The reunion show of ‘Selling Sunset’ had Nicole in hot water for her recent social media activity. Luckily for her, it didn’t affect her professionally; only that her co-workers hate her even more and the company culture at the real estate agency is… not the best. But this entire ordeal got me thinking a lot about how OUR social media activity can affect our professional lives. So I ask the question, is social media the real make-it-or-break-it?
Pregnancy loss is still such a taboo topic even though so many women go through it. In reality, 1 in 4 women go through it. If you’re one of them, just know you’re not alone. I recently watched the latest season of ‘Selling Sunset’, as well as its reunion. And it got me thinking…..
It was a big surprise for a lot of people when Michelle Williams was announced as the narrator for Britney Spears’ audio-book, ‘The Woman In Me.’ Williams is a great actress who’s worked her butt off for decades. Sadly she’s mostly known for difficult personal life, specifically her relationship with Heath Ledger and beyond. So it made me think of how us regular women are belittled and diminished and treated less than at work, and I tell you why, how, and what we, as women, as well as men, need to do for this to change.
Britney Spears’ memoir, ‘The Woman In Me’, came out last month, and we learned a lot about the pop star that we never knew before; from her relationships with her family, collaborators, friends like Paris Hilton, and relationships, like the one she had with Justin Timberlake. Her coverage of her relationship with Timberlake got me thinking of of the disgraceful treatment of women in the business. Consider this a continuation of the previous post.
The most recent season of ‘Love Is Blind’ was a complete sh*tshow, and it was evident just by my previous post. But there was a lot more to it, including Renee and Carter’s unreleased storyline. This particular storyline made me reflect on what a company culture that supports and protects women NEEDS to look like. Here, we’ll be talking about sexual assault and abuse, so consider this as a trigger waning.
Two damaged goods can’t make a relationship work. They can be able to be in a relationship, but they certainly won’t make it last. In life, a minus and minus won’t make a plus. And here I tell you why by analyzing Johnnie and Chris’s doomed relationship from ‘Love Is Blind.’
It’s the season of divorces in Hollywood, but I want to talk about one particular former couple, and that’s Jeannie Mai and Jeezy. It’s because they, particularly Mai, have a lot to do with what I’m talking about today. If you’re a fan of Jeannie Mai and her work on ‘The Real’, you probably have an idea of what I’m talking about, and this blog post if for you!
Reese Witherspoon said it best – ‘Edit Your Friends!’ I wish I knew the importance and the value of it back in my 20’s. So here I am telling you about my 20’s when I wish I took Witherspoon’s advice.
This post isn’t geared to promote a certain lifestyle and tell you how to live. It’s here to tell you that it IS possible to live a normal life while living with a chronic illness.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher keep saying they support victims of sexual assault, but do they really? My answer is a big fat NO, and here’s why: Coming to you from a sexual assault survivor.
I watched ‘Choose Love’, Netflix’s first attempt at an interactive movie. I have some opinions I wanted to share with you based on my own life, so here we go!