The Harlem Makers Collective has created an intimate hub for down to earth artisans to showcase their products as well as network with other artists and customers.
There’s an overarching belief that you must solely focus on a new passion to succeed, especially if you’re creative, but people have other pressing obligations that may pull them away from their craft from time to time. The journey to greatness isn’t linear, and no one understands this better than Courtney Minor.
We chatted with Lyn-Genet after her appearance to get some intimate details on why she does what she does, the core of her work, and what’s the real deal behind making nutrition work for you.
Keep it simple so you can deal with the real issues: “Can I get a window seat? Don’t want nobody, next to me. I just want a ticket outta town. A look around, and a safe touch down…” Window Seat by Erykah Badu—put that one on your travel playlist. You’re welcome.
Women today need more than just some bubble bath product to "get a moment" for herself. She needs dedicated time, scented candles, and a glass of wine. Here's what real self-care looks like.