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Blend: The Modern Day Family

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October 9, 2016

Dear friends, It is truly an honor and privilege to finally be able to share the secrets to this beautiful journey of self love, conscious parenting and blending our family. This past week my son’s bonus mother, Alicia Keys released her single “Blended Family” an ode to our son and a universal message on the overall topic. I believe if women can set a positive tone in both households and build solid foundations while playing on the same team, there…

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Blend: The Modern Day Family

Blend: The Modern Day Family

October 6, 2016

Mashonda is currently working on her first published book “Blend: The Modern Day Family” Mashonda Tifrere changes the game for breaking the painful cycle of isolated and grieving adults, who struggle with building trusting and loving relationships with their co-parents. Tifrere offers up her personal story of growth as a blueprint for rebuilding her family. Tifrere’s perspective is a blueprint for parents who desire to successfully blend their families for the sake of the mental health, overall well-being, and prosperity…

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All That You Need To Know About Face Mapping

May 31, 2016

Picture Above via Sincerelyskin.ca While in most recent years, science has directed us to sophisticated studies and tools to determine the health levels of our organs, for centuries Eastern philosophies have relied on a simple method: face mapping. Face mapping uses the human face to observe the health conditions of our organs. By observing the luster, dullness and color of different parts of our face, we can see a direct reflection of our bodies organs. This philosophy suggests that recurring acne breakouts…

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The Power of Posture

April 14, 2016

“Those who walk around with their heads held high not only get the respect of others, they seem also to respect.- The Economist   Believe it or not, posture is one of those minute things that affect our relationships with ourselves. Yet, posture is seldom something that we give a lot of attention to. In the energy realm, posture is very important and should be taken rather seriously. Let me explain. Our posture directly communicates how we feel to our…

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5 of The Most Influential Women Throughout The Decades

March 31, 2016

As March comes to an end, we’d like to remember LifeStyleHer’s that have made an impact in our society through the decades. These women created their own paths by being unapologetically themselves. To this day, they still serve as an entree of inspiration. 1960’s – Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Perhaps one of America’s favorite First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis left her mark in a very special way.  Her first mission as the First Lady was to revitalize the White House into an American…

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Remembering The First Time I Met Aaliyah + Sweepstakes

March 23, 2016

I’ll never forget the first time I met Aaliyah. It was the year 1999 and I was at a recording studio with my then partner Swizz Beats. We were gearing up to work on her third and final self-titled studio album and Swizz and I had just finished producing “Gotta Man”. We had made the record while on a tour bus, brought it home and played it for Aaliyah that day. Aaliyah loved the track but she didn’t move fast enough. We…

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Why I Travel

March 6, 2016

Travel is one of Mashonda Tifrere’s favorite past times. As a woman with Caribbean roots, the sun and the beach is second nature. She’s visited over 25 beaches and over 30 countries across the globe and counting. I sat down with Mashonda to get to know a bit about what travel does for her heart and spirit. Read our short Q&A below. What is your first travel memory? My first travel memory was going to London with my family at the…

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Fanm Djamn: Celebrating Women Through Fashion

March 1, 2016

by Tadia Toussaint For many, fanm djamn are simply two words that translate from Haitian Kreyol meaning strong woman.  For fashion blogger Paola Mathé, it’s far more complex. Mathé, creator of Fanm Djamn headwraps drew inspiration from her Haitian culture, celebrating women everywhere by sharing her handmade head wraps. “I just want to show people, who are interested, the way I see colors in the world,” she recently wrote on her blog findingpaola.com. “I want to celebrate the beauty that…

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There’s More To Life Than Making Yourself Small To Make Other People Feel Comfortable

February 27, 2016

By Akosua Edwards Until you stop apologizing for what you want and own it, it can’t be yours. You’ll be letting someone else run your life. And while that can seem safe and comfortable, we both know there is more in life than pleasing other people. There’s more to life than making yourself small to make other people feel comfortable.  Iyanla Vanzant What do you desire? Is it a different job, a healthier relationship, a house on the beach, a trip…

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