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HOW to Quit Your “Good” Job (Part 2)

Posted by #SweetCandorTV Staff - August 9, 2016
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WHY I QUIT MY “GOOD” JOB.

Posted by #SweetCandorTV Staff - June 28, 2016
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6 Spring Cleaning Tips to Ditch the Clutter

Posted by Courtneii Ciara - April 28, 2016
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Spring Forward! Your DST Survival Guide

Posted by Courtneii Ciara - March 12, 2016
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Mastering the Morning Routine

Posted by Keriki Purkiss - February 1, 2016
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The Struggles of a Black Girl in Media

Posted by - March 7, 2017

Being accepted: I grew up in the suburbs. Pretty chill life. I wanted for nothing. I had friends of all races and backgrounds but, its no secret that we HAVE to know how to flip that “switch” on and off. You know, the “switch” that changes your speech, your interests, your hobbies. When we step

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Using Burlesque to Improve Body Confidence & Self Esteem

Posted by - February 20, 2017

There is a quote from a  famous Burlesque performer Gyspy Rose Lee ” If a thing is worth doing, Its worth doing slowly, very slowly.” Burlesque provides the fine line of performance art and titillating sexuality. Today, burlesque is nothing short of an art form. Performers both male and female combine the most explosive aspects

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You May Not Be Ready, But Do It Anyways: Go Forth & Grow

Posted by - November 1, 2016

    So as I’m writing this, the newest iPhone update has been released and utilized by the masses for over a month now. I, on the other hand, have yet to commit to a decision that will change my phone into something unfamiliar even though the outcome would include me growing to accept and

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Girl Talk With Juliet Hall

Posted by - October 19, 2016

Our Atlanta Correspondent MiAsia Symone has a very inspiring girl talk with community advocate, speaker, and soon-to-be author Juliet Hall. We have always been big on the empowerment of women in every aspect. Ms. Juliet Hall is the epitome of a strong, black, intelligent woman. She has held many leadership positions in Operations, Marketing and

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SOS Presented By Project We Care [VIDEO RECAP]

Posted by - September 27, 2016

The founders of Project We Care host a phenomenal event titled SOS (Sharing Our Strength) which focuses on empowering  young men ages 12-18. Project We Care, Incorporated, is a 501(c)(3) Registered Non-Profit Organization centered in Atlanta, Georgia. Their mission is to educate, encourage and support others. They seek to be the change that we would

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#BlackWomanDidThat: The American Dream

Posted by - August 25, 2016

#SweetCandorTV had the opportunity to sit down with mother, entrepreneur, and business owner Awa Diop to discuss her new Original Shea Butter House opening in the Atlanta suburb, Sandy Springs. Awa, is originally from Senegal, Africa. She moved to the United States 13 years ago in hopes to have the “American Dream”. While Awa is

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HOW to Quit Your “Good” Job (Part 2)

Posted by - August 9, 2016

In my initial (Part 1) article on why I quit my “good” “job”, I gave you all a very intimate look into myself and why I decided to leave a comfortable life to pursue one my truest passions – to travel the world and share my experiences. Since the publication of that article, I have gotten tons of

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WHY I QUIT MY “GOOD” JOB.

Posted by - June 28, 2016

I did it. I quit my “good” job . You know, that pseudo lucrative job that everyone tells you you’re so lucky to have? Large “Fortune Top 50” company, amazing benefits, immeasurable work-life balance, an abundance of opportunity to grow and develop. All dat. I was unhappy. As much as I chanted affirmations and prayers on being

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7 Quick & Easy Ways to Reset Your Wellness

Posted by - May 19, 2016

I don’t have to tell you how relentless life can be. Commitments here, worries there…nonstop stimulus and constant demands can wear your mind and body down and make it hard to do the things you need and want to.     Everyone deserves a break and you don’t need a ton of time or money

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