It’s officially been two weeks since I returned home from my very first women’s retreat. Along with 17 women—mostly strangers—I traveled to a Gitana Del Mar, a wellness resort in Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia. For five days, we feasted on local cuisine, laid on beach hammocks, rode horses, made mandalas. We were treated to river […]
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Last week, WordPress reminded me with a congratulations that’d I’ve been blogging for seven years. Yay me! I’d like to share with you seven things I’ve learned and practice in my short journey: People are going to have an opinion about you no matter what, so you might as well be yourself and share your […]
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How sweet is this?! I was going to say that this is a great reminder to youth that they control their destiny, their emotions and that no one can define them unless they allow—but this is a great reminder to us all. ❤
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After it expires, it’s no longer good for you. (This ain’t about food.) -not my quote
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Courtland Savage started Fly For The Culture last year in an effort to increase the number of minority pilots. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that only 3% of all commercial pilots in the U.S. are Black, and a duo of Black pilots are teaming up to address this issue. Pilots Courtland Savage and Jerome […]
How sweet is this?! via Two Black Pilots Are Teaching Black Kids How To ‘Fly For The Culture’ With A Free Aviation Program — Nappy News
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