The next time you are angry with the world, ask yourself if you’ve really been dealt the wrong hand, or just maybe, were you expecting a bit too much. Read More »
With the recent events, I want you to know that I strongly believe that all people should be treated with respect and kindness. No one is above another. We are all brothers and sisters. I believe that hate slows us down and makes us lose focus of our personal progression and potential.
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Bianca Rhodes is a producer, artist and film maker in the Twin Cities. Currently, she is the Saint Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN) Productions and Sponsorship Coordinator for Community Productions. “My goal, my mission is to change the narrative of black woman in regards to media depictions.” Read More »
If you don’t know it by now, I LOVE color! It draws me in like a moth to a flame. It can say a lot about a person, as you well know from my “Meaning of Color” posts.
No matter the time of year, colorful front doors can make such a statement for your home. Even better, it’s an expression of you and your family dynamic and makes people want to come in and learn more. Read More »
Meet Carlee Hansen. She is as she calls herself “an average girl with an extremely twisted sense of humor, a love for telling a good story and an uncanny knack for tracking down awkward moments in life and living them to their fullest. She figured that all of those things combined should produce an entertaining, if not totally uncomfortable, read.” – Carlee Hansen, “Peas are Gross.” Read More »
Oh, yes! There is a correct way to cut an avocado! And do you want to know why I feel it’s a good idea to share this? Because after cutting avocados for years, and being pretty comfortable with cutting up an avocado very quickly… I cut my finger… YIKES! Read More »
Fun Fact: Violet or purple, naturally isn’t too common in nature, so it can seem exotic or even fake. In the past, because violet/purple tones were so difficult to find and expensive to produce, the color came to be associated with royalty and power. Read More »