New Target App Gives Cartwheel-Worthy Deals: More Than Just Coupons for Processed Food

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I'm really proud of myself that at the end of 2013, I had kept my New Year's resolution. I think I had success because I didn't give myself some long, … [Read more...]

Is Marriage Only For The Rich?

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No, it's not only for the rich. One might think so after reading this article in the Atlantic. Gone are the Cinderella days when a poor or working … [Read more...]

Oh. My. God. Study Shows Black Women More Likely to Get Bank Loans Because They are Viewed as “Industrious Single Moms.”

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When I first saw the headline of this press release, I was pleased and sort of proud... "African American Women Have Good Odds of Getting a Loan. … [Read more...]

Why You Hate Giving Help to Poor People (Even Though You Might Have Once Been Poor)

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Why are Americans so seemingly generous on an individual level, but those same Americans who will tithe to their local church lambaste calls to pay … [Read more...]

Interracial Romeo and Juliet Coming to Braodway!

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This is definitely getting interesting. Broadway is set to depict an interracial couple--Orlando Bloom and Condola Rshad--as "Romeo and … [Read more...]

DIY and Inexpensive Ways to Feminize Your Wardrobe

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We all have unique fashion styles, preferences, and shopping habits. This post is for women who want easy and inexpensive ways to makeover their … [Read more...]

Is Poverty in Our DNA? Recent Study Says Yes.

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  Poverty is the world's most common issue. And, though many of us have not experienced it personally, we are all aware that poverty exists … [Read more...]

Why You Should Care About the Term ‘Sequestration’

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First things first, the term "sequestration" has nothing to do with horses or the sport of horse riding. That would be "Equestrian." Second, if you do … [Read more...]

“The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter — And How to Make the Most of Them Now,” A Book Review

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Thirty is the new twenty. Forty is the new thirty. Oh girl, don't worry! Women are having kids well into their forties nowadays; you've got … [Read more...]

Money Crashers: Six Strategies for Becoming Debt Free

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  David Bakke dug himself out of over $30k in credit card debt he accumulated during his college years. He is now debt-free and shares his … [Read more...]

Daniel Patrick Moynihan Predicted the Future of the Black Family But Too Few People Actually Listened

The Negro Family: The Case for National Action, the 78-page report written by a then 38-year old Daniel Patrick 'Pat' Moynihan, an assistant secretary … [Read more...]