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Choose Love over Fear

Choose Love over Fear

| November 6, 2012 | 1 Comment

Will you choose a life of passion and purpose? I strongly believe that waking up every day doing the work you love and standing in your purpose is a pure Gift from God. It takes courage, strength and dedication to accept this Gift. If you’re uncertain of your passion, just take a moment and ask […]

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Taxes, Politics, and Your Retirement Income

Taxes, Politics, and Your Retirement Income

At some point in the very near future, tax rates are likely to increase for all of us – rich, poor, and the famous middle class, alike. Okay, I must admit I’m not expecting everyone to agree with me on this one. For one thing, most of us don’t consider ourselves rich. Besides, politicians on both […]

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Don’t Box Me In- Stop Letting Others Make You into Who THEY Want You to Be

Don’t Box Me In- Stop Letting Others Make You into Who THEY Want You to Be

| November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

There’s a quote that has been going around for a while by the incomparable Bill Cosby. I don’t know the secret to success. But I do know that the secret to failing is trying to please everyone. ………. You can say that again, Mr. Cosby. Whether we want to admit it or not, we all […]

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There’s a 3rd (Little-Known) Approach to Investing

There’s a 3rd (Little-Known) Approach to Investing

Many Americans are under the wrong impression that when it comes to accumulating retirement money, they have only two basic choices: (1) directly dabbling in the stock market or (2) using fixed-interest instruments like CDs or bonds. Obviously, investing in the stock market comes with the possibility of making a boatload of money, but also […]

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103 Ways to Make Love Last: Set Goals Together

103 Ways to Make Love Last: Set Goals Together

| October 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

I remember reading greeting cards that I received for my wedding and someone wrote “Hope you guys accomplish great things together!” That stuck with me. At first, I didn’t know what to make of it. At the time, I was clear about what I wanted to accomplish as an individual, I had a general idea about my […]

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Get Out! You Don’t Belong There

Get Out! You Don’t Belong There

Jasmine is awakened by the sound of her cell phone hitting the floor. It was set to vibrate anytime she received a text message. She frantically dives out of the bed awaking her boyfriend of 3 months who tries to gauge what’s wrong. She picks up the phone to see a text that reads, “Its […]

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Mialy Rajoelina: First Lady of Madagascar

Mialy Rajoelina: First Lady of Madagascar

| September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

While researching the first lady featured this week, I was personally overjoyed to find that she not only is a first lady who embodies the ideal of today’s African woman, but she is also the youngest first lady on the African continent – in her mid-thirties. She is us! (The main AFRIKAN GODDESS MAGAZINE demographic […]

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Do Feminists Make Bad Relationship Partners?

Do Feminists Make Bad Relationship Partners?

| September 16, 2012 | 3 Comments

A few days ago I was catching up with an old school classmate of mine from several years ago, over the phone, when the issue of my feminism came up (we’ve been in touch via Facebook, and he reads my articles for which I’m grateful). We were talking about my current relationship status when he asked […]

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Claudine Dominique Ouattara: First Lady of Cote d’Ivoire

Claudine Dominique Ouattara: First Lady of Cote d’Ivoire

| September 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Claudine Dominique Ouattara is the current First Lady of Cote d’Ivoire, and founder of the Children of Africa Foundation, an organization which aims to assist distressed children in Africa not only through various charitable actions and donations, but also through sponsoring well-known and accountable charity groups. Claudine Dominique Ouattara was born on December 16th, 1953 […]

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Becoming Ready for Marriage

Becoming Ready for Marriage

| September 10, 2012 | 2 Comments

Wedding season is still hovering around as we make our way into the fall season and brides are making final arrangements towards the walk down the aisle before the cold weather sets in. And while many of them might be wrongly focused on what happens after the dress comes off, the last guest goes home […]

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