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I Come from Light.
I Am Light.
I Won’t Dim My Light.
-The REAL Women Rock Manifesto
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“I recently attended a REAL Women Rock sister circle. The facilitator Trenace Richardson was masterful in the manner in which she set the tone of the sister circle with her transparency and spiritual wisdom. Her “cabinet” of women were supportive, sharing, and very talented. It was my first but certainly, not my last sister circle. The love, openness, sincerity, truth, and honesty were REAL. Seldom does a group of ladies of varying ages experience such a connection of respect and, yes, spirituality in such a short period of time. I left the group more aware of myself and the roles I have found myself playing that I no longer will play. I advise all ladies who are looking for a safe place to work on themselves and remove their “masks” and truly respect who they are to become a part of a RWR sister circle.”
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 is stuck in my head. It’s a day that’s on the hard drive of my heart and the images of that day play over and over in my mind. My eyes fill with tears every time I think of the last time I saw my mother. My sweet girl courageously battled...
This blog post is indicative of how all of us have had to pivot and find ways and reasons tocelebrate despite loss, grief, hardship, and yes, COVID-19. Check out Keah's blog postand contemplate on what you can celebrate despite your current challenges.Feel free to...
I am beginning to get better at honoring my inner voice. For so long, I did what I thought I was supposed to do instead of what I knew in my gut I needed to do. Today, I needed a mental health day. This year was my 46th birthday and I didn’t prioritize my self-care...