logged in as {{userdata.username || "21Ninety"}}

christine.michel.carter's posts


How I Did It: The 4 Step Process For Meatatarians Going Vegan

The road to veganism isn’t easy. In fact, it’s littered with fast food restaurants, ice cream trucks and hot dog carts. Plus, once you make it to your destination, it’s not promised that you’ll remain a vegan. In fact, studies show that more than half of those who go vegetarian or vegan give up on their veggie ways within their first year (a third go back to meat...

3 Insanely Powerful Tips To Turn Your Blog Into A Book

"While the intriguing, laugh-out-loud, or soul-stirring content on your blog has amassed a 6-figure subscribers list and a great social platform, that content alone won’t be enough to garner a deal."The words of wisdom above come from Dawn Michelle Hardy, also known as The Literary Lobbyist. The name was given to her by EBONY Magazine years ago for her experience in...

Meet The Professional Group Supercharging Black Women

After years of attending networking events, executive professionals Lyndsay Christian, Joi Adams, Shawanda Green and Ericka Hatfield were fed up with the absence of women of color. As the women climbed their respective corporate ladders, they noticed fewer and fewer fellow black women at the mid to senior career level.The team of four decided that yes, women of color needed a seat at...

3 New health & wellness trends to help beat the winter blues

Seasonal Affective Disorder (for which the acronym is SAD) is a type of depression that comes and goes with the seasons, typically starting in the late fall and early winter and going away during the spring and summer. It is commonly referred to as the “winter blues,” and symptoms include having low energy, overeating, craving carbohydrates and social withdrawal. One in...

The most powerful inspirational quotes (and meditation techniques) for mindful mamas

Mindful mamas are so much more than just #blackgirlmagic. They’re divine goddesses — women with beautiful spirits, intense emotions and wholesome values. Mindful mamas are in a league all their own and approach motherhood in a brilliant, unique fashion. They’re driven by an intangible but omnipresent force. Mindful mamas are driven by their feminine spirit which...