This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and I advise a woman who is trying to decide between two men.Details
Dating tips for women: Find out if how to overcome your insecurities when it comes to dating. Get dating tips from a top dating coach.
If you have a dating dilemma, expert matchmaker Suzanne Oshima is who you need in your corner. Suzanne is smart, caring, supportive, and never afraid to give tough advice when needed. It may seem as though there are many dating experts out there but Suzanne is in a league all her own. When it comes to love, dating, marriage, and relationships, Suzanne Oshima knows her stuff. I was proud to watch her shine when I was a speaker at her live Single in Stilettos events, and it is exciting to see all of the online offerings she has to serve the lovelorn. This ‘sacred bombshell’ is the real deal.’
By the way, that’s a flashback pic from a few years ago. It’s me with matchmaker and dating coach Suzanne Oshima at Single in Stilettos. I adore this woman — and this was a great conversation about love and self-esteem.Details
It was so much fun to talk about “The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love” with Paul Matadeen on Paul’s Pep Talk! Paul Matadeen currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia working as an associate producer for HLN’s Jane Velez-Mitchell show. Prior to joining JVM, Paul freelanced for HLN’s News Now show innovating, planning & executing social media videos reaching tens of thousands of viewers!Details
In case you missed it, this was so much fun! ‘How to Let Go of What’s Holding you Back & Shine!’
Watch my self-love Google Hangout with empowerment guru and inspirational speaker Sammy D.Details
Singer and super power Amel Larrieux and I talk about sacred feminine energy and personal power. In this video episode, Amel Larrieux joined me for an incredibly powerful self-love class…
Via Wikipedia: Amel was born and raised an only child in Greenwich Village. Her mother, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, is a dance critic, author, and college instructor. Larrieux was raised in a very artistic environment and was surrounded by talented and inspirational artists. Some of her classmates include: members of Boyz II Men, jazz bassist Christian McBride, jazz guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel, jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco, and The Roots member Questlove. Larrieux attended the senior prom with Questlove. Many of her influences are drawn from R&B, soul, jazz, folk, hip hop, and gospel with flashes of Middle Eastern, West African, and Indian ethnic styles. The Groove Theory star resides in New York with her husband, Laru, and daughters, Sanji Rei and Sky. Amel means “hope” in Arabic.
How to Face Your Fears and Step Up to Your Own Success! Sacred Dialogue with Kysha Brown Robinson (Video)
Talking success and self-love with an Empowerment Coach and healing lightworker in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center…
New video! BRILLIANT Success Coach Kysha Brown Robinson shares her lessons on How to Deal with Our Fears and Live Our Dreams. I ADORE this woman and what she came to share. Great video to watch if you’re feeling BLOCKED in any way.
(Side vanity note: Check out my even more chocolately summer “tan” in New Orleans! lol)Details
Life Lessons & Self-Love Road Trippin’ to Cape Cod’s Morrison Golf Classic in a Fiery Red Toyota Hybrid ! Benefits the Foundation for African Relief (Photo Diary)
Let’s go places! There are only 260 miles between New York City and Cape Cod, Massachusetts, but the fun adventure was a wonder-filled trip through universes. Whoo hoo!
Follow the hashtags #SelfLoveRoadTrip, #ToyotaGolfs, #MorrisonGolfClassic, #SacredAndTheCity, and #ActivateYourLife for the good stuff…Details
Sacred Bombshell Blogger Claire Sulmers of Fashion Bomb Daily Shares Her Powerful Self-Worth Secrets (VIDEO)
New four-minute Video Inspiration Burst! Claire Sulmers of Fashion Bomb Daily Shares Success Secrets with me — your Empowerment Coach
Claire shares how she shines from within, how she uses the law of attraction combined with a vision, and how she makes her dreams come true. Claire is a self-made woman, a Harvard-educated diva, and a woman who believes in herself.
(Selfie features Zuyapa Jackson, Claire, and me.)
Powerful lessons within.Details
Our super blogger Coye LeRocke takes on Violet Sanctuary. Violet Sanctuary is a holistic oasis owned by Tia Johnson, who we’re going to be hearing a lot from around here. Tia and I will be leading a series of healing and empowerment retreats together. The first will be a Sacred Business Empowerment Event for heart-centered entrepreneurs at the University of Pennsylvania in the fall. You can also join us for a book signing at Sisters Uptown Bookstore on September 21, 2014.
Spiritual entrepreneur and healer Tia Johnson is the author of “To Be Goddess: Every Woman is a Goddess – Discover Your Domain in Which You Reign Supreme.” Tia focuses on coaching and promoting inner and outer spiritual growth. Having excelled in business administration at LaSalle University, Tia’s mission is to help people live the live they’re meant to live.Details
Who is your favorite super hero?
Mine is Wonder Woman, all day long. Hence the bangles, probably. You can’t get more Sacred Bombshell than Wonder Woman. Storm is also a KAW, Kick Ass Woman.
I could also totally run away with Batman or Spiderman if the Zombie Apocalypse was upon us. And Wolverine? Le sigh.
But what if your favorite superhero was you?Details
Retreats are a way to recharge, find healing, and gain the tools to really step into your self and your life.
Here’s what The Good Retreat Guide has to say on the matter:
“Men and women have always needed at times to withdraw temporarily from daily living in order to nourish their inner life of the spirit. Moses retreated to Mount Sinai. Jesus went into the desert. Buddhists annually make a retreat. Moslems go for a day of prayer and fasting within the mosque. The Hindu withdraws to the temple or wanders alone across the land. Native Americans journey to the spirit world. In our ordinary lives, the kitchen or the shed at the bottom of the garden may be where we go to retreat from the world.”Details
The unique shape of kettlebells provides the “unstable force” for handling. This is key for the effectiveness of the kettlebell exercises.Unlike traditional dumbbells, the kettlebell’s center of mass is extended beyond the hand, similar to Indian clubs or ishi sashi. This facilitates ballistic and swinging movements. Variants of the kettlebell include bags filled with sand, water, or steel shot. The kettlebell allows for swing movements and release moves with added safety and added grip, wrist, arm and core strengthening.
Kettlebells were developed in Russia in the 1700s to weigh crops. The farmers became stronger and found the kettlebells useful for showing off their strength during festivals. Then the Soviet army used them as part of their physical training and conditioning programs. Though kettlebells had been in the United States in some form since the 1960s or earlier, Dragon Door Publications and Pavel Tsatsouline developed the first instructor certification program back in 2001. — via WikipediaDetails
Prayer beads are used by members of various religious traditions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism and the Bahá’í Faith to mark the repetitions of prayers, chants or devotions, such as the rosary of Virgin Mary in Christianity, and dhikr (remembrance of God) in Islam.
Since the beads are fingered in an automatic manner, they allow the user to keep track of how many prayers have been said with a minimal amount of conscious effort, which in turn allows greater attention to be paid to the prayers themselves. — via WikipediaDetails