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We are Stronger Together in the Fight For Equal Rights

Dear sister, Have you been watching what’s going on? Wherever you are today, if you look outside your window or turn on your TV, you’ll see protests happening across the country. The black community is rising up over the death of George Floyd, and the continued scant courtesy for black bodies at the hands of […]Read More

How Being Authentic Can Help You In Your Struggle to

Being authentic is your path to staying healthy and well with everything that is going on in the country right now. I had an interesting conversation with my older friend, Betty, earlier this week. We were discussing how we all wear masks during our lives. Being in quarantine can bring a lot to the surface […]Read More

How to Stay Healthy During the New Normal (Part 2

This past Wednesday 20, we sat in for Part 2 of the “How To Stay Healthy During The New Normal” webinar with Dr. Shavon Jackson-Michel and Joycelyn Francis. This session of the 3-part series covered topics like: Women + Hormone Health Fertility + Hormones Boredom + Eating While in Quarantine Stress + Hormones Dr. Shavon […]Read More

Finding Joy As You Create The Next Track of Your

Dear sister, As you ponder your next move during this time of uncertainty, remember the words of Aunty Michelle saying, It’s not getting back on track, it’s creating my next track. I’m figuring out what do I want to do, what do I care about? It takes time to process your life and figure out […]Read More

How to Stay Healthy during the New Normal (Part 1

On Wednesday 13 May, we sat in on a 'Natural Medicine for your Health and Well-Being' discussion with Dr. Shavon Jackson-Michel and Joy Francis, members of the AATS Community. This discussion is a 3-part series and we're sharing a quick recap of the gems dropped. Read More

An Ode To Motherless Daughters

Dear Motherless Daughter, As the world celebrates mothers everywhere, you may not be in so much of a festive mood. I am here to tell you that it’s ok.  Today is my tenth year having said goodbye to my Mom and it gets a little better every year. This is my first year of celebration […]Read More