Stay positive and make the best of it!!!
Stay positive and make the best of it!!!
Did you miss it?
Looking for something to do this summer?
Watch Matt Salazar, founder of @volsummer, tells us about the mission of his foundation and the connection with helping the local homeless community. If you missed this episode, the full video is below!
Should college athletes be paid?
Tonight we speak about a much debated topic! Should college athletes be paid? What’s your take?! What do you think?! Agree? Disagree?
Meet Boutique Owner Yvonne McCullough
Boutique Owner Yvonne McCullough was born on August 30th, 1990 in Houston Tx. SEYVNPM was created on March 20, 2017 and officially launched in April of 2017. Yvonne got the burning desire to create a brand for all shapes and sizes due to the era of “body shaming”.
Many brands focus on skin tone, hair texture, and size which; inadvertently tell women who don’t meet that criteria, “this way is good” and “this way is bad”; which oftentimes cause women that are in the “bad” category to overcompensate negatively ie. unhealthy relationships, body dysmorphia, becoming slaves to vanity to the point we lose focus on other gifts we may have to offer to the world, etc.
SEYVNPM is here to tell women you can wear this if YOU decide you can, nobody gets to decide how Beautiful you are unless you agree, you don’t have to be uncomfortable or go through any pain to be you!
SEYVNPM is not just a clothing brand, it’s a women empowerment movement. SEYVNPM is here to assist you in fixing your crown, detoxing from society’s standards, loving yourself, and being comfortable in anything you put on. SEYVNPM welcomes all colors, shapes, sizes, and walks of life. SEYVNPM also wants women to know there is no such thing as “too big, too small, too tall, too short” etc. What one must understand is that these are individual preferences that have nothing to do with you. The most any woman has to be is who she is. Operate unapologetically in YOU because there’s is only one of you and the world needs what you have to offer.
Could you survive a financially unstable relationship?
Check out our show about this and tell us what you think below in the comment section!!!
🚨 Going live 🚨
Tonight we talk about all things self care with Shavonne from Self Care After Dark Podcast! Grab your wine !!!
Tonight we talk about all things self care with Shavonne from Self Care After Dark Podcast! You don’t want to miss our discussion tonight on IG live hosted by @7minuteswithq at 7 pm cst !!!
Do you have student loans? Do you think there should be forgiveness? If so, a full or partial forgiveness?
Whew, a topic we all know and love – LET’S TALK ABOUT STUDENT LOANS!
I have a few episodes about student loans, forgiveness, deferment and more on the site.
But as of last month did you know you can defer federal student loan payments through September 30, 2021?
What are your thoughts on deferring your student loans? Good? Bad? Are you still making payments while the interest is 0%? I want to hear from you!
Full episode available here: https://atomic-temporary-159224267.wpcomstaging.com/2020/11/27/student-loan-debt-to-forgive-ou-pas/
Leave us a comment below and tell us what you think?
Replay available – Black & Brown cultural perspectives
In this series of #Afro-LatinHTX, Host Q talks with Tasha and Edna from Latinas Rising about their upcoming conference “LatinaCon”. Latinas Rising is an organization focused on creating social change in the Latinx community. Latinas Rising is excited to host the 1st annual LatinaCon November 9, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Their theme is “The Era of the Latina”.
In this series of #Afro-LatinHTX, Host Q talks with Tasha and Edna from Latinas Rising about their upcoming conference “LatinaCon”. Latinas Rising is an organization focused on creating social change in the Latinx community. Latinas Rising is excited to host the 1st annual LatinaCon November 9, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Their theme is “The Era of the Latina”. LatinaCon 2019 is a gathering of powerful women bringing awareness, education, and advocacy to current topics affecting Latinx women