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7 New Year’s resolutions for introverts

By Jeri Bingham / January 2, 2022

When should you take down your Christmas tree?

By Rashad Milligan / December 30, 2021

8 perfect gifts for every type of man in your life

By Trinity Griffin / December 15, 2021

6 reasons to make daily walks your New Year’s resolution

By Trinity Griffin / December 15, 2021

Top 5 Black-owned Chicago destinations for holiday shopping

By Eddy "Precise" Lamarre / December 13, 2021

9 self-care gifts for people who need to treat themselves

By Trinity Griffin / December 8, 2021

8 Black-owned games to play at holiday parties this season

By Trinity Griffin / December 8, 2021

6 items she doesn’t want to unwrap for the holidays

By Victoria Syphoe / December 1, 2021

Your go-to guide for gifts under $50 from Amazon

By Trinity Griffin / November 13, 2021

You might be burned out if you notice these 5 signs

By Trinity Griffin / November 12, 2021

Why practicing gratitude is important

By Trinity Griffin / October 29, 2021

Revenge bedtime procrastination might be keeping you up at night

By Trinity Griffin / October 27, 2021

8 Black-owned candle brands for every candle lover

By Trinity Griffin / October 11, 2021

Have trouble focusing? Try these 5 tips to improve your attention span

By Trinity Griffin / October 1, 2021

Wake up feeling tired? Here are 5 ways to feel more refreshed in the morning

By Trinity Griffin / September 24, 2021

Become a master of time management with these 4 tips and get the bag

By Trinity Griffin / September 17, 2021

10 things you should do at home to keep the planet happy

By Victoria Syphoe / August 3, 2021
Martin Luther King III, his wife Arndrea Waters King, and Rev. Al Sharpton, stand with locked arms praying with Texas Legislative Black Caucus members, from left to right: Sheryl Cole, Jarvis Johnson, Rhetta Andrews Bowers, Ron Reynolds, Carl O. Sherman, Jasmine Crockett, and Shawn Thierry, at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. on July 28. (Cheriss May/Getty Images)

Texas Democrats Tell Congress Democracy Is Under Attack In The Lone Star State

By R.O. Read / July 29, 2021
Mark Spence of the My Recovery DC initiative, which works to help residents of the District find a path to recovery. (My Recovery DC)

Over 30 Years Sober, Mark Spence Helps DC Residents Overcome Addiction

By R.O. Read / June 21, 2021
Student-athletes will soon enter a new world order of intercollegiate sports in which they can capitalize on their name, image and likeness. (Hannah Gibbs/Unsplash)

Pay For Play: New NCAA Rule Opens Door For Student-Athlete Compensation 

By R.O. Read / June 21, 2021

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