Tag: Soul Food

INTENTIONAL LISTENING: Zsa Mae’s “Top 3 Life Changing Podcasts”  

I don’t know if it’s the hint of cooler weather or the earlier sunsets that we are seeing in the Pacific Northwest, but the seasons are definitely changing and I have been sensing it in the people and the environment around me. There have been many transitions that I’ve witnessed

You Are Your Environment

“You are a product of your environment. So choose the environment that will best develop you toward your objective. Analyze your life in terms of its environment. Are the things around you helping you toward success — or are they holding you back?” — W. Clement Stone “Damn… I can’t find my shit…” —

Embrace Your Journey  

Look back at em. #ItsYourJourney Your fitness/wellness journey is yours alone. Not anyone else’s. YOURS. Don’t ever forget that. People will be there supporting you, but you’re the one that has to put in all the work to see the results. What I’ve learned through competing in a bodybuilding competition

Are You In Survival Mode or Thriving ?  

Ask yourself this question today… “Am I in survival mode or am I thriving?” Do you tend to live a life based off of “going through the motions”? Do you feel lost? Unbalanced? Do you wake up every morning feeling focused and revived or do you wake up dreading what’s

Hold On

Contributing writer and spoken word artist Devonnie Black brings us into her mind as she juggles the eternal artist struggle of creative lust vs. real life. Hold on. go. let go. let go. wait. she is still. her body is still. her mind? her mind…. her mind is havoc. I

The Wedding of the Century

  For the month of June, we commemorate the Stonewall riots and recognize the impact the LGBTQ community has had on the world; we call this PRIDE MONTH. Throughout the month we have seen celebrations in support of PRIDE, and overall, the growth in knowledge and power has risen, BUT

My Mother’s Daughter

 In honor of Mother’s Day, contributing writer and PL choreographer Nikiya Dunmore reflects on her own journey with her mother has influenced her thoughts on motherhood. Ain’t no woman alive that can take my mama’s place. I’ve been replaying that part from “Dear Mama” by Tupac Shakur in my head

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