If I Can Survive the Storm, You Can Too – Blessed Survivor of the Hazelwood Tornado

In the midst of a storm, always keep your head up. As hard as it is, remember that a storm is temporary. Whether it be a storm of traumatic events or you're going through an actual storm, it'll soon pass over. I've been so happy and thankful lately; I didn't think once about a storm … Continue reading If I Can Survive the Storm, You Can Too – Blessed Survivor of the Hazelwood Tornado

Tell it Tuesday w/B.Parker|The Struggle Is Real….But God!

Struggles and trials are a part of this Earth. We endure numerous trials weekly, even daily. Sometimes that trial might be something fairly small, and sometimes it might be a huge struggle, but no matter the size, it all requires the same thing: trust and God. I used to think that the struggles I faced … Continue reading Tell it Tuesday w/B.Parker|The Struggle Is Real….But God!

Tell It Tuesday w/B. Parker|Choosing to be Happy.

Happiness is something that comes with determination, choice and time.  You first must choose to be happy. You can't sit back and expect happiness to come your way. Because it won't. You have to tell yourself to be happy. It's all in your mind. It's your choice. You can decide to lay in bed all day, and … Continue reading Tell It Tuesday w/B. Parker|Choosing to be Happy.

Moving On|ATL Exes Christina Johnson and Willie Wallace!

Have you seen VH1's Atlanta Exes? If not you missed out. Yes, the season finale aired this past Monday, September 29th. I love all of the ladies, but I have to acknowledge the most down to earth woman in my eyes from Atlanta Exes, and that is Christina Johnson. She was introduced in the show … Continue reading Moving On|ATL Exes Christina Johnson and Willie Wallace!

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

Fatherless CEO’s |How Broken Families Affect Our Job Opportunities

Recently I have been looking into world religion and other cultures outside of the United States. With so many people in our society, it is obvious that the values in our family structure has changed. What made me look at our society closer, was merely from observing other countries. Such as, in different countries in … Continue reading Fatherless CEO’s |How Broken Families Affect Our Job Opportunities

The Takeover |Who is Blame Wiz?

Armon Harris aka BlameWiz, 28 year old St. Louis native, definitely reminds those who may have forgotten:  you can't spell "hustle" without STL! BlameWiz blesses the music industry with great productions with many talented artists. Just to name a few:  BlameWiz has made dope tracks with St. Louis' own rapper St. Orleans -- aka "Mr. … Continue reading The Takeover |Who is Blame Wiz?