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Submit to your husband, Sis

So is it the word, or the idea of yielding power to another person what seems to get our panties in a wad? I mean we have no problem submitting... Read More

Misconceptions Of The “S” Word

This right here is something that we have a hard time talking about. For some women, as soon as the topic is brought up, we shut down. I mean, think... Read More

What We Get Wrong About Submission: Who is marriage really for?

A few weeks back, a small viral firestorm was raised around a blog by Seth Adam Smith called “Marriage Isn’t For Me.” If you didn’t see it on your Facebook... Read More

How Falling To My Knees Has Served Me Well In My Marriage- A Blog About Submission

Falling to my knees has never felt like a position of weakness...Many nights I fall on my knees to pray, I've started every race for over 20 years on my... Read More

I Don’t Listen and I Talk Back – A Blog About Submission

Who wears the pants? Years ago, when Dre and I were just dating I asked him “Babe, do I try to wear the pants in this relationship?” to which he... Read More

#BossMommies at the ElevateHer Crawl

The opportunity to see a room full of passionate, hard-working, and business savvy black women cannot be described in words. As you know, we believe that it takes a Nation... Read More

SAY MY NAME, SAY MY NAME (or not)

MOMMI, MOMMI, MOMMI the name we will hear forever until we depart this earth, but OMG can’t our children understand how to use it sparingly?!?  Now don’t get me wrong,... Read More

Confession of a First Time Mommi: Baby Blues

I’m A Mommi Looking back at an old Facebook post that I made prior to giving birth now makes me laugh hysterically and even cringe a bit. See, I’m coming... Read More

5 Reasons We Chose to Home School Our SIX Children

The first week of homeschooling our children, I was miserable, the kids were miserable and I wanted nothing more than to send them back to the “professionals” while I crawled... Read More

ElevateHer 2019

Black Women our Power is our Influence If you attended the XoNecole ElevateHer Crawl then I am almost certain you’re still full from the inspiring experience! There is nothing like... Read More

My Top Two Financial Tips

There are many money lessons I’ve learned along this journey. Out of the many lessons, there are two tips that not only help me to be more financially responsible, but... Read More

If You Could Prevent Cancer….Would You?

Recently, I joined the Board of Directors for the American Cancer Society in Indiana. Admittedly, I did not know as much about cancer compared to many of those who had worked... Read More

The end of the road for our homeschool journey

  You won’t find a bigger advocate for homeschool than me. I mean, I have dedicated the last six years of my life homeschooling six children. Some days were harder... Read More

My Battle with Depression

Then again, if I look a little closer, maybe I look exactly like what depression looks like. In my mind, depression looks like sadness, lethargy, malaise. In my head, depression... Read More

Staying Active in Your Child’s Education

The summer is ending and reality is beginning to set in for students that they will be off to school again. The majority of the students that I have spoken... Read More

Get Bae•cation Ready: How To Plan A Kid-Free Getaway

Are you ready for a getaway? A kid-free getaway? Would you like to know how to travel without your kids and soak up some much needed baecay time?... Read More

Don’t Worry it’s Just Hair…

No need to fear!! Post partum hair loss, formally known as telogen effluvium, is quite common. Your hair is likely to achieve luscious growth while you are pregnant. This is... Read More

Monogamy is Unnatural

“Till death do us part, forsaking all others” those are included in most vows or some close variation to that. And that is great and should be followed but the... Read More