If you’re already a member of Blogging with DE, you know today is #PinterestWednesday. In highlight of today’s theme in our new facebook group, check out of our new DE Directory Pinterest Board! Check it Out DE Directory is a great way for artists, entrepreneurs, bloggers and business owners to promote and advertise online. Not… Continue reading DE Directory Pinterest Board
A Newsletter For Women Who’d Rather Stay In Tonight. 🛀 Girls’ Night In provides the best self-care tips and recommendations for your night in, delivered straight to your inbox every Friday AM. Join 100,000+ women who love this cozy corner of the internet. Image Provided by Girls’ Night In Our mission at Girls’ Night In… Continue reading Fun Day Friday with Girls’ Night In Club
Everyday in our newest Facebook Group, Blogging with DE, we host a specific theme thread for our readers, members and subscribers to take part in for more blog engagement or views daily. We have found by doing these threads daily, it keeps everyone informed on not only what is going on with each other’s blogs but… Continue reading Blogging with DE – Blog Post Monday
The seventeenth day of #The100DayProject from Delux Designs (DE) consists of a new #DEMusicBlock courtesy of our affiliate partner Storenvy! Check out what artwork is now available with our new collection for day 17 of this year’s art challenge below: Mixed Media Illustration by @K_DougDE For our newest illustration added to our #DEMusicBlock collection I went with a 8×8 inch sized block… Continue reading #The100DayProject – Day 17
Photography provided by Giphy The fifth day of #DEBlackHistory topic is faith in which we are paying homage to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. King was a minister who became one of the biggest civil rights activists to play one of the biggest roles in ending the segregation of African Americans… Continue reading #DEBlackHistory – Black Faith
Photography provided by PAVE UW-Madison I have been itching to touch on this subject for some time now. Lately, I have noticed so many different mental health awareness events and websites and that sort of thing increase online and offline which is amazing overall for more awareness on this subject, but I also noticed that… Continue reading #DEMentalHealthMondays – Black Men Your Mental Health Matters Too
Photography provided by Giphy The Sinner touches a lot on Mental Health with a suspenseful and drama approach. Starring Jessica Biel, The Sinner is about a young woman who is a wife and mother, struggling to cope with PTSD and severe depression. Her disorders came from a childhood of traumatic experiences. This is a really… Continue reading DeluxEdition – The Sinner
We are now a Global Citizen Activist! Global Citizens is a social action platform where you’re able to learn about issues, take action on what matters most and join a community committed to social change. Since 2012, millions of Global Citizens around the world have taken over ten million actions to solve the biggest challenges.… Continue reading Global Citizen Activist
Thank you to everyone who stopped by the DE table last night at the annual Community Fall Festival in Rock Hill, South Carolina! We had a great time & enjoyed seeing everyone in their costumes trick or treating! Check out some of the photos provided by KD (@K_DougDE) from the festival below! Thanks again everyone!… Continue reading Pop Up Shop – Thank You!
Photography Provided By: The Big DM Since today is #WCW (aka Women Crush Wednesday) , I decided to highlight the 2017 Women’s Empowerment Conference of South Carolina that I was fortunate enough to attend this year in Columbia, South Carolina. Hosted by The Big DM and The City of Columbia, this annual event was put… Continue reading Women’s Empowerment of South Carolina 2017
We are back again for another Pop Up Shop of the year! This may or may not be our last one for the year depending on how events are being scheduled for the remainder of the 2017 season so don’t miss it! Tuesday, October 31, 2017, we will be set up at the Kenneth Monroe… Continue reading Pop Up Shop!
Photography Provided By Death To Stock According to the Center for Disease Control & Prevention, depression is the leading cause of disease and injury for women and men worldwide. Now when we typically think about being injured or being sick, depression almost never comes to mind at all. I guess with so many different stereotypes… Continue reading #MentalHealthMondays – Depression
Every month I focus on one goal for myself personally. Whether it be organizing my space better, or eating better. Something, personally, is always worked on during each month of the year. For September, I want to focus on something that was brought to my attention from Blkcreatives: Thinking For Yourself. With social media being… Continue reading Thinking For Yourself
Growing up in the South (the southern part of the Carolina’s specifically), I know all too well how strongly your faith and religion can play a part in pretty much everything that you do. From what you wear, to how you handle situations throughout life, your religion may be the only go to some will… Continue reading Is Your Faith Really Helping Your Mental Health?