• 00:28

    Mommy +Noise- Boys- Toys-Girls- Curls & Whirls & Running a Business From Home.

    in Finance

    Many Mommies around the world desire the freedom to raise their kids themselves, but find financial needs drive them into the work world.  It's not that they do not have career aspirations, but many of us are very ready to set our priorities with family first and regret the financial demand to put a job first - a job that keeps us away from many firsts.  First steps, first allergy exposure, first smile, first crush.


    So, some of us take a leap of faith and figure out a way to make an income from home.  This is truly a difficult balancing act as the demands of home and children are truly a full-time, + overtime, zero paying job.  Even great business ideas with customers flowing are difficult to manage when phone calls have noisy backgrounds and repeated interruptions.


    This show is geared to helping you brave work-from-home moms, make the most effective use of your day; creating a balance between our determination to put the family first without giving up the income that can be yours from home - if you get some strategies under your belt to create an income stream despite the noise, boys, toys, girls, curls and whirls.  My guest Vikki Bojarski Spencer, runs a popular Mommy Blog, helping moms create phenomenal families.  She holds a Master's in Education and successfully helped her child overcome overcome OCD and Tourette's, she understands the fight against guilt to care for oneself amidst crisis and care giving.  Herself an entrepreneur, she and I will share our strategies for making being mommy and entrepreneur work, from home.


     

  • 00:44

    Natural Hair Talk with YouTube Sensation Mahogany Curls

    in Women

    Join us as we sit down and chat about how you can rock your natural hair with style with YouTube natural hair guru Jessica Lewis also know as Mahogany Curls.  We're talking all about the big chop, rocking your TWA and the Curly Girl Method which was created by Lorraine Massey.  


    So if you are thinking about rocking your natural locks and don't know where to begin or if you're a seasoned natural pro, this is one interview that I'm sure you'll want to listen to.  So grab your favorite beverage, find a comfy spot and enjoy the conversation!


    There are many ways to keep up with us:


    Blog - Cocktails and Conversation


    Twitter - CocktailsNConvo and Cocktail_Erika


    Instagram - Cocktail_Erika


    Facebook - Cocktails and Conversations

  • 00:28

    Confident Curls Wig Boutique with Vanessa McWilliams - Members Profile

    in Business

    Confident Curls is committed to supporting and educating women and children when choosing their new Wig or Hair Piece. We know all about the journey of hair loss, and can offer real support and understanding. Mobile service to your home, hospital room or wherever you feel most comfortable. Full privacy and no embarrassment.  We talk Vanessa McWilliams owner of Confident Curls.  Find out more at http://confidentcurls.ca


    Get your FREE Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE!

  • 00:35

    NEWDradio: Natural Girls: Love 'Em or Leave 'Em

    in Culture

    A global study done by Dove claims that only 10% of women feel proud of their curls.


    As a precursor to our International Keep it Kinky festivities on Saturday, February 21, we will interview Chetachi Egwu - representative of the Commerce of Natural Beauty panel in Fort Lauderdale.
     


    Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles will gab about trends, music, faith and much more for this half-hour show.

  • 01:29

    The Poetic Soul Artisty: Vol.#4 Nappy Roots, The Black Hair Dilemma

    in Entertainment

    What is African-American History? 


    Black History month grew out of Negro History Week, which was established in February 1926 by African-American historian Carter G. Woodson, who founded the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History. President Gerald Ford declared February to be "Black History Month" in 1974. African-American history was once viewed by many as vital to black liberation and power.


    Here we are 40 years and later and what does this month really mean?


    THE PANEL DISCUSS



    If her natural hair is treated is she sending a message of needing straight hair to be beautiful and professional?
    Can she view her curls as the crowning of a woman and a political statement to reclaim power?
    What message are we sending to the up coming generation with hair processing and wearing weaves? Are we saying this is what defines Beauty?

  • 00:46

    The Naked Truth: Do Guys Want Women Who Keep it Kinky?

    in Culture

    A global study done by Dove claims that only 10% of women feel proud of their curls. For years, women have been resorting to hair straighteners and chemicals to alter their natural curls and kinky textures to achieve that sleek, red carpet look. But how do their men feel?  We will talk to a panel of men who are privy to the new natural hair movement and the International Keep it Kinky Day on February 21. We'll get inside the heads of NY real estate agent Tony Harris, media executive Kori Raishon, chef and business owner Damian Perrin and hair stylist London Free to discuss their style, beauty and hair preferences in women.
     


    Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Crystal Dundas will gab about trends, music, faith and much more for this half-hour show.

  • 02:01

    HIP HOP THROWBACK MASSACRE

    in Hip Hop Music

    It's FRIDAYYYYYY!!! Time to sit back relax while you are at work or at home & remember the Golden Era of Hip Hop. I'm talking about the 80's & 90's y'all!!!


    Join me & my co-host Jasmine P. Rain for the Illest Old School Hip Hop show on the planet. We will have you bobbin' your head to all the CLASSICS.


    Come Rock with us as we take you on a journey & have you sweatin' them perms & jerhi curls out.

  • 02:03

    HIP HOP THROWBACK MASSACRE

    in Hip Hop Music

    It's FRIDAYYYYYY!!! Time to sit back relax while you are at work or at home & remember the Golden Era of Hip Hop. I'm talking about the 80's & 90's y'all!!!


    Join me & my co-host Jasmine P. Rain for the Illest Old School Hip Hop show on the planet. We will have you bobbin' your head to all the CLASSICS.


    Come Rock with us as we take you on a journey & have you sweatin' them perms & jerhi curls out.

  • 02:00

    HIP HOP THROWBACK MASSACRE

    in Hip Hop Music

    It's FRIDAYYYYYY!!! Time to sit back relax while you are at work or at home & remember the Golden Era of Hip Hop. I'm talking about the 80's & 90's y'all!!!


    Join me & my co-host Jasmine P. Rain for the Illest Old School Hip Hop show on the planet. We will have you bobbin' your head to all the CLASSICS.


    Come Rock with us as we take you on a journey & have you sweatin' them perms & jerhi curls out.

  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell Discusses The Controversy Heavy Resistance or Light Weight

    in Fitness

    The nauseating belief has been that to obtain larger and stronger muscles athletes should use heavier resistance. To achieve “toned” muscles and endurance, athletes should go with lighter resistance. Do your muscles grow better with heavier resistances as opposed to lighter resistances? What type of development do you obtain with different levels of resistances? I'm biting my tongue on this one. Regardless, what is your opinion?


    Light and heavy weights are relative terms determined by the number of repetitions you can complete in a given exercise and the weight’s relative percentage of one-rep maximum, or 1 RM. (The one-rep maximum is the maximum amount of weight you can lift in a single repetition of a given exercise.) If you can finish more than 12 repetitions with a given weight, the weight is considered light. This typically corresponds to about 50 percent of 1 RM. However, if you can complete fewer than eight repetitions -- corresponding to greater than 75 percent of 1 RM -- it is considered a heavy weight. Whether a weight is light or heavy is also determined by the exercise itself. For example, while a 15-pound dumbbell could be a light weight for biceps curls, the same weight would be considered heavy for lateral deltoid raises. You should get a doctor's approval before beginning any exercise regimen.

  • 02:03

    HIP HOP THROWBACK MASSACRE

    in Hip Hop Music

    It's FRIDAYYYYYY!!! Time to sit back relax while you are at work or at home & remember the Golden Era of Hip Hop. I'm talking about the 80's & 90's y'all!!!


    Join me & my co-host Jasmine P. Rain for the Illest Old School Hip Hop show on the planet. We will have you bobbin' your head to all the CLASSICS.


    Come Rock with us as we take you on a journey & have you sweatin' them perms & jerhi curls out.

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