hell·a – extremely (used for emphasis)
piv·ot·al – of crucial importance relating to the development or success of something
As a South Louisiana native, the Essence Music Festival has been a must every summer of my life.
Whether it was spending endless days around the Convention Center with the family or hitting the Day Parties with my girls,
It can be said that vulnerability is the only bridge to build meaningful connections. Being vulnerable often times is seen as weakness and I definitely will say that I am someone who struggles with being vulnerable.
Where are my collegiate black girls? Here is some tips and advice from a new college grad. Some of these tips I found beneficial while in undergrad and others I learned from my own mistakes.
Meah Johnson, founder and curator of Black Girl Today, is a Law Student & Lifestyle Blogger. She is a current staff writer for Urban Social TV and contributes to Black Southern Belle.