Blissful Mondays w/Tatianah Green| Dating For A Godly Purpose and Not For Convenience

"Now listen, I've been single for a while now, and I've been kind of lonely.  I'm looking for someone to talk to, love me, someone who can hold me, is that you?" As Ciara sang in the intro of her song “Promise,” she captures what some of us single ladies feel when we get back … Continue reading Blissful Mondays w/Tatianah Green| Dating For A Godly Purpose and Not For Convenience

CONTEST ALERT!Why Do You Love The Wire Hanger By Winnie??

Recently, I attended an Alive Magazine Blogger event at the BooCatClub lounge! There I met a plethora of amazing bloggers in St. Louis, and even more amazing businesses here in St. Louis! One business, Throwboy, stood out to me. Their booth was covered in pillows! But not just regular sleeping pillows. They were emoji pillows! … Continue reading CONTEST ALERT!Why Do You Love The Wire Hanger By Winnie??

Welcome to the House Ov Beeombi | Couture Designer Speaks On Social Injustice, Selma, and Entrepreneurship

 Have you seen the recent Ava Duvernay film, Selma? Then you have seen creations of the Couture Designer, Derron Cherry. Being a native of the city of St. Louis, MO, Cherry has used his life experiences to manifest him into where he is today. Are you able to view some of the darkest moments in … Continue reading Welcome to the House Ov Beeombi | Couture Designer Speaks On Social Injustice, Selma, and Entrepreneurship

A Rose That Grew From The Concrete|Marley the Starving Artist Tells Her Story

College graduate. Artist. Fighter. Photographer. Teacher. Free Spirit. Walking Testimony. Meet the traveling artist known as Marley Billie D.   This St. Louis native is definitely making a name for herself in Chicago and beyond. Balancing out living as an Art teacher by day and Live Painter on the Navy Pier at The Bistro in … Continue reading A Rose That Grew From The Concrete|Marley the Starving Artist Tells Her Story

In Honor of Maya Angelou | The Greats of St. Louis

Feb. 27, 2014 Olympic Medalist. Inspiration. Philanthropist. Native of East St.Louis, Illinois. Jackie Joyner Kersee Kersee has set platforms for young boys and girls to start their path in life. She shows us that persistence, education and determination can get you to the finish line if you want success and happiness! The amazing thing is she … Continue reading In Honor of Maya Angelou | The Greats of St. Louis