“I think as women, it’s important to train ourselves to pursue at least one thing in our lives that goes against the status quo. We grow up with people telling us what we are not supposed to do, I just choose to say ‘f*ck dat’.” – Meryl Johnson Continue reading “Women Who Inspire Part III – Women With Vision”
Why We Should Live Above
“Becoming an entrepreneur to us was all about setting a legacy, inspiring others, leaving a footprint in the fashion industry, and positively impacting the world.” – Adrian Wintson and Darin Wyly Continue reading “Live Above Apparel Company Inspires Far Beyond Fashion”
Holiday Cocktail Style
The holidays are here and amidst the hustle and bustle of the season, it’s a time to relax and unwind in the company of family and friends. In addition to good people, creating a picturesque holiday requires the company of good food and good drinks. My November feature covered the food. So, it’s only right that my feature this month cover holiday cocktails. Keep reading and my December feature, an absolutely fabulous and experienced bartender, will have you mixing a recipe for holiday party success! Be sure to read to the end of the post to get recipes for three holiday cocktails!
Celebrating International Women’s Day
Today we celebrate women and all of our social, economic, cultural and political achievements. While we’re busy taking on the world and balancing everything on our plates, one of the first things we nix once our to do list grows too long is time we once dedicated to taking care of ourselves, including our attire. And for that reason, today I’m dishing on how to look the part in a fraction of the time. Continue reading “Looking the Part with Limited Time”
I’m excited to keep the Feature Friday series going, and as mentioned in the last Feature Friday post, this month I’m featuring black history makers. Isaac, today’s feature, definitely fits the bill. He’s a social engineer, business strategist, assistant professor, and entrepreneur. He also happens to be stylish.
So Isaac, for those reading who may not know you, tell us a little about yourself and what you do.
For starters, I’m a first-generation American and the first-born child of immigrant parents. My mother and father left Ghana many years ago to pursue a new world, which resulted in me being a true diasporan. I consider myself to be a pure social engineer, a person focused on solving social problems using an engineering mindset.
“I’ve always loved reading and writing. I was in a short story contest in 3rd grade and I think I got 2nd or 3rd place. Ever since then, I figured I would either read or write for a living.” – Mariah
Feature Fridays are back, and I’m really excited about the features I have lined up this month! In honor of black history month I’m intentionally featuring black history makers in my Feature Friday posts. First up, I have a fellow blogger, lawyer, and advocate. She’s a great writer, and happens to be using her skills to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of black people this month (in this country and abroad) through a collection of poems.
My insta-blog Scales of Style is still in its infancy, but I’m sure you’ve noticed flowers have made an appearance several times. The reason is because I love, love, love flowers! No, really I do. And for that reason, once I caught wind of Amelia’s Flower Truck, I knew at some point I had to check it out.
So what’s Amelia’s Flower Truck? Continue reading “Amelia’s Flower Truck”