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If you thought things have changed and that racism... http://www.cnn.com/2011/CRIME/08/06/mississippi.hate.crime/index.html Crazy!

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Your image is holding you back         You all have to excuse me. I had to handle some business but I’m back!          I would like to talk about my community and our image! Now, we all know that we are unfairly portrayed on TV. According to marketers, we appeal to almost every negative connotation out there. We are some chicken...

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“A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE” Now, I’m not one to give anyone advice when it comes to grammar. You will notice, in this blog and other previous entries that I struggle with my grammar and punctuation just as much as the next. The one thing that really “grinds my gears” is improper grammar and punctuation on purpose! I can’t stand to see...

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Giving Credit where Credit is due! I figured since its Black History Month (February), I would highlight someone that has done some great things for Black Entertainment. In this case, it is not so great, but this person’s efforts will not go unnoticed. He hasn’t done anything “ground breaking” and his contributions that I will highlight will...

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“Good Move, Mello!”   Ok, so we all know about Karrine Steffans (Super Head) and her book that made the New York Times Best Sellers list. We also know that many mistresses/sideline girlfriends are coming from everywhere and putting their business “out in the street.” It is the new gig for H*’s. Sleep with a celebrity and make some...

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“WIN, LOSE OR DRAW… I GAVE IT MY ALL”

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 “Make your next move, your best move”, “Misery loves company so watch the friends you keep”, “Don’t be so stubborn because change is inevitable”, “Every man dies but not every man lives”, “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on”… These are quotes that we’ve all heard at some point in life.

We all hear and learn inspirational quotes every day but, how often do we actually listen? How often do we put our pride to the side and actually admit we have problems/issues? Believe it or not, if you have too much drama and negativity in your life it’s because you allowed it to be there. A lot of people don’t realize that most of the issues they deal with have easy solutions. We tend to create an invisible barrier for ourselves when it comes to certain issues. Anything negative isn’t worth dealing with. So, they say anything worth having is going to be hard work but, sometimes it might not be worth the trouble.

These issues are the same reason why people have so many New Year’s resolutions. They believe that the New Year will magically change their lives for the better. Little do they know that change can only come from within? You have to be passionate and truly believe that you have a problem, and then go from there. Once you have figured out the problem, come up with a solution and practice repetition toward that change.

But you’ve heard it all before… and if you haven’t made that change yet, then you need to reassess you situation… at that point, you have to think about it. Maybe it’s not the people and situations around you that cause you problems… Maybe… just maybe, you are the problem.

Short and sweet 🙂

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