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How To Help Kids Process the Storming of the Capitol

Since mid-afternoon on January 6th, 2021, the news has focused on little else than the storming of the US Capitol Building and the Presidential certification process. We as Americans feel a wide range of emotions: outrage, disrespected, embarrassment for our country, distress, powerlessness, sadness, and anger. On-screen violence, vandalism, and traumatic events are never easy…

CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 23 – 2020: Let’s Talk About It

2020, well that was interesting! Melinda Dunbar and Vonna Matthews are having a candid and raw conversation about the craziness of 2020. Although the year was filled with uncertainty, isolation and loss for many, it presented many moments of reflection and stillness. Whether you were forced to pivot, experienced incredible growth or just relished in…

Five At-Home Kids Activities for the Holidays

The holiday break sounds like a magical time with fewer commitments, lazy days cozying up with hot cocoa, and quality, quiet time with family. But in reality, cabin fever sets in and kids complain there’s nothing to do. Even worse, they are glued to their screens all day long and never get off the couch….

CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 22 – How to PR Yourself with Leah Frazier

At some point in your journey as an entrepreneur, you will need publicity for your business. Hiring a publicist or public relations firm can be very expensive, especially for small business owners. In Episode 22, Leah Frazier, 2-Time Emmy Award-Winning entrepreneur, media personality, celebrity stylist, author and public relations expert, gives tips on how to “PR”…

5 Style Tips To Save Money On Winter Clothing

When it comes to winter fashion, layering is the new darling. The cold season offers a world of opportunities to play around with textures, layers, patterns, and colors. You can mix and match for a playful, whimsical appearance or tone it down for an elegant, minimalistic ambiance. Layering allows you to reimagine your existing wardrobe…

Fun for their Noodle and Lets Creativity Doodle

Kadoodle Kids, a new crafts brand for children created to inspire imagination and creativity, is debuting its first product line: four specially themed kits that let kids design masks for themselves and their toys. Featuring markers, glitter pens, pouches and paint stampers, the kits are the perfect way to spark imagination and artistic play for…

African American Celebrities and Influencers to Amplify National Conversation on Health Justice and Equity

Black Americans continue to experience the highest death from heart disease and stroke – a nearly 30% higher death rate from cardiovascular disease (CVD) and a 45% higher death rate from stroke compared with non-Hispanic white Americans. As part of a series of historic commitments planned to confront the disparities and structural barriers that prevent…

CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 20 – Brand Like a Boss with Taylor Simon

Hey Mama, it’s time to talk business. For Episode 20 of the CEOMOM Podcast, we interviewed brand strategist, Taylor Simon of Taylor Made Consulting Agency. Simon shared some applicable branding tips that you can implement today. Here are her 5 steps to start creating a brand that will get you the clients you want. Process…

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