stop until all 30 days are complete! So today I am suppose to blog about a problem that I have…….hmmmm… I have a problem when people reply all to e-mails and interrupt conference calls with personal ish.. Seriously… i tweeted about this earlier (replying...
Sowing Seeds: DAY 26: Anna Arnold Hedgeman ~... →
sowleadership: Anna Arnold Hedgeman: Activist for Feminism and Civil Rights. Founding Member of the National Organization for Women (NOW) Lived: July 5, 1899 ~ January 17, 1990 Trait to Admire: CHALLENGE THE STATUS QUO BIO & LEGACY: Anna Arnold was born in Marshalltown, Iowa, to William…
10 Words to delete from your vocabulary →
Drop these words and then some….Speak only LIFE!
Sowing Seeds: DAY #7: IDA B. WELLS, ANTI-LYNCHING... →
sowleadership: DAY #7: IDA B. WELLS, ANTI-LYNCHING CRUSADER, SUFFERAGIST, WOMAN’S ADVOCATE, SPEAKER Lived: July 16, 1862~ March 25, 1931 TRAIT TO ADMIRE: OUTSPOKEN Quote: “Somebody must show that the Afro-American race is more sinned against than sinning, and it appears it has fallen on me to do…
Sowing Seeds: Day #8 Dr. Wangari Maathai,... →
sowleadership: “It’s the little things citizens do. That’s what will make the difference. My little thing is planting trees.” Day #8 Dr. Wangari Maathai, Scientist, Environmentalist, Educator, First African Woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize(2004), advocate for social justice, parlimentarian Lived: 1 April 1940 ~ 25 September 2011