Seeking Out Happiness and Joy: Jesseca Dupart’s Epic Kaleidoscope Hair Pop-Up

Seeking out happiness and joy at Jesseca Dupart’s Epic Kaleidoscope Hair Pop-Up. I woke up one Saturday morning with the urge to be intentional in seeking out happiness and joy. I said to myself that I wanted to see black people living, existing and simply enjoying life. Well, a few Saturdays ago, I was strolling through my Instagram feed that morning and noticed a post by Jesseca Dupart CEO of Kaleidoscope Hair Products . Jesseca, affectionately known as “Da Real BB Judy” announced that she would be doing a pop-up…

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Brand Poaching:​ Black Creatives and the Burden of Authenticity

Brand Poaching!  What it is and why it gets on my one last good nerve. Seriously though, it is often said that imitation is the highest form of flattery. That’s all well n’ good until someone totally rips your product or idea and fails to give you an ounce of credit. I have noticed this, particularly amongst black beauty brands and creatives. Here recently, Sephora, Moschino, and Beauty Guru Jeremey Scott collaborated to produce a line of cosmetic items that look eerily similar to “The Crayon Case” a brand owned…

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La’Janeé…Next Chapter…

Hey Y’awl, I know many of you are getting ready to drive the boat at an HBCU Homecoming or sitting back and enjoying your Friday night. Either way, it’s the weekend and I know you have something planned. I wanted to check in with you. I haven’t said much since I released my #1 Kindle Amazon Best-Seller, Girl, Keep Going: Healing is now in Session. Honestly, a lot of good has happened since and I’m tryna manage my brand expansion. I mean, I can barely keep up. I’m excited and…

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Corporate + Freelancing: Six Ways to Combine Them

We have all heard the stories about the flexibility of freelancing and the headache of corporate. While both may be true, there is something to be said about each path. I mean, if you really wanna do it right, you can combine the two and have the best of both worlds. I’m a multi-media professional: Digital marketer, journalist, correspondent, content curator, social media strategist, and author—I have a wide range of skills that I have obtained, over a period of time. I didn’t even realize until 2017 that I actually…

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Podcast Episode 9 Jamiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods

Janet Michelle interviews Jamiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods. I hesitate to say that black women are making a come back in the food industry, because if you check their history they always been at the forefront of meal planning and recipes that get passed down from generations to generations.   Recipes that have created world famous restaurants and products.  During my interview with Jamiah we talk about food, family, and spices.  Balancing life while providing a healthy meal for your family.  Listen to the podcast here. 79 SharesTweetShare79

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