TIRED of Being Broke: No Money, Mo Problems!

I get it. I’m a quasi-recent grad. I’m young. I “should” be broke. It’s expected. I devoted my first few years after graduation to service, and the non profit sector is so named for a reason. Got it. BUT I’m still broke. Still proportionately the same amount of broke.

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How To: Comic-con vs Carnival

We side-eye the traditions of other cultures and forget that essentially, we are all the same. We don our respective apparel, and forget that somewhere else, someone is preparing for a yearly shindig of their own. Mine is carnival.

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Boss Bae: Rickeya Pryor

What comes to mind when you think of custom printed invitations, hand-crafted memorabilia , and beautifully decorated venues? Well, after you read this, it should be a dedicated young black woman working steadfastly to make your moments exquisite! Celebrate Simply does just that!

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Lessons in Adulting: Imposter Syndrome

When you’re a baby, no one shames you for not speaking English. Or any language besides cooing and burbling. {Actually no one should shame anyone for not speaking English, but that’s neither here not there! Heck you, xenophobes!} So why is it that once you you pass through the invisible doorway to presumed adulthood, are we suddenly expected to know everything!

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Actor Bae: A Sip With Sexy

Quickly becoming a household name, this fresh and fine-faced young man poured from his heart and his cup. An evening with Issa Rae and Kofi Siriboe!

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Black Music Month!

This month will be a month-long list of songs and artists that mean something to me. Epitomizing black music and Black Music Month for Madam Rozé.

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