It’s well known that there is a stigma attached to accessing mental health in the Black community. One way to combat this is through increasing awareness. In Episode 58, we get to talk to Dr.Brandon Gamble, the Dean at Oakwood University. Dr.Gamble, an educational psychologist, has worked to develop the leadership capacity of Black youth, specifically males, for decades. We talk about the value of developing safe spaces for youth to foster decision making.
Being an ally for LGBTQ+ Youth is something we need to talk about all year. Although I’ve been a school psychologist for two decades, I’m not an expert in serving the LGBTQ+ Youth community. So, I figured we should hear from someone who has done extensive work with our youth. I interviewed Cynthia “Cindy” L. Ficken, MFT, LPCC in Episode 57 of the Don’t Mix In Podcast.
Aging: We all have to deal with it. I’m reflecting on the concept of aging with sister in Episode 56 of the Don’t Mix In Podcast.
Working from home changed my style. I left my usual outfits and rediscovered one of my new favorite combinations – a cami, blazer, and jeans (or leggings).
“What are you?” is a question that I’ve been asked multiple times. In this episode of the Don’t Mix In Podcast my sister and I discuss our experiences being Afro-Latinas in Los Angeles.
This is the first time that I bought a swimsuit in years. Buying a swimsuit is always a project. I got tips for finding the right swimsuit!
Shopping for your shape online can be tricky. You need to find the right fit. I’m sharing tips on how to shop for shape and why I rebranded.
When you try a new brand you never know if you will like them. I recently checked out the Fashion Nova Curve line. These are the few styles that I am loving.
You can listen to this post on the Don’t Mix In Podcast When you like your outfit, working out isn’t as bad. But, you don’t want to drop a ton of money on gym clothes. I got some budget friendly outfits you can wear. After all—simply looking chic will make
There are so many shades of blue to love. The one that I’m into lately is Cobalt Blue. There are a few ways to wear this calm color.
It’s closet clean out time. The the perfect time to decide what to keep and donate. Here are the items that I’ve kept for years! And, I actually wear them.
I get questions regarding how I started a podcast and what I use to sustain it. Spoiler alert: it is pretty simple and inexpensive. I will tell you how…
Solid, high quality basics are like the building blocks of your wardrobe. I think that having great basics makes getting dressed soooo much easier. You can listen to this post on the Don’t Mix In Podcast It’s hard to get quality basics when you are on a budget for a
Even though thrifting takes time, there are ways to make sure your trip is efficient as possible. It’s been a about a year since I got into thrifting. I’ve learned a few things during that time!