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Be True to Yourself

Be True to Yourself

Some of you may have noticed that there has been a lack in the updates to Mind of a Diva, and there’s a good explanation for that. This site has always been about being true to yourself and discovering the beauty that you possess. Over the years I’ve discovered many things with you, but I […]

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Spreading Yourself Too Thin

Spreading Yourself Too Thin

When I was growing up as a child I was always taught that as a woman we are suppose to be polite, courteous, nurturing, and sophisticated at all times.  I have come to wonder why women are brought up so differently than men.  That man they are taught to be secure, confident, aggressive, and unruly […]

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The Urban Myth of Positivism

The Urban Myth of Positivism

Yesterday was a rough day. Why? One word – overwhelming. Everything came crashing down at once and, as always, it was totally unexpected. Many have days like this, where they are barely hanging onto hope, promises and faith. By a string they don’t lose their cool and with strength they keep going through the day. […]

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What’s Your Story?

What’s Your Story?

A few months ago a woman at my church shared her story about how she found the strength to move on after her divorce. She told us that she was married for five years and within the last year and a half she felt a divide between her and her husband. One day he asked her to […]

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Beauty Has No Face

Beauty Has No Face

In a society where we place a shape, color, size, and name to beauty it has distorted the self-esteem of many women in the world. As I become more of an ambassador for my own personal beauty I realize beauty does not have a specific appearance. Beauty has to be defined on our own terms […]

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Standing Out With a Knockout Thank You Note

Standing Out With a Knockout Thank You Note

Whatever kind of job you are seeking, sending a polite and well-written thank you note after your interview will ensure that you stand out from the other candidates you’re up against. You don’t want to fall short of other candidates who send follow-up notes and you don’t want to miss out on your chance to […]

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The Lies We Tell Ourselves

The Lies We Tell Ourselves

Do you notice when you tell yourself a lie? It’s happens when a little voice inside says “you can’t do that,” or  “do you really think that’s in your future?” That when all your doubts and fears begin so set and before you know it you’ve talked yourself out of doing what you desire to do. So […]

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Rising in Your Queendom

Rising in Your Queendom

As I grow more into the woman I always wanted to become I realize that being a woman is such a powerful concept. I truly believe we sometimes condense our power to make others feel more adequate but in essence, we are hurting ourselves. When we do not live up to our full potential we […]

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Living Single

Living Single

I have been single for a few years.  I am actually cool with it! The last serious relationship that I was in was about 2 years ago.  He wanted too much too soon. I, well, was not ready for what he wanted so quickly. Fast forward to living single.  The best part of being single […]

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Don’t Let Imposter Syndrome Hold You Back

Don’t Let Imposter Syndrome Hold You Back

Climbing the corporate ladder is no easy feat, but many women often find themselves second-guessing the accolades they receive in the workplace. They will credit luck or timing rather than their innate ability when they complete big projects. These same women say they feel like phonies or that they are misleading co-workers. Downplaying accomplishments because […]

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