During the 75th Annual Golden Globes, Oprah Winfrey was awarded the Cecil B Demille Award, which honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the world of entertainment. As expected, her acceptance speech did not disappoint. She reminded us of a few important things, one being that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool you have. The other was a message for all the … Continue reading 15 Bold Oprah-Inspired Messages for Our Little Girls
By Dominique Mcgee “Whew, I haven’t talked to you all since last year! (Get it? LOL!)” Anyhoo, aside from my corny jokes I do have something very serious to discuss. Last week, I did something so fearless. This thing takes the courage of 20 warriors and 10 mighty lions! I did a Facebook Live! Okay, Okay I know you all love my humor because that … Continue reading 3 Ways to Conquer Fear
Wow, 2017 is already coming to a close. As it does, It is my hope that this year has been all you imagined and that you have been bolder than ever, more often than not. I want you to reflect on all those moments you felt fear, but you moved forward anyway. Celebrate those times you spoke up for yourself and got what you wanted. … Continue reading Merry Christmas Bolder Sisters
In my super shy girl days I often kept many of my thoughts to myself and did more observing than I actually did participating. It may have been my everyday normal way back when, but today I’ve found my voice and I use it as often as possible. It took some practice, and there are still tricks I have to use to remind me to … Continue reading Confidence Boosting Tricks Every Woman Should Try
By Dominique Mcgee I just can’t take this anymore. I am discouraged, hopeless and alone. I am less than a woman, what is there to live for? I’m dying anyway…….why me? This is what I told myself as I sat on my bathroom floor leaning against my toilet full of bile and blankly staring up at my ceiling at around 8 weeks pregnant with my … Continue reading The Pregnancy Disease: My HG Story
When I first started blogging I wrote for another blog. I was committed, I began with just one post, occasionally, then two posts every single week. I had a schedule and a routine in place. My family knew to give me those hours it took to finish those two writings. I was committed to that task and to that blog. It was my job and … Continue reading How Committed are You to You?
By Nannette Banks I want to be free able to fly at a moment’s notice without detection just take off in the breeze which helps to lift me higher if I trust relax and simply sore… I want to be free Free falling for endless moments knowing the bottom is nearing, yet, pulling up in time… let the knowledge of a bottom not hinder how … Continue reading Lift Off (Poem)